Technology Research & Integration
Issues faced by the research community include the ability to share and incorporate information and ensuring access to the most current data. DSoft Technology has assisted in a number of projects that facilitate collaboration in addition to simpler functions such as scheduling and calendar functions and the collection of metrics. Our work has ensured that our clients' work is conducted in the most efficient manner possible.
Astrodynamic Standard Software Support
In support of AFSPC/XPY, DSoft Technology is providing software expertise and services for the AFSPC Astrodynamic Standard Software. AFSPC developed Astrodynamic Standard Software to emulate the operational astrodynamic algorithms used by the Space Control Center (SCC) in the Cheyenne Mountain Operations Center. This was done to help ensure interoperability, reduce future software development and sustainment costs, and provide the ability to more easily upgrade the SCC algorithms. DSoft Technology is responsible for software support and configuration management of these standards.
Optika Switch Development
DSoft Technology developed a VB6 COM Object to integrate events received from the Siemens HiPath ProCenter (HPPC) Server into Optika's Acorde product. The solution we provided monitored call center telephone events received from the HPPC Server and passed the desired events to Acorde. Integration with the Acorde product used interfaces and COM Objects exposed by Acorde to perform call pop actions on the respective agents' PC as incoming call events occurred. Integration between the HPPC Server and the Acorde application allowed for the application to "pop" customer account detail to/from agent PCs as agents connected, transferred and disconnected telephone calls.
Interosa QViewer & Messaging System Test Harness
The QViewer is an application that acts as a text (RTF) viewer but denies all user attempts to copy, print, screen capture, and otherwise duplicate the contents of the document. QViewer is a main component of the Interosa secure mail system. The DSoft Technology team also built automated Java test harnesses and developed test plans for the the messaging system. QViewer is a registered trademark of Interosa, Inc.
The USAFA Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership is studying memory deficits seen in air traffic controllers and attention deficits experienced by pilots. Research was performed by measuring eye movements and showing where observers are looking (and where they are not looking) when information changes in a complex real-world display. The overall goal of the effort is to use eye tracking measures taken through an eye sensor and correlated using custom software to examine how critical information is being visually processed and remembered by observers and compare display highlighting techniques.
The FORETELL™ program is a multi-state initiative integrating Intelligent Transportation Systems with advanced weather prediction systems. As the first project of its kind, FORETELL is playing a major role in creating an operational highway maintenance management and traveler information system for North America. Overall goals of the project included reducing winter-condition related accidents and creating a viable road and weather information network across the continent. FORETELL is a registered trademark of CRC.
The project entails business process, requirements development, design, development, and maintenance for a new telco application. DSoft Technology is also responsible for all technology migration and development for the Denver-based project.
Fluke Networks required support for a complex web services platform. DSoft Technology was part of a technical team that provided design and development of new product features and extensions as well as remediation of defects, ensuring support for both internal and external customers. The end result was a set of industry-standard integration capabilities that enable efficient business management of IT services and support. Technologies used: C# and .NET.