Final Report project PROFET: Performance evaluation and needs analysis focused on operational experience based training Project endurance 2012 – 2014


  • Sanna Aronsson
  • Henrik Artman
  • Jonathan Borgvall
  • Joel Brynielsson
  • Martin Castor
  • Sinna Lindquist
  • Robert Ramberg

Publish date: 2014-12-31

Report number: FOI-R--3958--SE

Pages: 47

Written in: Swedish


  • human factors
  • human effectiveness
  • human system interaction
  • training
  • readiness
  • performance
  • mental workload
  • situation awareness
  • simulator
  • system development
  • assessment methodology
  • measurement
  • behavioural science
  • air force
  • Red Flag
  • Operation Unified Protector
  • FL02
  • FLSC


The current report is the final report of the PROFET-project (Performance Evaluation and Requirements Analysis for Operationally Focused Experience-based Training) and describes research activities conducted between 2012 and 2014. The project was a method and prototype development project where the activities revolved around the methods and tools of behavioural requirements definition and measurement with particular emphasis on training. The thematic focus has been "the learning organization". These methods and tools give the Armed Forces the ability to evaluate central human-related concepts such as quality of training and operational human-system performance. The activities of the project have to a large extent been conducted within the framework of the cooperation agreement IMTR II (International Mission Training Research II) with the U.S. Air Force Research Lab (AFRL).