The JETS demonstration is a collection of several independent demonstration segments that each showcase a key feature of JETS. The JETS Program consisted of several sections which aims to add to the current body of knowledge by identifying and addressing the gaps in joint en route care training and top-level interoperable architectural framework for a training system of systems. By creating a system of systems the JETS system-generated use cases in the process.
The Use Cases shown in this section represent descriptions of various ways components of the JETS system were conducted. The diagrams are actual cases that were depicted during the JETS demonstration.
Synchronous Multi-Patient Event
Use Case 1 is a multi-patient scenario that follows three patients through several roles of care across different training sites. The JETS federation maintains continuity of the patient state across all roles of care and allows multiple simultaneous training events to occur on the same federation.
Asynchronous Single-Patient Event
Use case 2 focuses on asynchronous operation of the JETS federation. A patient micro system is operated in a local network that does not have access to the internet.
Remote Instruction Support
Use case 3 demonstrates the ability of the JETS federation to support remote instruction, allowing an instructor to view and control a JETS federation micro system at a different site.
Faster Than Real Time Operation
Use case 4 describes how the JETS federation can support faster than real-time operation, allowing a longer simulated scenario (such as a prolonged care scenario) to be conducted in a relatively short amount of real-world time.
Tactical System Integration Support
Use case 5 describes how the JETS federation can integrate and interact with a tactical simulation system such as OneSAF. The focus is on integrating casualty information and patient movement coordination.