Our Clients


D2K works as a collaborative, but independent, software and system integration contractor with each of the clients we support. Each client’ s objectives and needs are uniquely different and require a systematic design approach that addresses the objectives in the most cost effective and timely manner. This can best be done working closely with our client’s technical staff and becoming intimately aware of the problems that need resolution.


Stennis Space Center

SSC Engineers invent, design, and test innovative software tools, algorithms, and systems that enable the next generation of space exploration. These technologies are then available for commercial licensing to stimulate the U.S. economy.

D2K has been working closely with SSC Engineers in the following areas:

  • Invent, Design, and Test
  • NASA Platform for Autonomous Systems
  • SBIRR/STTR
  • Advanced Wireless Sensors
 

General Atomics

Founded originally in 1955 as a division of General Dynamics, General Atomics (“GA”) and its affiliated companies now constitute one of the world's leading resources for high-technology systems ranging from the nuclear fuel cycle to electromagnetic systems, remotely operated surveillance aircraft, airborne sensors, and advanced electronic, wireless and laser technologies.

D2K has been an active partner in the electric motor-based Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) system developed for the Department of Defense/U.S.Navy which provides for aircraft deceleration during aircraft carrier recovery operations. AAG allows for arrestment of a broad range of aircraft, reducing manning and maintenance, and provides higher reliability and safety margins. AAG's design uses simple, proven energy-absorbing water turbines coupled to a large induction motor for fine control of the arresting forces

D2K is providing us with critical support for our U.S. Navy Advanced Arresting Gear System Prognostics and Health Management System. The G2-based system has proven to be the fastest to deliver and least buggy CSCI within our software system which has over 40 independent processes. The prognostics system continues to help us debug the rest of the system.
— Ravi Kapadia, Lead Software Engineer, Advanced Arresting Gear System, General Atomics, Electromagnetic Systems Division