Daniel H. Wagner Associates, Inc. is an employee owned company founded in 1963. Our corporate office is located in Exton, Pennsylvania, with offices in Hampton, Virginia and Vienna, Virginia. Wagner Associates maintains a technical staff of the highest quality that design, develop, implement, market, and provide training for custom scientific software. We provide highly effective and useful solutions to complex and technically challenging operational problems for defense and non-defense customers. Wagner Associates is particularly experienced at implementing sophisticated mathematical algorithms in software modules that can be used effectively by military personnel in real-world operations. We work closely with our customers to ensure that their needs are satisfied and that they can effectively utilize our software products in performing their mission and achieving their goals.

As a company and as individuals, Wagner Associates has received widespread recognition for outstanding contributions to both government and private industry. Wagner Associates invented (starting in 1972 with the CASP Search and Rescue system) and has continued to further develop the field of computer assisted search (CAS). These CAS systems use highly sophisticated mathematical algorithms to evaluate and optimize the effectiveness of Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW), Surface Warfare (SUW), Air Warfare (AW), and Mine Countermeasures (MCM) and Search and Rescue (SAR) operations. In particular, the Navy has used these systems very effectively in real-world and exercise operations. These CAS systems were the first implementations of what are now known as “particle filters”. Wagner Associates was also the originator of the IOU Kalman Filter (aka Maneuvering Target Statistical Tracker (MTST)), which has been utilized in many DoD systems such as the Global Command and Control System (GCCS) and the Tomahawk Weapon Control System (TWCS).


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