Decisions are complex. What if you could model and explore the effects of any decision before you implement it in the real world?
At SPA, we recognize that each client faces unique challenges––and the solutions to these challenges are not one-size-fits-all. Our clients require tailored models that can rapidly and flexibly examine numerous options and allow them to make well-informed, cost-saving decisions. The models must have the intelligence to simulate real-world behaviors and the ability to account for uncertainty. As a leader in modeling and simulation software design, SPA first recognized the need for the GCAM software suite over 25 years ago. Since the original successful launch over two decades ago, we have continuously sustained our investment in the suite to ensure timely improvements and upgrades in modeling capabilities, processing power, and speed. Today, SPA is committed to ensuring our GCAM development environment remains state-of-the-art in authoritative models, always ready to inform national security decisions and other complex challenges.
GCAM modeling and simulation software provides our clients with unique, objective, and defensible evidence for making smart cost-effective decisions, time after time.
SPA helped the Navy analyze UAS risks and mitigations by combining our extensive experience in threat assessment, policy and operations, and Modeling and Simulation (M&S) to inform the identification, selection, deployment, and modification of systems that counter UAS (C-UAS). SPA’s comprehensive and integrated approach involving numerous government stakeholders across the DoD, DHS, FAA, FCC and more, enabled rapid and continued improvement of effective C-UAS solutions.
The Theater Anti-Submarine Warfare (TASW) Model examines potential futures for a variety of joint force planning scenarios in a maritime warfare environment. Developed using the GCAM software suite, the TASW model allows stakeholders to assess warfighting instructions and explore the impact of alternative technologies, capabilities, and force structures within the confines of a synthetic environment.
The Joint Pacific Air Campaign Simulation (JPACS) investigates options for enhancing Air Superiority during complex air campaigns within a major warfight. Powered by the GCAM simulation engine, JPACS easily evaluates numerous operational concepts and elements, as well as logistics and sustainment constraints to measure force survivability, force sustainability, and operational effectiveness for a range of force package solutions.