Full Spectrum Command
Released in early 2003, Full Spectrum Command was deployed at the Army's Company Commander Training School in Ft. Benning, GA.
The goal of the MCIT is to train U.S. forces to recognize an emplaced IED (Improvised Explosive Device) under a variety of complex attack scenarios.
Full Spectrum Leader
This powerful tool provides "cognitive training" for light-infantry platoon leaders.
DARPA-sponsored artificial intelligence test-bed system using Quicksilver's Full Spectrum Command engine.
This system which was developed by Quicksilver for the U.S. Army provides Advanced standalone and colaborative logistics training for U.S. Soldiers.
A DARPA-sponsored user interface prototype for a "micro air vehicle".
A DARPA-sponsored concept prototype for a multi-service online training system.