MOTAR levels up again to meet ACE/MCA mission requirements under AFRL’s Just-In-Time Multi-Mission Airmen / Warfighter (JITMMA/W) program.
For our United States Air Force's Multi Capable Airmen (MCA), success is not usually found in the most comfortable places. They often live, train, and fight in less-than-ideal environments where just-in-time operational training is critical, and the internet is considered a luxury. These Airmen are living at The Edge - of computing, connectivity, and combat.
As part of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Just-in-time, Multi-Mission Airmen/Warfighters (JITMMA/W) efforts to deliver combat power in austere, forward operating locations, the organization has enlisted Dynepic to do what we do best - securely deliver an open ecosystem of mission-critical, immersive content to enable warfighters to level-up their skills anytime, anywhere and on any device, including AR and VR devices.
“This program will result in a variant of our MOTAR-In-A-Box (MIAB) that can be deployed and configured in austere and internet-challenged environments to bring a digital information overlay to the environment that leverages training and operational content from MOTAR’s Hub. This will give Airmen the tactical advantage during combat operations at The Edge,” said Krissa Watry, Dynepic’s Co-Founder and CEO.
With MOTAR’s Authorization to Operate (ATO) allowing it to connect to military networks and transmit Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI), deploying training content has never been easier. Under this Phase I effort, Dynepic will develop a Concept of Operations (CONOPS) and technology roadmap for how MOTAR can be further enhanced to meet the strict mission requirements for JITMMA/W in combat.