Science Applications International Corp. has unveiled a training platform for SAIC professionals to analyze customers’ training needs and challenges as well as design, implement and assess training systems.
SAIC said Monday the company will demonstrate its Integrated Training Edge platform during the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference in Orlando, Florida, that kicked off Nov. 28 and will conclude Dec. 1.
Josh Jackson, senior vice president and general manager of SAIC’s training and simulation service line, said SITE is designed to help the company identify and customize training procedures for individual and collective readiness.
Bob Kleinhample, SAIC vice president of simulation and training systems, said cloud technology helps the company to deliver on-demand training services to customers.
The SITE ecosystem consists of augmented reality, gaming technology, micro-facial expression monitoring and a training framework tailored to learners’ needs, SAIC said.
SAIC’s booth at the conference also includes demonstrations of SITE’s support for cyber intel training as well as programs to facilitate high-end training on low-end devices through the company’s cloud network.