Chemical/Biological Management Quanterion has been supporting programs and projects involving situational awareness of threats recording, distributing, analyzing and visually displaying information of the warfighter and responders as well as efforts to review and benchmark processes for effectively managing/maintaining stockpile monitoring systems.
- Example Projects:
Quanterion developed an on-line knowledge management system for a key
Army organization to manage/track the reliability aspects of its missile development
programs. Various areas of content are designed to improve the organizationís ability to
positively influence the reliability and stockpile management of the missiles.
WMD Monitoring Equipment:
Under an Engineering and Management support contract
to the Brookhaven National Laboratory, Quanterion performed an independent
assessment of the equipment maintenance management system (EMIS) used by the
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for monitoring equipment used in controlling
WMD-related stockpiles. Activities also included the development of guidelines for
developing reliable/maintainable IAEA monitoring equipment.
Integrated Information Management System (IIMS):
Quanterion has been supporting
the AFRL on IIMS since 2006. It is the third generation of a command and control
(C2) and chem/bio detector network that aids users at a site in the preparation for,
operation during, and recovery from, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear
(CBRN) or conventional attack or incident. The IIMS enhances situational awareness
of personnel by recording, distributing, analyzing and visually displaying information of
interest to the warfighter.