To ensure high quality data is collected and analyzed, PURVIS develops comprehensive Data Collection Analysis and Data Collection Plans to ensure all T&E data objectives are met during each testing event.
At the conclusion of each event, PURVIS conducts a comprehensive R&A of each event and the all encompassing exercise, which is used to formulate T&E results and recommendations.
Upon the conclusion of R&A, PURVIS compiles all data analysis, findings and recommendations into a comprehensive final technical report accompanied by associated briefing materials.
Tapping into our extensive T&E expertise, PURVIS has developed automation tools to assist with data collection and R&A. Two such tools are the Naval Exercise Analysis and Reconstruction System (NEARS) and the Maritime Exercise Analysis System (MEXAS). NEARS imports ship and system data, then reconstructs tracks and determines system detection performance. MEXAS imports R&A data, which provides analysts with a 3D view of the Operational Area.
To ensure high quality data is being collected, with as little impact to exercise participants as possible, PURVIS develops ADCE to passively tap into various US Navy systems to gather data during each exercise.
PURVIS takes great pride in being an “Honest Broker” in providing the Government with an Independent Verification & Validation of the systems the US Navy has delivered to the Fleet and its sailors.