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Securboration awarded Air Force Reserve Command Semantic Enterprise Architecture Development

Securboration was awarded a follow-on contract to continue development of the Semantic Enterprise Architecture (EA) for the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) at Robins AFB, Warner Robins, GA. The semantic EA utilizes an architecturally driven approach to manage AFRC’s current command systems IT portfolio with the objective of transforming current stovepipe IT systems to a loosely coupled, standards based, Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). This award is a continuation of the existing 5 year IDIQ contract with the Air Force Research Lab in Rome, NY.

Air Force awards Securboration Phase 2 for SOAMS

The Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) has awarded Securboration a Phase II $750,000 contract to further develop the Semantic Ontology-Assisted Matching System (SOAMS) to facilitate interoperability in net-centric operations. SOAMS will minimize a significant current roadblock to interoperability – namely a lack of semantic understanding of the types of information that need to be exchanged among systems in a net-centric environment. SOAMS uses Securboration’s Semantic Grounding Mechanism to provide a common understanding of a systems capabilities and data requirements that is based on semantics instead of rigid syntax. This enables automated, intelligent comparison and alignment of data exchanged among systems. The results of this research will reduce the manual effort and time required for disparate systems to interoperate and help DoD move closer to achieving the ultimate net-centric vision.

Air Force Awards Securboration Contract to Develop Virtual Hybrid Architecture System!

The Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) has awarded Securboration a $750,000 contract to develop a Virtual Hybrid Architecture System (VHACS) for the Air Force Electronic Systems Command (ESC). VHACS enables algorithms to be discovered and composed dynamically to meet changing conditions of the operational environment, where constraints must be rapidly aligned with algorithm capabilities. This holistic approach to composing advanced algorithms and models allows them to be leveraged to a much greater degree during the decision making process.

Securboration Wins Contract to Develop Enterprise Semantic Content, Services, and Tools for USTRANSCOM and AFRL!

The U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) and Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) have combined to award Securboration a $1M contract to develop semantic representations of USTRANSCOM’s enterprise. As part of this effort Securboration will develop a layer of services that provide access to, and search of, the enterprise semantic content. The semantic services and content will be used by USTRANSCOM requirements analysts and enterprise architects as part of their corporate governance process. This contact is an enhancement of Securboration’s Small Business Innovative Research contract Ontology Generation and Evolution Processor (OGEP).

EBANI Moves into Phase II Contract

The Air Force Research Labratories recently awarded Securboration, Inc. with a Phase II research and development contract for the EBANI (Effects-Based Approach to Neutralizing IED’s) project.

For more information on EBANI, continue reading below…

As demonstrated in Iraq and Afghanistan, Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s) have proven to be the insurgency’s most effective method to counter US military superiority. EBANI addresses the challenges associated with defeating the terrorist and insurgent network behind IED attacks. The successful Phase I evolution demonstrated that EBANI’s inclusion of cultural, motivational, historical, political, and economical root causes within a formalized computational model can be used to understand how to gain local support and leverage it to disrupt insurgent networks and capabilities. While EBANI focuses on the IED threat, IED’s are basically a tool that terrorists using to acheive their goals. The effects-based techniques used in EBANI are also applicable to countering the terrorist’s next, currently unforeseen, weapon.

Securboration Wins Contract to Deploy SOA Solution for AFRL and AFRC!

The U.S. Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) and Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) have combined to award Securboration a $1M contract to develop and apply Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions to provide enterprise level visibility into the performance of AFRC Command Priorities. This contract is an enhancement to Securboration’s $750,000 Small Business Innovative Research contract to develop enterprise wide semantic interoperability solutions for both Government and commercial organizations.

Securboration Wins Phase II Policy Broker Contract

Securboration was awarded a follow on contract from the Air Force Research Lab to further develop and enhance their Phase I work on a Semantics-based policy broker.

Securboration awarded follow on to Tactical Assessment Tool Contract

Securboration has just been awarded a Phase II contract from the Air Force Research Lab Human Effectiveness Division to further develop and enhance their Phase I work on an Effects-based Tactical Assessments tool.

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