ADASHI is from OptiMetrics, Inc., a leading developer of CBRN hazard decision-aid software for both military and civilian use. Founded in 1979, OptiMetrics provides a variety of scientific research and engineering services to its customers in addition to its CBRN software products. ADASHI stands for Automated Decision Aid System for Hazardous Incidents. James Genovese and a team of scientists at the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical and Biological Research Center invented the ADASHI technology in 1999. OptiMetrics is developing ADASHI under a licensing arrangement with the U.S. Army. OptiMetrics’ other major software product is NBCWaRN – the Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Warning and Reporting Network. NBCWaRN is designed to help the military professional rapidly gather, correlate, and assess NBC reports from the battlefield, and generate real-time hazard predictions and warnings. NBCWaRN contains the same core software used in the next-generation US Military’s JWARN, chemical, biological and nuclear battlefield reporting system. OptiMetrics is a prime contractor to Northrop Grumman Mission Systems in development of JWARN. OptiMetrics also provides research services to the US Army in CBRNe defense. We support maintenance of DTRA’s HPAC WMD plume model and analysis of advanced terrorist threats.
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