GMD

GMD and GIC Questions Answered

Geomagnetic Hazard AnalysisWhether you're just getting started or ready to implement a detailed GIC mitigation plan, CPI can help you find the right solutions to fit your needs. Our team and external partners have extensive experience in space weather, GICs, power engineering and geophysics, so you can be confident in your answers.

We offer a range of solutions from consulting to customized electric field modeling and monitoring. To speak with an expert GMD scientist, please contact CPI's Geomagnetic Hazard Analysis division: 303-442-3992.

AVERT
For Historical Analysis and Real Time Monitoring

AVERT is the only electric field monitoring tool that uses regional and local data for site specific calculations.

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CPI’s GMD Division Represented at IEEE Power Energy Transmission Distribution

GMD shm leydenCPI's GMD Division Represented at IEEE Power & Energy (PES) Transmission & Distribution (T&D) Conference and Exposition.

Come visit us at Booth 334 the week of May 2-5 in Dallas, TX for the Go Big 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference and Exposition.

Learn about geomagnetically-induced currents (GICs) and the risks they impose on the power infrastructure. Watch a live demonstration of real-time localized electric field modeling with AVERT using measured magnetic field data provided by GIC Magnetics' Space Hazard Monitor (SHM). Pictured is a SHM installed at the Leyden Mine test site in Colorado.

GMD and GIC Questions?

Whether you're just getting started or ready to implement a detailed GIC mitigation plan, CPI can help you find the right solutions to fit your needs. Our team and external partners have extensive experience in space weather, GICs, power engineering and geophysics, so you can be confident in your answers.

We offer a range of solutions from consulting to customized electric field modeling and monitoring. To speak with an expert GMD scientist, please contact CPI's Geomagnetic Hazard Analysis division: 303-442-3992.

Welcome to CPI

CPI | Computational Physics, Inc.

Computational Physics, Inc. (CPI) was founded to perform scientific research. The research findings are used to characterize radiation properties of the Earth’s upper atmosphere and develop new remote sensing techniques for better understanding the upper atmosphere and ionosphere.

Today, CPI continues to be active in these areas but has broadened its work. We now also address remote sensing of the Earth’s complete environment, including the terrain, oceans, the lower and middle atmospheres (including clouds), ionospheric effects on signals, data assimilation techniques for specification of the state of the global ionosphere, software architectures using object-oriented concepts for distributed processing, and architectures and techniques for integration of satellite ground data processing systems.