Setup Instructions for the Applied Anomaly Detection Tool (AADT) Web Server

Report No. ARL-TR-7798
Authors: Christian D Schlesiger
Date/Pages: September 2016; 48 pages
Abstract: The Applied Anomaly Detection Tool (AADT) is a software application that allows trainers to create and administer courses to teach trainees identification through visual cues of anomalies through imagery. Two versions of the software have been developed by the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) that deal with 2 different subjects: improvised explosive device signature (IEDS) identification and unmanned aircraft system (UAS) identification. The application allows the trainer to use an ARL-developed course that can be modified to fit individual requirements or create a brand new course, if desired. This tool has been developed for many platforms: Android, iOS, and Windows. The Windows version has been developed as a web server that allows the application to be run through any web browser. This report contains the detailed instructions for setting up that web server on a computer running Microsoft Windows.
Distribution: Approved for public release
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Last Update / Reviewed: September 1, 2016