SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering, intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets. SAIC provides systems engineering and integration offerings for large, complex projects. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, SAIC has approximately 15,000 employees and annual revenues of about $4.3 billion.
Product and Services
For nine years, SAIC has provided support to optimize the human performance of U.S. Army personnel. SAIC has trained more than 350,000 Soldiers in 23 unique courses developed and delivered by our technical experts. Human Performance training is part of a complete mind-body approach to health and fitness. Aimed at those whose jobs involve making critical decisions under duress or even life-threatening situations, SAIC trains individuals to assess a challenge quickly and execute a course of action with confidence and composure. SAIC’s curriculum is the only scientifically validated program of its kind in the Army. This curriculum is taught to Soldiers, family members, and civilians at 20 locations globally. SAIC was selected from hundreds of submissions to present this program as an innovative strategy at the Blackboard World training conference.
SAIC creates serious games that support the Federal Government. SAIC is bringing innovation to the DoD by creating targeted training videos or courses accessed via the cloud through a mobile device. By moving training to the cloud, SAIC is providing the DoD with necessary readiness training while still remaining within their cost-constraints. Some examples are:
• Developed a cyber security simulator that is revolutionizing the way intelligence and cyber warriors train more effectively in an integrated fashion at their home stations.
• A PTSD app prototype that uses Microsoft Unity and HoloLens. This app won the Microsoft Hololens Hackathon’s Best Spatial Audio award.
• A cost-effective augmented reality game that provides first aid training via a mobile device for first responders. This app received runner up for the People’s Choice Award at the 2015 Serious Games Showcase and Challenge in I/ITSEC 2015.
• A game called the Missouri River Basin Balancer Game for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which was awarded the best of show: game-based solution at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solution Conference. It allows players to helm a system of rivers and reservoirs to simulate waterway management.
• For the Navy, SAIC provides modeling and simulation services, as well as some fully immersive, interactive, game-based solutions where sailors run computer-assisted exercises from inside docked Navy vessels.