The final briefing/hotwash for JIFX 14-4 will be held from 0900-1100 on the MV Orlando
The morning brief in Alameda will be at 0830 in the MV Orlando
Online Evaluation Forms - Complete and submit online
After Action Reports - Please complete 1 per experiment and return to email@example.com
Wednesday, 13 August: Morning Experimentation Block
D-01: High Power Radio Frequency Directed Energy (HPRFDE) – NAWCWD China
A-05: Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Controlled Through Open-Source,
Cloud “Software as a Service” (SAAS) Architecture, Equipped with Configurable
Multispectral Imagery Sensors (MSI) – Spectrabotics, LLC
B-04: Agile Experimentation for Assessing Open-Source UAV Technologies – Naval Postgraduate School
Wednesday, 13 August: Afternoon Experimentation Block
A-02: Meteorological Impacts on Operations and UAV Atmospheric Sampling – Naval Postgraduate School
B-10 Humanitarian Emergency Response Operations (HERO) Virtual Logistics Tactical Operations Center (VLOGTOC) – Strategic Mobility 21
O-01: Expanding Knowledge of Complex, Multi-Sector Informing Systems: A Case Study of JIFX/TNT – University of South Florida
B-15: Advanced Two-Way Acoustic Communicator (“ATAC”) – Sonitus Technologies
Closeout meeting at 1700 in briefing trailer.
1200 - Briefing Trailer - Next-Generation Operational Command and Control Dashboard
1300 - Briefing Trailer - High Power Radio Frequency Directed Energy (HPRFDE)
1700 - Briefing Trailer - Daily Closeout Brief
The morning brief will be at 0800 in the Briefing Trailer. At least one representative from each experiment team needs to be present.
Scheduled Experiments for Today:
B-05: ACES Operating Environment at the Tactical Edge – Naval Postgraduate School
B-15: Advanced Two-Way Acoustic Communicator (“ATAC”) – Sonitus Technologies Inc.
G-01: Active Cooling System for Warfighter – CUBE Technology, Inc.
A-04: Comprehensive, Multi-Lingual Social Media Collection and Analysis – Babel Street
A-07: Social Media Derived Analytics for Situational Awareness – Georgia Tech Research Institute
C-02: Social Network Analysis in Mobile Networks During Disasters – Range Networks & Carnegie-Mellon University
B-11: Socio-Technical Information Operations and Hastily Formed Netowrks in Austere Environments – Naval Postgraduate School.
D-01: High Power Radio Frequency Directed Energy (HPRFDE) – NAWCWD China Lake
B-03: Long Range Communications Initiative (LUCI) w/Adaptive Reliable Video Service (ARVIS) – General Dynamics Advanced information System (GDAIS)
B-06: Base Station Mesh Networks for Secure Communication and Tracking – Parallel Wireless, Inc.
B-12: Secure, Interoperable Communications Management System – Aerospace Corporation
B-13: Maturation of Cursor on Target (CoT) Interface within the Tactical Airspace Integration System (TAIS) – US Army Aviation Missile Research, Development & Engineering Command (AMRDEC)
C-01: Beyond Line of Sight TACSAT on the Move via L-band Satellite – TrustComm, Inc.W W W . N P S . E D U / F X
C-03: Virtualization of Cellular Base Stations for Capacity Enhancement – Range Networks, LLC
G-02: Scalable Force Protection (PEPIR/DIABLO) – Raytheon Digital Force Technologies
B-02: D2 Next Generation Operational Command and Control Dashboard – Power Ten Inc