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OTS' current and former clients include:

Air Mobility Command (AMC)
OTS has built a system for the USAF's Air Mobility Command (AMC) that finds optimal aircraft routes, taking into account weather as well as the relevant aviation rules. WARP, our Worldwide Aeronautical Route Planner, enables aircraft to use the minimal amount of fuel in flight. WARP can quickly find optimal flight paths using actual weather and performance data for various aircraft, saving considerably on fuel use. OTS currently maintains WARP, and ACFP–the flight-planning system that WARP supports–for AMC. WARP is currently used by AMC to route their cargo and air-refueling flights.


Connected Signals, Inc.
OTS has developed advanced routing software for Connected Signals, Inc. This software takes vehicle position information, real-time traffic light information, map data, and predictive models and estimates upcoming traffic light status.


Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA)
Significant shipyard-scheduling-systems customers have included the Office of Naval Research, the US Navy's Virginia Submarine Program Office, and the Naval Sea Systems Command Logistics, Maintenance and Industrial Operations Directorate (NAVSEA 04). OTS has worked for NAVSEA 04 on a number of contracts, including with Norfolk Naval Shipyard rescheduling a completed carrier repair project to demonstrate ARGOS' ability to provide savings to the Navy while also managing their constraints and business rules.


Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Both military and commercial carriers need to route multiple aircraft efficiently in the face of many conflicting requirements. Since resources are usually limited, this often leads to global resource-allocation conflicts. OTS has developed DWARP, the Distributed Worldwide Aeronautical Route Planner, for the US Air Force Research Laboratory as a prototype decision support tool that makes flight planning more effective in an environment where resources must be shared across multiple sorties. The system uses a distributed processing model to compare and contrast multiple WARP-generated flight plans and choose the best.