We are an award winning producer of game-based modeling, simulation, and training (MST) products. Leveraging our real time strategy (RTS) games experience, we have expanded our suite of products to include a licensable game framework and simulation engine (SE II) for continuous learning, modeling, and simulation.
Sonalysts is an employee-owned business with a strong tradition of entrepreneurship. We have shown that we are adept at combining our creative minds and technical services to produce state-of-the-art products and services. Leveraging our subject matter expertise, technical innovation, and corporate resources, we continue to develop intellectual property that supports our client’s desires while producing long-term value and market differentiation.
Conventional cyber defense methods use a signature-based approach that can leave an organization blind to complex threats and left in a reactionary security state. Our Cyber Health Analytics platform provides a proactive defense strategy by delivering actionable information of network activity to our customers. Coupled with periodic auditing and assessment strategies, our methods can provide a holistic view of the health and compliance of your network.
We developed the Spatial Analysis Link Tool (SALT) for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia. SALT was built on open source technologies, using open standards and provides a reliable platform on which to conduct spatial analysis. A simple SALT workflow allows the user to import an image of a space from Visio, CAD, or even PowerPoint. Any standard graphics format is accepted. Then, the user can place people and equipment into the space and define the relationships and interactions between them.
Our weather and aviation product, wXstation™ is used to track airplanes in a 3D meteorological environment. WXstation grew out of a military command and control system that had been designed for anti-submarine warfare. The software infrastructure was originally developed for the US Navy to use to track submarines in a 3D oceanographic environment.