Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship (AOPS)

BNH consultants analyzed the training requirements for the Canadian Navy after upgrading from HCM to AOPS. Working alongside Lockheed Martin and SME, BNH determined training requirements, provided recommendations for delivery method to ensure the most effective and efficient training solution, and developed the Qualification Standards and Plans for MOSIDS aboard the AOPS.

F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF)

Lockheed Martin selected BNH as one of two international vendors for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Instructional System Development (ISD) tools. With the selection of ADVISOR Lockheed Martin was confident the tool would "greatly enhance the efficiency of the training team to automate and integrate processes previously achieved with standalone databases". For the full Lockheed Martin press release, click here.

Lockheed Martin Simulation, Training & Support (UKMFTS Live/Synthetic Study Project) selected BNH to analyze the training needs of 19UK Ministry of Defence ab-initio pilot and aircrew, and recommend cost effective training delivery options. Utilizing ADVISOR Enterpirse, an internet based decision support tool, BNH objectively documented the knowledge, skills and learning activities needed by each crew position, as well as the environment under which training was expected to take place. The data was analyzed to determine the effectiveness as well as the costs of alternate delivery options and generate a summary of recommendations.

ADVISOR Enterprise helped Lockheed Martin exceed the client's expectations within a limited period of time. It's internet based technology facilitated communication among team members in the US and England, and its ability to store and reuse common data (Templates) reduced the effort needed to conduct the analysis. Moreover, it was relatively easy to isolate and measure the impact of various factors by running multiple what if scenarios, and most importantly, ADVISOR Enterprise, generated a solid business case to support the recommendations. To read more, click here.