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OSI for hardware/software interoperability
Author(s): Richard J. Wood; Donald L. Harvey; Richard W. Linderman; Gary A. Gardener; Gerard T. Capraro
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Paper Abstract

There is a need in public safety for real-time data collection and transmission from one or more sensors. The Rome Laboratory and the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization are pursuing an effort to bring the benefits of Open System Architectures (OSA) to embedded systems within the Department of Defense. When developed properly OSA provides interoperability, commonality, graceful upgradeability, survivability and hardware/software transportability to greatly minimize life cycle costs, integration and supportability. Architecture flexibility can be achieved to take advantage of commercial accomplishments by basing these developments on vendor-neutral commercially accepted standards and protocols.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 March 1994
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2102, Coupling Technology to National Need, (7 March 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.170638
Show Author Affiliations
Richard J. Wood, Rome Lab. (United States)
Donald L. Harvey, Rome Lab. (United States)
Richard W. Linderman, Rome Lab. (United States)
Gary A. Gardener, Honeywell Space and Strategic Systems Operations (United States)
Gerard T. Capraro, Capraro Technologies Inc. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2102:
Coupling Technology to National Need
Arthur H. Guenther; Louis D. Higgs, Editor(s)

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