BRAMS™: Blood Reserve Availability Assessment, Tracking, & Management System
The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is piloting a nation-wide system targeted on hemovigilance and donor safety issues. KBSI's Blood Reserve Availability Assessment, Tracking, and Management System (BRAMS™) supports the Joint Medical Asset Repository (JMAR) by allowing users to manually upload blood data via a Web-based system. The BRAMS™ technology provides data integrity and access control mechanisms to ensure that the data entered is valid, clean, and not duplicated in other data sources. The technology also provides predictive logistics and forecasting, agent-based alerts and notifications, emergency response management, and transportation optimization.
BASIS: Comprehensive Blood Supply Management
The web-based Blood Availability and Safety Information System (BASIS) technology allows the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to compile and analyze blood collection and usage information from civilian hospitals and blood centers--crucial information for developing blood use policies and procedures, managing the nation’s blood resources, and keeping blood and user data secure.
TAKE™: Toolkit for Agent-based Knowledge Extraction
KBSI's TAKE™ technology combines ontology engineering methods with cutting-edge knowledge discovery techniques to extract, analyze, and map ontologies from distributed and disparate knowledge and data sources.
ATPD: Advanced Data Utilization Discovery
KBSI's Adaptive Toolkit for Pattern Discovery (ATPD) uses an innovative, hybrid approach to automating the discovery of system-of-systems data utilization patterns in structured and unstructured text sources (e.g., *.txt, *.doc, *.rtf, *.pdf, and *.html). ATPD extracts the semantic information (ontologies) that defines how data is shared and uses these ontologies to dynamically update reference knowledge models and repositories.
FIEA: Framework for Interoperability of Executable Architectures
KBSI's FIEA technology is improving the way in which complex DoD systems that support joint-service and multinational operations are architected and the way in which they interact and share data.
EPAS: State-of-the-Art MRO Management
KBSI's Engine Process Analysis Support (EPAS) project supported the Army’s Rotary Wing Aircraft Sustainment Program (RWASP), which was focused on improving T-700 engine production at the Corpus Christi Army Depot (CCAD). The EPAS technology combines process mapping and analysis, detailed work breakdown structure development, part/material control and kitting, and the implementation of shop floor decision support and scheduling systems. Using feedback from CCAD domain experts, the initiative established optimal methods for engine disassembly and assembly.
JACKALFISH®, KBSI's newest data mining software tool, applies ontology-assisted text mining and natural language processing to provide more intelligent and directed searches of data sources.
KBSI's RAMPMAP® software is a knowledge based visualization and management application used to track aircraft and GSE across the air logistics centers.
KBSI WORKSIM® software generates optimized dispatching schedules so MRO managers can maintain repair item, resource, MRO event, and scheduled workload status across the depot.