Thales had two patents in edtech during Q4 2023.Thales SA has developed a computer-implemented method and system for providing adaptive training to trainees in the context of flight training. The system identifies relevant phases in a flight mission, assesses the trainee’s ease in flight using psychophysiological parameters, and provides training recommendations to target specific skills that are not yet mastered by the trainee. GlobalData’s report on Thales gives a 360-degreee view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Thales grant share with edtech as a theme is 50% in Q4 2023. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: System, method and computer program product for providing adaptive training (Patent ID: US20230343236A1)

The patent filed by Thales SA discloses a computer-implemented method and system for providing adaptive training cursus to a trainee, specifically in the context of flight training. The method involves identifying relevant phases in a flight mission, assessing the ease in flight of the trainee during each phase using psychophysiological parameters, and providing training recommendations based on the conjunction of ease in flight and predefined skills required for each phase. By decomposing the mission into segments, associating them with specific skills, and quantifying skill acquisition based on the trainee's ease level, the system generates personalized training recommendations to target skills that are not yet mastered.

The method further includes steps such as determining the trainee's ease level using physiological data, decomposing the mission into timeslots, and prioritizing skill acquisition from lowest to mastered. The system can be implemented in a flight simulator or real flight scenario, with the ease in flight algorithm model being used to determine the trainee's ease level during flight training sessions. Additionally, the patent covers a computer program with instructions for carrying out the method and a system comprising means to implement the method. Overall, the disclosed method and system aim to enhance training effectiveness by providing personalized recommendations based on the trainee's performance and psychophysiological parameters.

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