Saturday, May 22, 2010
Program Overview: The Science and Technology Directorate Command, Control and Interoperability Division (CID) program conducts research on novel advanced technologies and techniques for understanding and manipulating information in multiple forms and modes (for example, text, video, images, audio, databases, and sensor data). Visual analytics software tools and human-computer interaction techniques leverage a person's inherent ability to process visual information to interpret and analyze large quantities of diverse data. Meanwhile, the associated computation-based analytical reasoning techniques enable users to obtain real-time insights into complex data. Research on making such tools available for a wide range of tailored uses-including mobile and portable systems, desktop analytical stations, and large-scale situational awareness or common operating picture installations-is also underway. This project is part of the Basic/Futures Research program area of CID.
Posted by Anthony Swetala-Greco