The US Air Force will leverage Dynepic’s MOTAR platform to streamline Air Traffic Control technical training and further expand its instructor support capability.
The US Air Force has awarded Dynepic, Inc. a Phase II SBIR contract to further evolve the company’s proven DX platform and enable enhanced instructor support capabilities. The secure platform, white-labeled as MOTAR to the USAF, brings together disparate learning resources and provides an XR-optimized training creation, distribution, and management system for Air Education and Training Command (AETC) instructors.
"We're very excited to add further learning management system and dashboard capabilities to MOTAR, enabling instructors to track the effectiveness and efficiency of their courses and student’s progress from anywhere on the globe,” said Krissa Watry, CEO of Dynepic, Inc. “Not only will this solve current USAF instructor frustrations and save time but it also provides a bridge to enable legacy training programs to utilize AI, Virtual Instructors and XR in their courses.”
Currently, training content for these courses is scattered throughout multiple storage directories, and scheduling is done in varied spreadsheets and sometimes just on paper. There’s also no easy way to track or report course metrics, resulting in an inefficient, error-prone, and frustrating experience for everyone involved. Dynepic’s MOTAR will solve these issues, and allow for legacy training programs to modernize with XR training options.
Over the next few months, Dynepic will further expand MOTAR to build the Instructor Support System (ISS) capability and demonstrate how it supports preparation and execution of the existing USAF Air Traffic Controller training courses with all current training content. The new system will initially be used by the 334th Training Squadron at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS, to provide initial training for future Air Traffic Controllers and the 137th Special Operations Group/Formal Training Unit in Oklahoma City. The 137th SOG/FTU’s instructors will test MOTAR's capabilities during its MC-12 Liberty Manned Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Pilot and Combat Systems Operator formal flight training courses.
About Dynepic, Inc.
Launched in 2014, Dynepic, Inc. is a woman- and service-disabled veteran founded tech company based out of Reno, Nevada. Dynepic’s DX Platform is secure, device- and software- agnostic infrastructure with open API’s, LMS/LRS, and a central training hub to build an open ecosystem for XR to power the future of multi-dimensional knowledge for a better tomorrow. www.dynepic.com