Lagging just behind Absolon in net worth and R&D budget, Isalis is a tech giant that draws its employees from Serica and the Pax alike. As the name suggests, Isalis produces and funds extensive research on atmosphere control and protection systems. With an overarching company directive of sustainability and improving the condition of a devastated planet, Isalis’ incredibly advanced systems draw a number of private and government customers while their progressive and groundbreaking research initiatives continue to pull in the best and brightest from other corporations.
The grandest and most obvious Isalis projects are the electromagnetic domes, towering conduction rods, and immense particle collection kites that work to protect otherwise vulnerable areas from the ravages of Arcatia’s shattered ionosphere. Their terraforming, seismic reconstruction, and lifeform repopulation projects are no less grand in their ambition, if not generally further from public sight and consciousness. Those who work at sea, however, appreciate Isalis for one of their most basic but perhaps most essential service, weather monitoring. Isalis probes, drones, buoys, detectors, outposts, ships, and aircraft outnumber the purpose-built seismic and atmospheric prediction/plotting assets of all other nations and supercorporations. This means that every weather report, tide chart, magnetic map, storm warning, and route update is more likely than not an Isalis product.
Isalis is also responsible for a number of renewable energy sources from wind turbines and tidal generators to particle collectors and, in rare cases, solar panels. Though they have shied away from Radiothermal technology since the War they continue to upgrade and produce systems to guarantee the safe disposal (or relatively safe destruction in the all-too-common case of an unexpected ditch) of Radiothermal generators.