The high-energy electron fluxes encountered by satellites in geosynchronous orbit pose a serious threat to onboard instrumentation and other circuitry. A substantial build-up of charge within a satellite's insulators can lead to electric fields in excess of the breakdown strength, which can result in destructive electrostatic discharges. The software tool we've developed uses data on the plasma environment taken from NOAA's GOES-13 satellite to track the resulting electric field strength within a material of arbitrary depth and conductivity and allows us to monitor the risk of material failure in real time. The tool also utilizes a transport algorithm to simulate the effects of shielding on the dielectric. Data on the plasma environment and the resulting electric fields are logged to allow for playback at a variable frame rate.