ADASHI stands for Automated Decision Aid System for Hazardous Incidents. James Genovese and a team of scientists at the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical and Biological Research Center invented the ADASHI technology in 1999.
ADASHI was originally developed by OptiMetrics, Inc., a leading developer of CBRN hazard decision-aid software for military use, under a licensing agreement with the U.S. Army. ADASHI Systems LLC acquired all rights to the ADASHI software technology in 2012.
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"Now our team can make better-informed decisions at the click of a mouse."
Baltimore (MD) City Fire Department
"We love the user interface. ADASHI will save time and increase safety."
Cadillac (MI) Fire Department
"I have many tools available, but always use ADASHI first."
Queen Anne's County (MD) Department of Emergency Services