| AF SBIR/STTR | Aug. 1, 2016
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When the military wanted to thwart major supply problems during Hurricane Sandy, it turned to a software system created by a small business in the Midwest.
This versatile analysis engine, called Syscape, was developed by Ohio-based Edaptive Computing Inc. with assistance from the Air Force Small Business Innovation Research/ Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) Program. Syscape is being adapted for a variety of defense and commercial needs, which is fueling big growth at the company.
During Hurricane Sandy, for example, the Air Force kept watch on its supply chain with Syscape to determine potential availability problems with weapons system parts. The tool also has been used to simulate scenarios where the famous Stuxnet computer virus is introduced into a system.
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