Human Systems Digital Experience

"Maximizing Human Readiness"

2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 March 2021



Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Moderator: Michelle Zbylut, PhD Director, Army Research Institute

  • Mark Draper, Lead, Adaptive Warfighter Interfaces Core Technical Competency, Air Force Research Laboratory SI&CP Government Co-Chair, Human Systems Division, NDIA
  • Michael LaFiandra, Deputy Chief Scientist, Army Research Laboratory PS&WP Government Representative, Human Systems Division, NDIA
  • Kendy Vierling, PhD, Director, Naval Education Division, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Manpower & Reserve Affairs) PAE&T Government Co-Chair, Human Systems Division, NDIA
Keynote Speaker


Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Measuring and Assessing Human Readiness: Using Data Standards to Improve the Fidelity of Assessment Data (XAPI, XAPI PROFILES, RCDS, and P2881)

  • Ashley Howell, Project Manager and Systems Engineer, Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative
  • Hunter Smith, Software Engineer, Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative

The Team-Based Advanced Resilience Accelerator (TARA) System: A Tablet-Based Observational Performance Assessment Tool for Development of Resilient Teams

  • Kristy Kay, Scientist, Aptima, Inc.
  • Lisa Lucia, PhD, and Jeff Beaubien, PhD, Secondary Authors


Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Warrior Performance Platform (WP2™) for The United States Air Force: Enabling Remote Fitness Coaching and Wellness Tracking Capabilities for Geographically Distributed Populations

  • Jake Repanshek, Executive Director, Solutions & Technology, TIAG
  • Kevin Dawidowicz, Co-Founder and President, CoachMePlus

Adding Stressors to Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Care Under Fire Virtual Reality Performance Assessments Using Haptics and Integrated Immersive Technologies

  • Conner Parsey, Manager, Science & Technology, Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center (DEVCOM SC), U.S. Army
  • Joanne Barnieu, Director, Instructional Science, Engineering & Computer Simulations
  • William Pike, PhD, Madison Quinn, and Justin Welzien Secondary Authors

Measuring and Predicting Soldier Performance and Lethality Through Soldier-Systems Modeling

  • Robb Wilcox, PhD, Lead, Science & Technology, Human Systems Performance, DEVCOM SC, U.S. Army


Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Revolutionizing Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services with Augmented Reality

Context-Sensitive Adaptive Framework For Cross-Platform Interaction

Performance in Noise Speech to Text Communications Aid

  • Tyler Ferro, PhD, Engineer, Operational Design & Performance, Dahlgren Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center


Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Human Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services Manual

  • BG Peter Palmer, USA (Ret), President, P2 Consulting Service, LLC, Vice Chair, Human Systems Division, NDIA

Readiness In Real-Time: Using Cognitive Science and AI to Predict Human Capability

  • Iain Harlow, PhD, Vice President, Science, Cerego, Inc.