ZedaSoft was started in 1999 to help Lockheed Martin's Business Development group demonstrate the advanced capabilities of the F-22 aircraft using ZedaSoft's unclassified flight simulators. Their goal was to help educate our nation's decision makers on the benefits of the F-22 fighter aircraft. The requirements were for a portable simulator that could withstand the hazards of long road trips while maintaining 100% operational availability. The success of these simulators allowed ZedaSoft to grow its business both with other defense contractors and directly with our military services.
ZedaSoft’s founders started the company with a different attitude towards the simulation and visualization industry.
The company's founders - each of whom had over 20 years experience in the simulation and computer graphics industry - realized that legacy military simulation software systems were inflexible and error-prone, and that the antiquated technology base upon which most of that software was built made it difficult for young programmers to be productive.
Our experience drove the quest for a newer, more modular approach to simulation architecture which culminated in the development of ZedaSoft’s Container-Based Architecture (CBA®) for Simulation product. Our change-driven design methodology provides our customers with faster system deployment timelines, simplifies changes, and provides an overall lower simulator life cycle cost.
This unique design approach is based on the concept of Fractal Containment™, which makes it easy to change the components involved for each simulation. Our approach has been patented by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office under patents 7,516,052 and 8,150,664.
CBA for Simulation is now entering its third generation of software evolution and continues to provide the time-to-market edge and reliability our customers demand.