Research in Analytics  involves the development of data analytics tools and applications to collect, manage, and analyze data from curricula, training performance records, and other sources to develop improved training solutions and enhanced operational performance metrics.

The Analytics projects and the respective outcomes are:

Air Traffic & Tech Operations Job Task Analysis Workbooks Database: Microsoft Access database prototype that supports user-friendly queries, reports, export capability. Project completed. 

AJI-2 Customer Satisfaction Process: Enhanced approach to learning evaluations products and services to maximize customer satisfaction. Project completed. 

Analysis of Technical Operations Job Tasks: Open source/no cost prototype automation tool to identify gaps and depth of coverage using multiple search techniques and report format to display results to reduce duplication of training on job functions with goal of reducing time required to prepare reports related to gaps and depth of coverage for job tasks in training materials.  Project completed.

Benchmark Premier Technical Training Providers: Based on insights from external industries (e.g., medical, technical), actionable best practices with the benchmark metrics, tools, processes to improve ATC and ATSS technical training.  Project completed.

ILS Zone 3 Measurement: Demonstrate the feasibility of performing in-air, high resolution ILS signal integrity inspection using a low-cost UAS platform to support technical training and lead to the development of a portable, cost-effective method of inspecting and evaluating the integrity of operational ILS signals.

Learner Data Management: Means for facilitating collection, storage, and analysis of learning training data via online and mobile applications.  Project completed.

Technical Training Knowledge Architecture: Recommended type of knowledge architecture and existing knowledge-base systems to fit the need to allow workforce to search for resources and information connected to their training program, but in a context of performance support. Project completed. 

Ultra Lightweight VORILS Receiver: Develop a novel, low cost, size, weight and power C-SWaP navigational receiver to reduce operational and training costs for navigational flight inspection (FI) operations.