What We Have Developed

CPI is a highly-skilled professional services oriented company that provides scientific and software development expertise and IT services to a variety of government and private customers. Scientific services are provided by a diverse group of highly trained personnel with established reputations in their fields of expertise. Experienced engineers and architects provide software development services and related products using cutting-edge technologies while employing low-risk, mature software development practices. CPI has combined its scientific and software development capabilities to provide several research-grade software products to the general public. Continued integration of CPI's scientific and software expertise is expected to yield new services and products in the areas of real-time modeling and simulation, operational ground data analysis systems, and multi-physics applications for the earth sciences.


Currently available software:

ACT Atmospheric Correction Tool (ACT)
ACT is a software tool for performing atmospheric correction of remotely-sensed imagery. Read more >

AETHER Model Atmospheric Effects on Transfer of Heat and Environmental Radiation (AETHER™)
The Atmospheric Effects on Transfer of Heat and Environmental Radiation (AETHER™) software product is a CPI-owned band-model atmospheric radiative transfer code which outputs the full radiative environment in the UV, visible, infrared and millimeter wave spectral regions for support of both scene and signature simulations. Read more >

Atmospheric Ultraviolet Radiance Integrated Code (AURIC)
AURIC is a software package for upper atmospheric radiance modeling from the far ultraviolet to the near infrared. Read more >

GAIA Model Global-scene Architecture for Integrated atmosphere, terrain, and cloud Analysis (GAIA™)
GAIA™ is a software tool for simulating high-fidelity terrain and cloud imagery in the UV, visible and IR portions of the spectrum for any point on Earth, at any time of year. Read more >

MOSART Model Moderate Spectral Atmospheric Radiance and Transmittance (MOSART)
The Moderate Spectral Atmospheric Radiance and Transmittance (MOSART) computer program is a U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) standard code for calculating accurate and realistic atmospheric transmission and radiance along sensor-target line-of-sight paths and optical radiance backgrounds. Read more >

OCEANUS Model OCEAN Universal Scene (OCEANUS™) Model
OCEANUS™ is a software tool for calculating high-fidelity ocean background scenes in the UV, visible and IR portions of the spectrum for any point on Earth, at any time of year. Read more >

Parameterized Ionospheric Model Parameterized Ionospheric Model
The Parameterized Ionospheric Model (PIM) is a fast global ionospheric and plasmaspheric model based on a combination of the parameterized output of several regional theoretical ionosphere models and an empirical plasmaspheric model. Read more >