TEAMWorks Featured in RFID Journal

RSC’s newest product, TEAMWorks (Tactical Evaluation of Analytical Measurements), was recently featured in the RFID Journal as the newest technology for live shooter training. TEAMWorks delivers a complete solution for the collection and analysis of real-time performance data during live and simulated training events to enhance decision-making and training effectiveness. Key personnel involved in the development of TEAMWorks from Renaissance Sciences Corporation (RSC) and partner, Momentum Aviation Group (MAG), were interviewed for the article to describe the capabilities of TEAMWorks for use in law enforcement and military training.  To read the full article, “Virginia Startup Offers RTLS Solution for Live Shooter Training” by Claire Swedberg, please visit:  http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?14022.

GCN Notes the Value of “TEAMWorks”

Renaissance Sciences Corporation (RSC) has teamed up with our partner, Momentum Aviation Group (MAG), to transition technology employed by the NFL to various applications in the areas of military and law enforcement.  From this effort, RSC and MAG created TEAMWorks.  The resulting TEAMWorks product delivers a real-time performance intelligence solution that enhances decision-making during training and operations.  RSC has been highlighted in a recent article released by GCN Magazine based on this effort.  To read the full article, please visit:  https://gcn.com/articles/2016/01/06/rfid-location-tracking-training.aspx.

I/ITSEC 2015 & New Advisory Board

This year at the Industry/Interservice Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC), Renaissance Sciences Corporation (RSC) & Diamond Visionics’ (DVC) premier products will be featured in Diamond Visionics’ booth [Booth 2101].  RSC and DVC will be demonstrating simulated NVGs using SimHDR-EO integrated into Diamond Visionics’ GenesisRTX using the Oculus Rift, an advanced, low cost, head-mounted display.  The demonstration will run from November 30-December 3, 2015 at I/ITSEC, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

Leading up to IITSEC 2015, RSC has also assembled its Advisory Board comprised of senior leadership with high-level experience in the military and industry sectors.  The RSC Advisory Board was established to offer guidance for RSC management and strategic direction.  Board members include:

  • Bill Bond, Major General, U.S. Army (Retired)
  • Al Harms, Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired)
  • Tom Baptiste, Lieutenant General, U.S. Air Force (Retired)
  • Lisa Coe, President, The Coe Group

RSC will gain valuable knowledge from the highly experienced Advisory Board members to the benefit of RSC’s structure, products and current and future customers.  RSC is confident that the Advisory Board will provide a welcome source of innovative advice and dynamic perspective.

RSC Advisory Board Member Biographies

  Bill Bond, Major General, U.S. Army (Retired)

Bill Bond 2Bill Bond has more than 40 years of professional experience and has held senior-level management positions in both military and industry.  During his distinguished career in the U.S. Army, Bill Bond served in important command and staff positions including Director of Force Development for the Office of the G-8, United States Army and Deputy for Systems Management and Horizontal Technology Integration, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army.  He retired from the Army in 2003, after 33 years of active service.  Most recently, he served as the Vice President of consultancy firm, Cypress International.

Al Harms, Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Retired)

Al Harms 2Al Harms has more than 40 years of professional experience and has held senior-level management positions in both military and industry.  During his distinguished career in the U.S. Navy, Al Harms served in important positions including Director, Assessment Division, Office of Naval Operations and Commander, Naval Education and Training Command.  He retired from the Navy in 2005, after 34 years of active service.  Most recently, he served Vice President for Strategy, Marketing, Communications, and Admissions at the University of Central Florida.

Tom Baptiste, Lieutenant General, U.S. Air Force (Retired)

Tom Baptiste 2Tom Baptiste has more than 40 years of professional experience and has held senior-level management positions in both military and industry.  During his distinguished career in the U.S. Air Force, Tom Baptiste served in important positions including Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations Division, and Director of Operations for Joint Forge (Bosnia), Joint Guardian (Kosovo), and the International Security Assistance Force (Afghanistan), SHAPE, Casteau, Belgium.  He retired from the Air Force in 2007, after 34 years of active service.  Currently, he serves as President and CEO of the National Center for Simulation.

Lisa Coe

lisa coe 2Lisa Coe is an established executive in the realm of sales and business development.  She has proven experience finding opportunities for generating revenue and establishing and growing relationships with key decision-makers in government and large corporations.  Lisa Coe has several years of professional experience in senior-level management positions.  She served as Director, Business Development at SAIC and Vice President of North American Sales at Presagis.  Currently, she runs her own consulting company, The Coe Group, LLC. The Coe Group offers business strategy consulting services to small and medium businesses for military modeling and simulation market.

TEAMWorks Real Time Performance Intelligence System at IACP 2015

RSC is pleased  to announce our attendance and TEAMWorks demonstration at the 2015 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference & Exhibition (IACP) hosted in Chicago IL, October 24-27, 2015. TEAMWorks is a collaborative effort of Renaissance Sciences Corporation, MAG, and Zebra Technologies that delivers a real-time performance intelligence solution to enhance decision-making during training and operations. Using non-intrusive, easy to apply, nearly zero weight tags that emit short Ultra-Wideband pulses detected by receivers up to a range of 1,000 feet, TEAMWorks allows trainers and supervisors to track and review the position, orientation, speed, and acceleration of tagged personnel and equipment.  Additional sensors can capture weapon discharge, shot hit/miss, heart rate, and other individual and team performance data.  Information from sensors is transmitted to a hub and server that translates the raw data into information displayable through web/video feeds, computers, tablets, and wearables, allowing for interactive after action reviews.

IACP attendees will be able experience TEAMWorks first hand through an interactive, live demo of the system using an active-shooter scenario. Come by and visit booth #4653  to see how TEAMWorks can save your organization time and money while providing a training and operational edge.   For more information, please visit the IACP website or see the TEAMWorks IACP Brochure.

Venue:  McCormick Place West, 2301 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL 60616

McCormick Place West Map

 

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