May 2016 - Pegasus R & T exhibits at CANSEC 2016, photo  February 2016 - Pegasus R & T becomes a member of the Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM) where it has offices located at 405 Ogilvy in Montreal near the Parc metro station. January 2016 - Pegasus R & T launches a project with the CRIM on automated roof measurement and inspection using images collected using drones. See example. October 2015 - Pegasus R & T co-authors presentation at the 16th Conference of Association Quebecoise de la Télédétection-Workshop on Using Drones for Remote Sensing: An Overview of On-board Machine Vision Capabilities using Drones - see presentation. June 2015 - Pegasus R & T receives Government of Canada  non-refundable financial contribution of up to $165,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). This financial contribution, along with NRC-IRAP’s ongoing technical and business advice, will support a project to develop a deliberation software toolkit for intelligent robot applications. The project has an estimated total cost of $553,000 and is expected to last for 20 months. See press release for more detail. June 2015 - Pegasus R&T opens office at the Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM). PRT is opertaing from the CRIM to facilitate collaborations on the development of Robotics Deliberation solutions and will benefit from CRIM expertise in the areas of Cloud Computing, Data Analystics and Human System Interfaces. May 2015 - Pegasus R & T and RALI to present paper at Balisage: The Markup Conference 2015 : XSDGuide-Automated generation of web interfaces from XML Schemas: A case study for suspicious activity reporting. November 2014 - Pegasus R & T commences R&D collaboration with the University of Montreal  Applied Research in Computational Linguistics (RALI) Lab. PRT and the RALI  have started a project to develop an Intelligent User Interface technology for Suspicious Activity Reporting applications with funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).  The initial prototype will be compliant with the US National Information Exchange Model (NIEM), as dictated by Canada’s Communication Interoperability Strategy. The project will demonstrate how such technologies can allow for rapid and intuitive reporting for users from the Public Safety and Law Enforcement communities as well as from the general public as a means to combat terrorism and other illegal or illicit activities. June 2013 - Pegasus R & T collaborates with the MIP on Data Interoperability In collaboration with the Multilateral Interoperability Programme (MIP), Pegasus is exploring the use of the emerging MIP Interoperability Model (MIM) currently being developed by the MIP as the planned replacement for the Joint Consultation Command and Control Information Exchange Data Model (JC3IEDM). See the ICCRTS 2013 paper entitled: “An Approach using the MIP Products for the Development of the Coalition Battle Management Language”, June 2013. This paper was co-authored by Kevin Heffner from Pegasus Research & Technologies; and Nico Bau and Michael Gerz from the Fraunhofer Institute. June 2013 - Pegasus R & T nominated for Best Paper Award during ICCRTS 2013 The paper entitled “Implementing a Standards Development Framework for the Coalition Battle Management Language” was nominated for best paper from the Modelling & Simulation Track during the 18th International Command and Control Research and Technology Symposium (ICCRTS) that took place in Alexandria Virginia from June 19-21 2013. This paper was co-authored by Kevin Heffner from Pegasus Research & Technologies and Kevin Gupton from the University of Texas Applied Research Lab (ARLUT). June 2013 - Pegasus R & T awarded SIWzie Outstanding Paper Award for Spring 2013 SIW The paper entitled “Towards a Maritime Domain Extension to the Coalition Battle Management Language: Initial Findings and Way Forward.”  Authors:  Hakan Savaşan, Akay Cağlayan, Faruk Yıldız from the Turkish Naval Forces Command; Ulrich Schade and Bastian Haarmann from the Fraunhofer Institute; Ole Martin Mevassvik and Geir Sletten from the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment and Kevin Heffner from Pegasus Research and Technologies. June 2013 - MSG-048 awarded NATO STO 2013 Scientific Achievement Award The NATO Science and Technology Organisation (STO) has awarded the 2013 Scientific Achievement Award to the NATO Modelling and Simulation Group 048 (MSG-048) - Coalition Battle Management Language. The NMSG-048 technical activity was conducted from 2006-2010 and included representation from: Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Turkey, and The United States and the NATO Consultation Command and Control Agency (NC3A), now known as the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA).   
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