HISTORY OF COBRA
Since initial product development began in 1999, COBRA has been used by a variety of United States (U.S.) and international federal, state, and local authorities in support of decision, emergency, and crisis management. The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) deployed COBRA as the tactical control system for the 2002 Winter Olympics and to all accredited bomb squads across the U.S. In 2004, the U.S. Department of Defense designated COBRA as the decision support system for the GUARDIAN program, installing it in over 200 U.S. military locations worldwide. Starting in 2013, the U.S. Air National Guard deployed COBRA to all its emergency operation centers. Since 2012, COBRA has been used by the Brazilian Army and Navy as the official command, control, and reconnaissance system for high visibility events including RIO +20 conference, the Papal Visit in 2013, the 2014 FIFA World Cup, and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. In 2015, Belgium chose COBRA as its National Incident Management System.
COBRA is owned by Dynamis, Inc., an international integrated services provider for U.S. and international federal agencies, specializing in preparedness and economic resilience and comprehensive mission support services. Currently, Dynamis utilizes its COBRA software technology to develop and deliver custom, practical technology solutions to the federal government and commercial customers both domestically and internationally. This allows Dynamis to quickly design, build, and deployable custom IT products across all of our solution domains. Combining Dynamis’ defense, security, and emergency management subject matter expertise with our COBRA software development capability, we can better serve our customers by creating focused IT products tailored to each customer’s specific mission requirements.
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