Syracuse, NY – Please join SRC, Inc., at The Open Group, Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) and Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA™) Consortia’s Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM). The virtual event is an opportunity for industry and DoD leaders to convene, learn and exchange ideas about the advancement of open system standards like the FACE and SOSA technical standards.
SRC is committed to meeting the Tri-Services Modular Open Systems Architecture (MOSA) challenge with proven experience in C4ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS), Modular Open Radio Frequency Architecture (MORA), VICTORY, REDHAWK, Tactical Open Architecture (TOA) and Open VPX frameworks. The company joined the SOSA Consortium in 2018 and has been an active participant in the MOSA initiative for years.
SRC is currently developing SOSA-aligned technologies designed to bring advanced capabilities to the warfighter in small, modular and interoperable systems. SRC has previously leveraged open architecture frameworks in hardware, software and firmware to develop advanced systems like the SkyChaser® on-the-move surveillance radar, Agile Condor® high performance embedded computing architecture, and the High Roller ISR data collection payload.
As part of the 2021 Virtual TIM, SRC is showcasing the SRC6458 CMOSS/SOSA-Aligned Payload, a software defined radio card that is a fully compliant REDHAWK Front End Interface 2.0 tuner device. Contact SRC today for more information on the company’s open architecture systems and to request a demo of the SRC6458 CMOSS/SOSA-Aligned Payload Card. For news on upcoming events focused around MOSA principles, please visit: https://tsoa-id.net/news/
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