Securboration, Inc.

Projects

The following projects are representative applications of Securboration’s area of expertise and experience. We have been creating innovative software solutions using semantic modeling, Effects-based Approach to Operations, net-centric operations, service oriented architecture, community of exchange, and advanced artificial intelligence techniques, such as Bayesian-based probabilistic reasoning.

Adaptive Data Immersion ENvironment (ADIEN)

ADIEN combines machine learning, text analytics, and semantic search to not only learn and evolve preferences based on individual usage patterns, but also to identify related data relevant to what the analyst is working on and to proactively and seamlessly insert them into the analyst’s workspace. Read More…

Cultural Awareness Trainer for Operational-level Planners (CATOP)

Securboration is teamed with Dr Eugene Santos to develop a socio-cultural training environment for the Air Operations Center focusing on socio-cultural considerations during the Joint Air Estimate Process (JAEP).  Read More…

Command and Control Ontology-based Semantic Interoperability Framework (C2OSIF)

C2OSIF uses semantic integration and reasoning to address collaboration problems within the AOC. Read More…

Dynamic Air and Space Effects-based Assessment (DASEA)

Through its Next Generation Assessment Environment (XGEN), Securboration is using ontological-based modeling and inferencing to evaluate Effects Based Operations, in particular Political, Military, Economic, Social, Infrastructure, and Information (PMESII) effects. Read More…

Fused Intent System (FIS)

Securboration is teaming with Dr. Eugene Santos from Dartmouth College to develop FIS. Read More…

Joint Deployment Planning Initiative – Community of Exchange User System (JDPI COEUS)

This Warfighter Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Platform, directly addresses two pressing military issues: 1) improved joint force management, and 2) affordable capabilities. Read More…

MPICE Analytical Stability Model (MASM)

The US Government is developing a metrics tool though the Monitoring Progress in Conflict Environments (MPICE) project. Read More…

Ontology Generation and Evolution Processor (OGEP)

Securboration, working closely with Dartmouth College (Drs. Eugene Santos Jr. and George Cybenko) and George Mason University (Drs. Alex Levis and Abbas K Zaidi) has created a uniquely qualified team to develop an innovative approach called Ontology Generation and Evolution Processor (OGEP) that directly attacks the main barrier which prevents the self-learning of ontologies: the ability to understand the meaning of artifacts and the relationships the artifacts have to the domain space. Read More…

Objective Political Will Mapping System (OPWIMS)

Securboration, Inc. teaming with Dr. Peter Brecke from the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Dr. Eugene Santos from Dartmouth College created the Objective Political Will Mapping System (OPWIMS). Read More…

Policy-based Recovery on Virtualized Enterprise Networks (PROVEN)

Securboration is working closely with Rothstein & Associates to develop the next generation policy-based recovery and relocation of processes required to support the Air Force. Read More…

Semantic Policy Broker (SemPBro)

Semantic integration technologies are quickly creating an environment where both structured and unstructured data, once isolated in distributed silos and differing formats, can now be integrated to provide a more comprehensive picture of activities within the virtual enterprise. Read More…

Tactical Assessment Tools for Effects-based Assessment (TATE)

Securboration, working closely with cognitive scientist Dr. Chris Hale from Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), prototyped the “Tactical Assessment Tools for EBA” (TATE), an innovative approach that combines assessment tools, universal net-centric data access, and structured, formalized processes. Read More…

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