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STTC: The Army’s Simulation and Training Technology Center

The U.S. Army Soldier Center Simulation and Training Technology Center is a nexus of scientists, engineers, and program management professionals. Their diverse experiences expands across learning sciences, M&S, visualization and immersion, medical simulation, and ground combat training in a multi-domain environment.

The team discovers, innovates, develops, and transitions cutting edge technologies to materiel developers for system solutions, or knowledge products to combat developers for requirements generation.

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LEADERSHIP

Matthew Clarke
Director

Ivan Martinez
Deputy Director

Reports to:

NAWCTSD at Team Orlando Reports to NAVAIR Naval Air Systems Command

U.S. Army Combat Capabilities
Development Command

THE MISSION

STTC executes basic and applied research with advanced technology development for the Army and Defense Department Modeling Simulation and Training Enterprise in order to rapidly answer system technology gaps and reduce risk in high-risk, high-payoff technologies that ensure readiness. Innovate, develop, and transition technology to stress and challenge Soldiers in simulated training in order to prepare for war.

PRODUCTS:
  • Immersive Technologies

  • Medical Simulations

  • Synthetic Environments

  • Learning Architectures

SERVICES:
  • Scientific Exploration

  • Technology Development

  • Technology Transition

  • Life-Cycle Tech Insertion

PERSONNEL

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Total Personnel
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Military
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DA Civilians
0
Contractors

BUSINESS BASE

$0
65 Million Dollars

MOVING FORWARD

OUR PRIORITIES:

  • Synthetic Training Environment Technologies

    • Augmented Reality
    • AI Synthetic Entities
    • Synthetic Terrain
    • Big Data M&S Architectures
  • Next-Generation Combat Vehicle
    • Crew Training
    • Crew Stations
  • Soldier Lethality
    • Live Training
    • Cyber Training
  • Future Vertical Lift
    • Crew Stations
    • Crew Workload
  • Medical Training Technologies

OUR CONCERNS:

  • Talent Pipeline

  • Pace of Technology Innovation

  • Coordinated Technology Maturation

  • Timely Technology Transfer

  • Agile Technology Development

  • Blended Simulation

STTC: The Army’s Simulation and Training Technology Center

The U.S. Army Soldier Center Simulation and Training Technology Center is a nexus of scientists, engineers, and program management professionals. Their diverse experiences expands across learning sciences, M&S, visualization and immersion, medical simulation, and ground combat training in a multi-domain environment.

The team discovers, innovates, develops, and transitions cutting edge technologies to materiel developers for system solutions, or knowledge products to combat developers for requirements generation.

Contact Member

LEADERSHIP

Matthew Clarke
Director

Ivan Martinez
Deputy Director

Reports to:

NAWCTSD at Team Orlando Reports to NAVAIR Naval Air Systems Command

U.S. Army Combat Capabilities
Development Command

THE MISSION

STTC executes basic and applied research with advanced technology development for the Army and Defense Department Modeling Simulation and Training Enterprise in order to rapidly answer system technology gaps and reduce risk in high-risk, high-payoff technologies that ensure readiness. Innovate, develop, and transition technology to stress and challenge Soldiers in simulated training in order to prepare for war.

PRODUCTS:
  • Immersive Technologies

  • Medical Simulations

  • Synthetic Environments

  • Learning Architectures

SERVICES:
  • Scientific Exploration

  • Technology Development

  • Technology Transition

  • Life-Cycle Tech Insertion

PERSONNEL

0
Total Personnel
0
Military
0
DA Civilians
0
Contractors

BUSINESS BASE

$0
65 Million Dollars

MOVING FORWARD

OUR PRIORITIES:

  • Synthetic Training Environment Technologies

    • Augmented Reality
    • AI Synthetic Entities
    • Synthetic Terrain
    • Big Data M&S Architectures
  • Next-Generation Combat Vehicle
    • Crew Training
    • Crew Stations
  • Soldier Lethality
    • Live Training
    • Cyber Training
  • Future Vertical Lift
    • Crew Stations
    • Crew Workload
  • Medical Training Technologies

OUR CONCERNS:

  • Talent Pipeline

  • Pace of Technology Innovation

  • Coordinated Technology Maturation

  • Timely Technology Transfer

  • Agile Technology Development

  • Blended Simulation

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