CRESST's unique expertise makes it an ideal partner in military and medical simulation-based training and assessment. Our military and medical clients and partners include the: Office of Naval Research (ONR), Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Naval Education and Training Command (NETC), Surface Warfare Officer's School Command (SWOS), Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Naval Center for Naval Engineering – the command formerly known as CNE, now part of SWOS, Marine Corps Training and and Education Command (TECOM), United States Marine Corps (USMC), Army Telemedicine & Technology Research Center (TATRC), The Federal Medical Simulation Training Consortium (FMSTC), Department of Defense Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL).
Our strength is in the modeling and implementation of assessment systems that elicit critical information that can be difficult to measure, such as cognitively complex performance, decision making abilities, and situation awareness.
CRESST's simulation and game-based assessment and training R&D has focused on a wide range of military and medical solutions, from sensor-based marksmanship assessments and remediation to simulation-based formative and summative evaluations of Tactical Action Officer (TAO) performance to automated assessment of game-based shipboard damage control operations. We build simulations or can integrate with yours.