About Ron Steed

Ronald Steed is a Senior Advisor at Rite-Solutions where he serves on a variety of research and development projects involving command decision-making, submarine systems (such as Navigation, Operational Planning, and Combat Systems), team dynamics, and human factors. Ron transitioned from the U.S. Navy's Submarine Force in 2007. His last assignment was as the Commander of Submarine Squadron Two in Groton, Connecticut. At sea, he was assigned to four fast attack submarines including Narwhal (SSN 671), Pittsburgh (SSN 720), and Seawolf (SSN 21). He commanded USS Jefferson City (SSN 759). After command, he was an Instructor for the Submarine Command Course.

Information Advantage for Commanding Officers (Part 3)

This three-part story is about the first employment of an Intelligent Agent system on a U.S. Submarine in the year 2026. The scenario demonstrates how an Intelligent Agent can help solve a complex war-fighting problem by sifting through and interpreting tremendous amounts of data and thereby increasing the probability of mission success. The scenario [...]

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Information Advantage for Commanding Officers (Part 2)

This three-part story is about the first employment of an Intelligent Agent system on a U.S. Submarine in the year 2026. The scenario demonstrates how an Intelligent Agent can help solve a complex war-fighting problem by sifting through and interpreting tremendous amounts of data and thereby increasing the probability of mission success. The scenario provides [...]

December 30th, 2016|Tags: , , |

Information Advantage for Commanding Officers (Part 1)

This three-part story is about the first employment of an Intelligent Agent system on a U.S. Submarine in the year 2026. The scenario demonstrates how an Intelligent Agent can help solve a complex war-fighting problem by sifting through and interpreting tremendous amounts of data and thereby increasing the probability of mission success. The scenario [...]

December 6th, 2016|Tags: , , |