Landing Signal Officer (LSO) Database Replacement

LSOs on the carrier deck. The MOVES Institute has recently been awarded a grant by the Office of Naval Research's TechSolutions to revamp and vastly improve upon the current "APARTS" database to assist Landing Signal Officers (LSO) and Navy pilots with landings on aircraft carriers.
We will develop a distributed database solution with custom user interfaces and handheld input devices, advanced analytical tools and automated platform camera video analysis methods.
The goal of MOVES' LSO database replacement system is to improve the data entry workflow, to permit statistical analysis across pilots, aircraft, carriers, squadrons and training facilities, and to positively affect training effectiveness (for both LSOs and pilots), deck safety, training cost and incident analysis.

Principal Investigators: Michael McCauley, Mathias Kölsch
Collaborators: Michael "Flanders" Ross, Neil Rowe, Arijit Das, the team at TechSolutions, the LSO School at NAS Oceana, and NAS Lemoore.

Do you want to participate? You can contribute as a full-time Software Engineer.