Unfortunately when it comes to development, much of our code is not released to the public due to privacy and security concerns. In this portfolio you will find code that we have made free for public use as well as a few other items that we feel highlight our development practices. If you would like more information concerning our development experience please contact us and we will be happy to discuss it with you.
Samples of Code
Dynamic Rescue Team Control Script - Written in the LUA scripting language for inclusion into Asset Extraction, the mission we designed for the DCS World flight simulator. It adds functionality to the helicopters that otherwise does not yet exist in the game in the form of a rescue team that intelligently appears when a player helicopter lands in a rescue zone, the rescue team then navigates to the unit being rescued and 'verifies' his (or their) identity, then if a helicopter is still grounded they navigate back to the helicopter with the unit being rescued otherwise if there is no helicopter on the ground in the extraction zone they call for pickup and once a helicopter lands they will make their way back towards it. This is a completely modular script meaning it can be simply included into any mission and used without much, if any, modification. Our first project using the LUA scripting language and a resounding success!
Asset Extraction - A fully dynamic mission written for the DCS World flight simulator. Also the first of its kind as it allows any of the currently available aircraft to participate in the mission. Enemy units appear based on which aircraft are being used, and all radio communications are voice acted and high quality. The mission has very favorable reviews from those that have flown it and has been updated several times to include newly released aircraft as they have become available.
PsyConnect Hotline Client - Our own custom version of the Hotline chat client. Less cluttered than the official client and much more streamlined than the various Java based clients. We weren't happy with what was available so we wrote our own! This project was developed using the C++ language. We stopped using the Hotline Protocol in 2012 due to a more robust IRC solution developed by our friends at IRCCloud.
Blind Accessible PsyConnect Client - Due to one of our very close associates losing his vision, we created a blind accessible version of the PsyConnect client that supports text-to-speech so that even without sight our friend could still participate in the day-to-day conversations that we had. This project was developed using the C# language. We stopped using the Hotline Protocol in 2012 due to a more robust IRC solution developed by our friends at IRCCloud.