The one constant in life is change, as the saying goes, which means that in an ever-changing and shifting world, companies and organisations need to be prepared for the inevitable.

It’s here where Miraya excels, helping both civilian and military organisations through these continual changes, preparing them for adjustments and fluctuations, and helping them perform to the best of their ability throughout. Through real life exercises and training, the Miraya method has made it possible for these organisations to visualise input data and transform it into concrete intelligence, allowing them to work at optimal speeds and pave the way for future strategies.


With our unique and proven method, our experienced consultants will help you better understand your data, and deliver actionable insights.

With our unique and proven method, our experienced consultants will help you better understand your data, and deliver actionable insights.

In the military, anti-aircraft warfare and aircraft missiles are purposely built to avoid each other. By employing our unique method we are able to gather data from both, and combine it with map data, surveillance data, graphs, and other relevant information to provide sound intelligence. And the same goes for civilian organisations as well.

These results are made possible through the use of the Miraya method – a system designed to recreate and visualise events by way of gathering different types of data from any part of an organisation, and its products or services.

By merging different data, we are able to reconstruct an event, apply a holistic approach, and display visual, analytic results that give our clients a unique perspective on particular incidents as they have occurred. This analytical method has been successfully battle-tested within the Swedish Armed Forces, but can easily be applied to a wide variety of businesses and needs.



SWEFINEX-16 was a large military exercise performed by Sweden and Finland with the goal of raising the Finnish-Swedish battle group’s operational readiness

The exercise was held in and around the land and waters of Gotland, Sweden, and its purpose was to improve the Finnish and Swedish Navy’s ability to participate in international crisis management operations and to develop the joint naval ships departmental units and their interaction. Exercises such as these are ideal in putting the use of combined data to the test, and the results can have a significant impact on future decisions and operations.


With our services and tools, we help law enformcement agencies, rescue service etc.

In an emergency, arriving at the right place at the right time with the right tools can literally be a matter of life or death. However, not only do people in law enforcement and emergency services have little room for error when responding to a call, they often have to operate under strict financial and budgetary limitations as well.

Showing up at the right place, at the right time and with proper equipment and staff can often be a matter of life and death. There is little room for error.

But not only do people in law enforcement, fire departments, rescue services and hospitals have to deliver this service to the citizens, most emergency services also work with strict financial limitations and have to make the best use of their budgets.

It’s here that Miraya can make a practical difference – by using empirical data from actual events to provide emergency services with actionable insights that can help improve their operations, and allow them to continue serving the public as cost-effectively as possible.



Miraya has a long history of implementing and optimising complex data sources in organisations that demand flawless execution.

Emergency services have high logistical standards, with lives literally depending on their ability to arrive at the right place, at the right time. At Miraya, we have tried and tested experience in working with exactly these types of organisations, delivering world-class quality and services both to our clients and the communities they serve. When partnering with emergency services, we offer stress tests, event reconstruction, and continual improvements to ensure the public receive the highest level of care at all times.


When it comes to tracking and rescue operations, time is a crucial factor

A minute saved can be the difference between a successful or unsuccessful outcome, and sometimes between life and death. By retrospectively compiling, analysing and evaluating events, we can identify potential improvements that could result in more effective life-saving interventions in the future.



Being able to execute a strategy more effectively than the competition can help to create higher customer and shareholder value. But being able to do so requires data and insights – elements that Miraya can provide

Formulating a winning strategy in order to gain a competitive advantage can be difficult. It requires a sound understanding of where a business is currently, where it is heading, and the steps needed to take it in the right direction. More than this, executing a successful business strategy requires operational excellence – needing to know what works, what doesn’t, and how to continue improving. In short, both formulating a sound strategy and executing it requires data, business intelligence and insights.

It’s here where Miraya comes in – providing tools and services to help your company or organisation make sense of existing data, and gain actionable insights that will enable you to become more competitive, more productive, and more successful.



Miraya’s services can be successfully used for validation, test evaluation, and troubleshooting systems

By using data analysis and geographic data visualisation, we have been able to identify errors in the visualisation of aircraft transponder systems. We achieved this by combining and visualising the navigation data from the aircraft (GPS), the search and surveillance radar, and the broken transponder system. As a result, we were able to clarify that the error was due to an incorrect geographical basis for calculating the position of the transponder.