NEURON DATA IN GOVERNMENT
Central Intelligence Agency
Federal Immigration & Naturalization
Internal Revenue Service
Sandia National Laboratories
Social Security Administration
State and Local Government
U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Customs Service
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
U.S. Dept. of Defense
U.S. Dept. of Energy
U.S. Dept. of Transportation
U.S. Geological Survey
U.S. Postal Service
Land Information Alberta
Dept of Fisheries and Oceans
Defense Research Establishment
Police Data Center
THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION for the U.S. AIR FORCE
The Aerospace Corporation built a knowledge-based application for the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program using NEXPERT OBJECT. The application provides the information necessary for a satellite operator to follow the complex operations of in-flight software.
CAISSE AUTONOME DE REFINANCEMENT
Caisse Autonome de Refinancement, which is a part of the French Finance Ministry, has developed a investment management application using OPEN INTERFACE ELEMENTS. The application was developed on a Sun and deployed on Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh systems.
COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA
The County of Riverside in California is adopting the Elements Environment to develop applications that will provide public information to County residents. The County is planning to use the Web Element as an integral part of its development process so that it can provide information through both public kiosks and the World Wide Web. The applications will access data through the County of Riverside's internal network, which already stores much of the information they want to make public. The County found no other tool that could so easily accomplish this task.
Without the Web Element, County of Riverside developers would have been forced to develop their applications twice: once under Windows for deployment to public kiosks and again for deployment on the Web.
DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY
The Defense Information Systems Agency has developed an expert system application based on NEXPERT OBJECT. The goals of this application are to eliminate duplicate or obsolete information systems and integrate information systems and applications. Thus, support capabilities and interoperability of dissimilar battlefield command and control (C2) systems will be improved.
EDS for the U.S. ARMY
EDS built a personnel tracking and reporting system for the U.S. Army using NEXPERT OBJECT. It was originally deployed on an IBM mainframe and later downsized to a network of IBM RS/6000s.
FRENCH MARINE NATIONALE
NEXPERT OBJECT is being used by the French Marine Nationale to automate the payroll system for 77,000 marines. The user interface for the application was developed using OPEN INTERFACE ELEMENTS. The system uses IBM RS/6000 as a server and is running on Bull DPS/7s and PCs. The application is called Saisie Automatiesee des Bulletins de Renseignement de la Solde (SABRES).
ITT AVIONICS for the U.S. AIR FORCE
ITT Avionics developed the warfare jamming system in the B-52 using NEXPERT OBJECT .
Lockheed developed a procurement application using NEXPERT OBJECT.
Lockheed also developed an on-board system with NEXPERT OBJECT which automates sensor track fusion, sensor management and situation assessment tasks.
Martin Marietta developed a scheduling application using OPEN INTERFACE ELEMENTS.
NAVAL UNDERSEA WARFARE CENTER
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center uses SMART ELEMENTS for an interactive decision-support system that assists Navy personnel in tracking computer equipment. Computer Resources Information Base (CRIB) runs on PC and UNIX-based workstations, with VAX planned as a future platform.
NAVAL AIR WARFARE CENTER
The Naval Air Warfare Center is developing a display/control system based on C/S ELEMENTS and Sybase.
The U.S. Treasury is developing a money laundering application to track financial transactions greater than $10,000 to any U.S. bank.