Research & Development

Research and Development Projects

The company’s present research and development capability has evolved as a result of experience gained through contract work for many clients in applications software development and systems integration. These contracts have enabled Compusult to become highly skilled in software design and development and preparation of technical documentation.

Compusult invests significantly in research and development in Web-enabled database access; on-line Internet services; geomatics and geographic information systems; data communications and networks; assistive technology; and physical environmental applications. Some of our efforts have been supported by the Open GIS Consortium (OGC), CANARIE Inc., Industry Canada, and the National Research Council of Canada.

In recent years, Compusult's research endeavors have been helped along by the Atlantic Innovation Fund, which gave $2.3 million over 2 years to expand the Web Enterprise Suite. Click here to read more about this.

By investing in research and development, a company is investing in its future. Compusult recognizes the importance of R & D and its role in remaining competitive in a technology focused industry.

Research and Development Projects

CWID/CWIX

Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID) is a Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff-directed annual event that engages cutting-edge information technology. Read More...

GeoPAD

The Geospatial Platform for Analysis and Decision-Making (GeoPAD) is a Situational Awareness (SA) tool for creating, modifying, and managing geospatial portfolios, supporting analysis and critical decision-making. Read More...

OWS-8

Phase 8 of the Testbed activity to advance OGC's open framework of standards, reviewing and assessing the state of the OGC technical baseline, discussing previous testbed results, and identifying new requirements. Read More...

OWS-7

Phase 7 of the Testbed activity to advance OGC's open framework of standards, reviewing and assessing the state of the OGC technical baseline, discussing previous testbed results, and identifying new requirements. Read More...

OWS-6

A Testbed activity to advance the Open Geospatial Consortium's (OGC) open framework of standards, based on priority geospatial and location based interoperability requirements. Read More...

G-OPS  

Geospatial Open Platform Sensorweb (G-OPS) was an expansion to Compusult's flagship product WES Xi, adding a feature which allowed access to sensors deployed anywhere in the world. Read More...   

SensEarth

The SensEarth project consolidated and made discoverable sensors located anywhere on earth, and made the combined sensor data accessible via the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure (CGDI). Read More...

SensorBay

A GeoConnections-supported project for the development of innovative CGDI technologies, which consolidated and made discoverable a community of sensors in, on and around Placentia Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador. Read More...