The showcase will include ecosystem vendors, demos, 1:1 learning sessions, and expert panel
SALT LAKE CITY, UT --- Dynepic, Inc. is excited to be a part of the first-ever ‘MOTAR Zone’ at this year’s Logistics Officer Association (LOA) Symposium March 15-18, giving attendees an exclusive opportunity to experience the most powerful, immersive training and learning technologies on the planet and learn how MOTAR is reducing the logistical strain on the Air Force and supporting agencies.
“We’re stoked to join LOA this year and spotlight some of the incredible vendors that power MOTAR’s rich ecosystem of 3rd-party technologies and training tools,” said Dynepic Co-Founder and CEO, Krissa Watry. “LOA is the place to be this year for anyone committed to solving challenges for and empowering those in the defense industry.”
Dynepic’s first year at LOA is especially exciting because, together with Air Education and Training Command (AETC)/A9 Detachment 23, Dynepic has been named as this year’s recipient of the Maj Gen Marcelite Harris’s Trailblazer Award which honors industry-leading businesses that have developed innovative solutions to benefit the US Air Force.
“In true Dynepic fashion, we’re going big for our first time at LOA, and we are so excited to lead the MOTAR Zone with our USAF partners at AETC/A9 Det 23,” shared Dynepic’s Vice President of Partnerships and Growth, Christina Padron. “Dynepic has and continues to work closely with the Air Force to realize efficiencies and ensure that the best training innovations are available to Airmen at the speed of need.”
Dynepic’s MOTAR was born from a passion for leveraging immersive technology to improve training readiness for US Air Force aircrews and warfighters. White-labeled for USAF as MOTAR (Member-Operations-Training-Analytics-Reports), the innovative platform is a cloud-native, secure digital infrastructure that integrates, delivers, and reports on third-party training content, enabling various AR/VR/XR, AI, video, and other training applications to be seamlessly connected into courses and delivered from a single platform. In 2021, MOTAR was deemed a requirement for USAF and is on track to become an official USAF Program of Record.
The ‘MOTAR Zone’ will be a first of its kind at LOA. Spearheaded by Jondavid DuVall, COO of LOA, the Zone will allow attendees to physically experience a digital ecosystem for training and operations. Attendees will see firsthand how the MOTAR ecosystem has been forged to support the warfighter, increase access to training, and improve readiness.
“Building the MOTAR Zone into this year’s LOA Symposium was a no-brainer,” DuVall shared. “What Dynepic has done to help the US Air Force and other agencies reduce churn and increase success in training is unmatched. We think everyone should be using MOTAR!”
For those attending:
- Dynepic’s elite team will be onsite all week at Booth 425 - from potential new ecosystem vendors to USAF units, a Dynepic team member will be available to support your needs! To schedule an in-person 1:1 with someone from Dynepic and receive a deep dive on MOTAR’s secure infrastructure, Hub, and Learning Content Management System, please email email@example.com.
- The MOTAR Zone will be open during show floor hours and will feature demos from some of MOTAR’s 20+ vendors including PlaneEnglish, HTX Labs, Design Interactive, 3D Media, Discovery Machine, Inc, Enduvo, and BUNDLAR.
- Hear from real USAF end-users who are leveraging MOTAR to transform training within their units! Airmen from 367 TRSS ‘The Griffin’ and HQ AETC/A9 Det 23 will be within the MOTAR Zone to showcase MOTAR from the perspective of USAF and how other Airmen can start using MOTAR TODAY!
- On Thursday, March 17, Dynepic VP of Partnerships and Growth, Christina Padron will host an expert panel to discuss how Dynepic, along with AETC's Detachment 23, created MOTAR in a record-breaking 10 months, how the ecosystem works with MOTAR, and how it's changed training across AETC. The panel will include Dynepic Co-Founder and CEO, Krissa Watry, USAF partners Maj Jesse Johnson and Capt Paulina Morales, and ecosystem partners Lt. Col. James Cooper (Ret.) from Design Interactive and Mr. Daryl Roy from 3D Media to discuss how MOTAR is supporting the delivery of their training applications.
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 a secure, device- and software- agnostic infrastructure with open APIs, LCMS/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. To learn more about Dynepic, check out our website and connect with us on LinkedIn.