Software Modernization in Military Systems Webcast to take place Nov. 30

NASHUA, N.H., 22 Nov. 2006 Military & Aerospace Electronics presents an informative Webcast titled, "Software Modernization in Military Systems," to take place on Wednesday, Nov. 30th, at 3 PM (Eastern). The U.S. military's move toward a network-centric force is creating complex systems that place a tremendous burden on software development. Designers face creating ever more complex systems in an open architecture environment that puts a premium on commonality and controls costs.

NASHUA, N.H., 22 Nov. 2006Military & Aerospace Electronics presents an informative Webcast titled, "Software Modernization in Military Systems," to take place on Wednesday, November 30th, at 3:00 PM (Eastern).

The U.S. military's move toward a network-centric force is creating complex systems that place a tremendous burden on software development. Designers face creating ever more complex systems in an open architecture environment that puts a premium on commonality and keeping costs down. Modernizing software systems to meet these goals presents many challenges that still need to be overcome especially in the military where systems have a much longer life cycle. The Software Modernization in Military Systems Webcast discusses solutions to these problems and more.

Presentation 1: Outdated COTS tools and inefficient languages further complicate development of ever expanding and more complex embedded and real-time systems. Aonix explores a new imperative to consider software modernization strategies enabling faster, safer and less expensive application development projects.

Presentation 2: Linux is becoming commonplace in many military systems and is no longer just a curiosity. This presentation will discuss how the advantages of open-source Linux can combine with real-time operating systems in embedded military systems.

Register for the upcoming Webcast online at www.milaero.com.

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