Given the complexity and costs to develop and maintain today’s software intensive business and application systems, high quality software needs to be developed and maintained using the latest and best software development practices, processes, and technology. Through Quanterion’s software engineering training and consulting services, we are able to guide you at selecting and implementing the best approaches and technology to maximize your return on software investment dollars. We have the expertise and experience needed whether you are looking for a custom solution, looking to maintain an existing system, or need assistance in selecting, customizing, or configuring an open source solution. Below we highlight some of the projects we have worked on. Many of our projects are for the government and as such are not publicly releasable.

Example Projects

Autonomous Systems

Autonomous Systems is composed of ground, air, or sea-launched kinetic munitions that utilize on-board sensors, algorithms, and control methods to improve estimates on the target state, to understand the implications of the engagement situation/environment, or to…  Read More


Product Reliability Online Tools Collection (PROTOCOL) is an online reliability knowledge base developed for the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) under the DoD’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. It includes…  Read More

Handbook of Software Reliability & Security Testing

Quanterion developed and published the “Handbook of Software Reliability and Security Testing”, a comprehensive manual developed for the DoD’s Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC).
The increasing complexity of modern systems, and systems-of-systems,…  Read More

System Reliability Toolkit

Under the former Reliability Information Analysis Center (RIAC), Quanterion’s staff collaborated with the Data and Analysis Center for Software (DACS) (another DTIC-sponsored IAC) to develop the System Reliability Toolkit, an update to the successful Reliability…  Read More