1990

SRI team developed multi-object, ground-truth, vehicle-data tracking system, marking early use of GPS as test instrumentation.

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1991

Used our multi-object, ground-truth, vehicle-data tracking system at White Sands Missile Range, NM, to test a non-cooperative target recognition system. (Capacity: 7 vehicles in a…

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1995

• Developed Deployable Force-on-Force Instrumented Range System (DFIRST) for the US Army National Guard (ARNG), marking the first time a ground combat vehicle training system…

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1999

• Delivered homestation Deployable Force-on-Force Instrumented Range Systems (DFIRSTs) to Camp Roberts, CA, and Orchard Training Area, ID. • Integrated DFIRST with another SRI-developed GPS/radio…

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2000

Updated DFIRST with reduced electromagnetic interference and tool-free installation.

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2002

• Began delivering homestation DFIRSTs to seven US Army National Guard (ARNG) sites. • Supported company-sized proof of concept for ARNG’s new eXportable Combat Training…

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2005

Supported battalion-sized proof of concept for XCTC.

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2006

First incorporation of temporary staff (four).First use of the Enhanced Dismount Instrumentation (EDI): initial personnel tracking capability. Provided subject matter expertise to plan and prepare…

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2007

• Helped plan and prepare for first two brigade-sized XCTC rotations. • Provided GPS-enabled instrumentation and AAR capabilities for NOVEX 2007, a multi-agency homeland security…

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2008

• Provided instrumentation, admin comms, BFE, BFI, logistics, and sustainment support for two sequential XCTC rotations in different locations. • Added real-time monitoring of MILES…

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2009

• Reduced costs for XCTC program by competing subcontracted functions. • Provided instrumentation and communications support to first multi-brigade XCTC rotation.

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2010

Conducted five brigade rotations at four different locations.   First implementation of a matrix management pool for Field Application Engineers and Field Service Representatives, to…

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2011

• Integrated I-MILES and MILES-XXI with FlexTrain.

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2012

• Took over XCTC program management, planning, and execution services. • Began transitioning from counterinsurgency to a Decisive Action Training Environment. • Began developing our…

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2013

• Conducted first integration of active component squadron training during an XCTC rotation.

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2014

• Launched Ravenswood Solutions, a wholly owned subsidiary, to continue supporting collective training, test and evaluation, performance assessment, and policy analysis. • Fielded FREDI-2.

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2015

• Supported US Army’s Network Integration Event (NIE) 16.1 at Fort Bliss, TX. • Won FREDI-2 player unit production and environmental testing contract from the…

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2016

• Won FlexTrain (known as DFIRST until 2005) production contract from the US Department of the Interior. • Supported first in a series of Army…

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2017

• Supported four simultaneous XCTC rotations, Stryker Brigade training, and Associated Unit Pilot Program training across CONUS. • Conducted simultaneous, large-scale OCONUS operations: a policy…

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2018

• Provided our local data storage module to support the US Army Operational Test Command’s evaluation of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle and Armored Multi-Purpose…

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2019

Army Contracting Command- Orlando awards Ravenswood $39.9M contract to Ravenswood for FlexTrain production and ORION software license. Ravenswood obtains International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015…

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2019

• Won the XCTC program’s first IDIQ contract from US Army Contracting Command—Orlando. • Won FlexTrain production and software license contract from the US Army…

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2020

• Won UK MOD contract to provide a tactical engagement system to the British Army in Kenya. • Awarded the Employer Support of the Guard…

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