Fremont, Calif. (April 18, 2017) – Major General (ret.) Melvin Spiese, an Executive Advisor to Ravenswood Solutions, is scheduled to present his paper, “Performance-Based Learning in Operational Training Environments” to the international audience Thursday, May 18th at 10:00 during the annual ITEC conference in Ahoy Rotterdam, the Netherlands.  As the former Commanding General of US Marine Corps Training and Education Command and the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, Spiese has a unique perspective on the evolution of military training following Operation Iraqi Freedom, the efficacy of current training models, and what the objectives of future training programs should be.

Throughout the conference, Ravenswood Solutions will be highlighting technologies and services that aid military leaders in the objective assessment of troop performance and provide best-in-class results-based training and operational support.

To learn more about Ravenswood Solutions’ Mobile Ground Truth System, view a demonstration of Ravenswood’s ORION software suite, or to set up a private consultation, please visit stand 20d at the Ahoy in Rotterdam Tuesday May 16th through Thursday, May 18th, or contact Communications Manager, Katie Whichard, at

About Ravenswood Solutions

Ravenswood Solutions, a subsidiary of SRI International, provides government agencies and commercial clients with technology and services for combat training, test and evaluation of vehicles and equipment, and policy analysis events. Field-proven packages include high-fidelity instrumentation, advanced global positioning and mapping, realistic training effects, and turn-key support services that are customized for each client.

Ravenswood Solutions leverages more than 20 years of experience in technology insertion, training support, and sustainment services. This heritage of world-class technology and dedication to customers has made Ravenswood Solutions the leading provider of mobile instrumented training and performance assessment for military ground troops and other security forces, while opening the door for industries such as civil response, logistics, and behavioral research to explore new applications for the technology.