RUNWITHIT Synthetics (RWI) creates synthetic digital models of complex systems to support strategic decision makers facing disrupted futures around energy, mobility, and resilience. RWI’s SMP brings to life limitless, hyper-localized scenarios for any global city, their people, businesses, traffic, air quality, weather, infrastructure, policies, new and existing technologies, even disasters. It enables “in sillico” trials to calculate all of the impacts informing and accelerating novel, de-risked, effective innovation adoption, policy, and investments, to rapidly design and optimize their futures in sustainability, equity, and resilience. RWI brings Synthetic Modelling with a human-centric focus to a world facing disruption. Some recent successes include being selected as a finalist with the Toyota Mobility Foundation’s City Architecture of Tomorrow (CATCH) delivering Synthetic KL, an SSE design environment to achieve “Mobility for All” as a part of the Kuala Lumpur 2040 plan. As well as being selected as a top ten finalist in the Airbus and World Economic Forums “Why Stop at Zero” Net-Zero Mobility Challenge. Additionally, RWI partnered with EPRI and was selected as winners of the AFWERX Showcase, Reimagining Energy Culture Policy and Education for the US Airforce by delivering a Synthetic Base. RWI extended SSE’s to model Space Domain Awareness to simulate any relevant scenario of disruption or mitigation to interconnected space assets and Earth-based entities, and play the process forward in time and space with measurement of cascading impacts. RWI is a women-led, Certified Aboriginal Business, and has been recognized for its commitment to diversity and inclusion in hiring practices, corporate culture, and the environments and data RWI builds for clients. RWI’s highly technical team is representative, diverse, and all team members are GBA+ certified. RWI’s brings a unique creative and collaborative approach, a direct result of our inclusive practices and leadership.