US Air Force Selects Aviture to Lead Development of Emergency Neighborhood Apps

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US Air Force Selects Aviture to Lead Development of Emergency Neighborhood Apps

“Our roots at the Ministry of Defense run deep and we are committed to doing everything we can to help our troops. With this project, we seek to give Airmen the confidence to know that as soon as they hit the ground, quarters will be waiting for them instantly.

Aviture is strengthening its relationship with the Department of Defense by designing an all-new software platform that could revolutionize the allocation of emergency quarters for the brave men and women of the United States Air Force.

Under an operating license, Aviture will be the lead developer of the Emergency Neighborhood Management Accountability Platform (CQMAP). Using GovCloud as a master data repository, CQMAP will give service managers a real-time, enterprise-wide view of neighborhoods around the world, letting them know how much space and equipment is available before to put the forces on the ground.

“We are honored to partner with the US Air Force on CQMAP,” said Mark Griffis, founder and president of Aviture. “Our roots at the Ministry of Defense run deep and we are committed to doing everything we can to help our troops. With this project, we seek to give Airmen the confidence to know that as soon as they hit the ground, quarters will be waiting for them instantly. It will also make a lot of service managers very happy.

The allocation of emergency quarters has always been a patchwork of siled, analog digital tools. Only recently has technology caught up with the unique security and logistics needs of the military.

“We have a generation of servicemen and military people who grew up with websites and apps that make booking a hotel, a ride, or a vacation rental instant,” Griffis said. “It will bring the same ease of use to booking emergency quarters. User experience, speed and accuracy are the cornerstones of our development, and we continue to add features as we go.

As engineering progresses, CQMAP will not only allow for the assignment of wards, but will do so based on parameters denoted by each occupant’s unique rank, gender, and status. The application will work both on stable internet connections and on areas without any internet connection. Asynchronous data management will ensure that every version and every terminal/device stays up to date with real-time field conditions as soon as an internet connection is restored.

This project continues the strategic partnership between Aviture and the Department of Defense that was established with the advent of the Guardian program, a decision support application that allows remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) pilots to collaborate and share real-time data for higher mission success rate. . Meanwhile, Aviture continues to make progress in upgrading the Aim High recruiting platform, which connects Air Force recruiters, prospective Airmen, and their families in a social media-like network that puts highlight the unique experience of new recruits.

Visit https://www.aviture.us.com/ to learn more about Aviture and its work in the government space.

ABOUT AVITURE

Aviture is a veteran, underprivileged, and minority-owned software consulting firm uniquely suited to address the logistical challenges of government software needs.

Aviture combines extensive government software experience with lessons learned from decades of commercial contracts to distinguish its work from that of other consultants. Aviture’s custom software solutions make real-time strategic planning possible, even with data from multiple sources at high speed.

Aviture’s expertise in software consulting, user engagement, systems integrations, data engineering, hybrid/cloud architecture and Internet of Things in government and commercial sectors has won numerous awards and has helped clients across the country achieve the Art of the Possible. Check out Aviture at https://www.aviture.us.com/.

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