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Joint Improvised Threat Defeat Agency Right of Boom Lessons Learned H4D Stanford 2016

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Joint Improvised Threat
Defeat Agency
ARMY Research Lab
NAVEODTECHDIV
ARMY Asymmetric
Warfare Group
US Central Command
US Army EOD
US Air Force EOD
FBI Bomb Squad – SF
Alaska Airlines/American
Airlines
-Post-Incident
Reporting
-Development
of Reporting
App
Bridge - bridging the gap
between forward deployed
technicians and US remote
technicians
Incentivization –
gamification to
increase
likelihood of use
by partner
militaries
Reporting – a
richer data set
for JIDA’s mission
Engineers -
contractor/DARPA
employees may provide
technical insight
EOD Technicians – iterative
design process needs more
user input
JIDA SETAs
Host Nation
Forces
Better intel
JIDA
More raw data
Iterate - Multiple simulated
field test scenarios with
technicians to fit product to
need
Incorporation - product has
many possible futures - can
potentially be incorporated
into other DoD product needs
Primary
- JIDA
- Host Nation EOD
- People in IED-impacted
zones
Secondary
- Military remote technical
communications.
- Software can be co-
opted for many different
communications missions
Transportation Industry –
remote medical care
Fixed:
Software development
IT Management/maintenance
Deployment training
Mission Achievement Criteria
Enable clear, safe, common-sense communication of
time-sensitive high-stress technical information and
post-incident reporting and analysis dissemination
Week 3: Accurate high-volume post-
incident IED reporting
Variable:
Maintenance
Equipment retrofit
Equipment refurb

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