The I.B.R.I.S. (Short for Integrated Behavioral Raptor Intelligence Study) was a program to study the intelligence of Velociraptors that began development in 2012.
In 1992, Dr. Henry Wu noticed high shared intelligence in the cloned Velociraptor.
Oversaw by InGen Security Division commander Vic Hoskins, the project began in 2012. The raptors created were kept in the Raptor Research Arena on Isla Nublar and Owen Grady was hired to train them. Among the raptors created during the project's initial phase was Subject V-2, who was later killed for aggressive and unpredictable behavior. Throughout the project's lifespan, many raptors died from a variety of causes. In 2013, Owen Grady recommended his friend Barry to Vic Hoskins after discovering the raptors' pack dynamic was much more complicated than he and the other works had thought. Barry was eventually hired for the project as the caretaker of the Velociraptors.
One of the apparent aims of the project was for an attraction for Jurassic World when there was a set of raptors that were fully trained, but Vic Hoskins wanted to control the Velociraptors in training so that they can be used in military operations, which Owen disagreed with.
By 2015, there was a pack of Velociraptors consisting of Blue, Charlie, Delta, and Echo. During the Isla Nublar Incident of 2015 when Hoskins took control of Jurassic World after Simon Masrani's death, he got his wish to use raptors for combat and used the current Velociraptor pack to hunt an escaped Indominus rex. But the Velociraptor sided with the Indominus and proceeded to kill several Asset Containment Unit troopers with Vic himself being killed just after the skirmish by Delta.
With Blue the only raptor confirmed alive and with the overseer of the project having been killed in the incident, it can be presumed the IBRIS Project was deemed a failure.