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|Harris Corporation Outlines Approach to FAA Service-Oriented Architecture in Technical Paper During Annual ATCA Conference|
WASHINGTON, DC, — A technical paper that offers insight into Harris Corporation's approach to using a service-oriented architecture (SOA) to meet the challenges of a network-centric, System Wide Information Management (SWIM) system for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is being featured prominently during the 51st Annual Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Conference and Exposition (Harris Booth #415) being held October 29 through November 1 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.
Titled "Using a Service-Oriented Architecture for Implementing System Wide Information Management: Considerations for the FAA Enterprise Architecture," the Harris technical paper discusses how using an SOA facilitates an incremental approach to the design and implementation of a SWIM system that can help the FAA to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective and more scalable National Airspace System (NAS) infrastructure. The paper was published in the ATCA Journal of Air Traffic Control and the ATCA Annual Conference Proceedings, and is being featured during the annual conference.
"The NAS represents one of the most challenging arenas for development of cost-effective information technology solutions, and any SWIM architecture must be closely aligned with the FAA's goals and realities," said Jeremy Wensinger, group president of Integrated Systems and Services for the Harris Government Communications Systems Division. "This technical paper offers insight into the Harris approach for implementing the first-generation SWIM system as a service-oriented architecture to help create a robust, flexible, scalable, high-performance and high-quality SWIM solution."
The paper was co-authored by Daniel Davis, an IR&D principal investigator working on SOA; Jie Zhao, a software engineer working on messaging architectures for FAA and NOAA systems; and William Branan, a software engineer with expertise in Java-based Web application development technologies. In addition to the white paper publication, Harris will demonstrate its visions for SWIM in its booth during the conference exposition.
Harris Government Communications Systems Division conducts advanced research studies, develops prototypes, and produces and supports state-of-the-art, assured communications™ solutions and information systems that solve the mission-critical challenges of its military and government customers, while serving as the technology base for the company's diverse commercial businesses. Harris Corporation is an international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial markets in more than 150 countries. With headquarters in Melbourne, Florida, the company has annual sales of $3.5 billion and nearly 14,000 employees, including more than 6,000 engineers and scientists. The company's four operating divisions serve markets for government communications, RF communications, broadcast communications, and microwave communications. For more information, visit www.harris.com.
Lunes, 30 Octubre, 2006 - 06:59