Tsunami Tsoftware, Inc. is a small business, incorporated in the State of Florida. Its roots are from Database Generation and Radar Simulation at General Electric, Simulation and Control Systems Department (SCSD), Daytona Beach ... now part of Lockheed Martin Information Systems (LMIS) ... with Tsunami founders at the heart of the Compu-Scene DRLMS and TARGET design teams.

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Our key personnel bring extensive simulation background to the company from decades of experience with GE SCSD, LMIS, Gould, Inc., Singer-Link Flight Systems Division, and NASA Ames SimLab:
  • Radar Simulation - The list of major programs that Tsunami engineers have participated in throughout their careers is extensive, including: MRCA Tornado, EA-6B, KC-135, B-52, F-16 DRLMS (AN/APG-66) and IDRLMS (AN/APG-68), MH53J DRLMS (APQ-58), IVACC B-1B (APQ-164) and F-15E (APG-70) Compu-Scene DRLMS, F-16 Armstrong Labs. We have worked with most radar modes (air-to-ground, terrain following radar (TFR), terrain avoidance (TA), ground moving target track (GMTT), etc.) and environmental and radar effects (weather, jamming, beacons, etc.)

  • Synthetic Environment database generation software tools and formatters, applied to both company-proprietary formats and generic industry standards (Project 2851 SSDB Interchange Format (SIF) and SEDRIS)

  • Real-time multi-processor and distributed computing in radar simulations and distributed systems such as IAFIS.

  • Real-time Host software for piloted flight simulators

  • Synthetic Environment data management

  • Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar simulations

  • Windows display drivers for graphics adaptors

  • Project, systems, and software systems engineering for both government contracts and the highly competitive commercial product development arena

  • Process Improvement Programs, audits, development and test for certifications such as ISO and Microsoft Windows Hardware Quality Labs (WHQL)
Tsunami Tsoftware has the technical knowledge and experience to develop prototypes, make design decisions and tradeoffs. We can drive a radar simulation to completion from the proposal through software development, host/radar integration, and acceptance testing.