15 Dec 2015

CTI won an intensely competed Phase I SBIR with the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) to develop gamification capabilities for its training simulations. Current MDA simulation training is focused on outcomes (e.g. intercepting a ballistic missile threat) without considering the details of student performance throughout the training exercise. Featuring a next-generation intelligent tutoring system/intelligent scoring system […]

28 Sep 2015

Today, CTI was awarded a Phase I SBIR contract for R&D in behavior-mining technology of a Soldier-based tactical gaming environment. The effort will develop essential technology for the US Army’s Early Synthetic Prototyping initiative: ESP. ESP is a crowdsourced approach to the development of next-generation US Army vehicle concepts and tactics.

15 Apr 2015

CTI learned today that the Leidos/CTI/BU Sirius team was one of two performers selected to complete the final phase of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) multi-year program. Sirius seeks to determine if games can be used to help intelligence analysts recognize and mitigate cognitive bias. In the upcoming phase, CTI will complete development […]

29 Jan 2015

CTI today announced that James T. Blake, Ph.D., the Managing Member of J T Blake LLC, will serve as a Senior Advisor to CTI. In this role, Blake will help guide CTI on formulating and assessing growth strategy, as well as shaping its ongoing work in ground-breaking simulation for the U.S. Department of Defense and […]

24 Oct 2014

Today, CTI won its first Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract. An effort of the U.S. Navy Office of Naval Research, the project’s goal is to develop a next-generation maintenance training capability. Established in 1982, the SBIR program encourages R&D in the small business sector to help meet the research needs of the federal government […]

07 Sep 2014

For the fourth straight year, CTI has been recognized?as one of Military Training Technology’s Top 100 companies in our field. ?MTT’s?featured companies, from around the world, are judged to have made significant impacts on the military training and simulation industries across a broad range?of technologies. ?Details at: ?http://www.kmimediagroup.com/mt2dir2014/

28 Jul 2014

A paper CTI co-authored with colleagues at?Leidos and Carnegie Melon University has been recognized as a Best Paper in Category by the 2014 Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference, I/ITSEC. ?The paper, “Missing: A Serious Game for the Mitigation of Cognitive Biases,” describes the science behind the CTI-developed application. “Missing” has demonstrated?significant potential as a […]