Webinar: Putting the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Technical Standard on Contract
Defense experts in the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Technical Standard and related contracts, provide attendees with insights into the acquisition and contracting process. Topics include making a determination if FACE is a fit for a particular contract, Performance Based requirements, maintenance considerations, conformance costs, and the challenges of getting FACE on contract. This is a recording of a live webinar with attendee questions from the field. Panelists include William “Bill” Jacobs, AMRDEC Digital Engineer / MOSA, FARA Program Manager; Tyler Robinson, NAWCAD Avionics Systems Engineering Division Computer Scientist, Previously NAWCAD Lead Engineer, NAVAIR PMA-209; and Roderick L. Dailey, US Naval Air Harpoon / SLAM-ER IPTL, Previous IPTL in the Avionics Capability Management group for FACE and FASTR.
Webinar: Implementing the FACE Reference Architecture & Implications on the Systems Dev Life Cycle
Four data architecture and Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) experts from the Defense and Aerospace industries share their experiences implementing the FACE Reference Architecture (RA). The panel discusses the motivation behind the implementation work they've been involved with, the challenges and rewards of those programs, and the FACE RA's impact on the systems development life cycle. The panel also provides advice to other practioners based on their experience and takes live questions from the industry attendees. Panelists include Bill Kinahan, FACE DIOG Vice-Chair previously of Sikorsky Aircraft; Bob Matthews Inaugural FACE Steering Committee Chair and Advanced Concepts Engineer with L3Harris Avionics; Stu Frerking FACE DIOG Language Co-Lead, FACE CTS Developer and primary FACE 3.0 Queries & Templates author; and Gordon Hunt, previous FACE Advicory Board member and Co-Founder and Sr. Systems Architect at Skayl.
Webinar: Data Modeling to the FACE™ Technical Standard
A panel of Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) and data modeling experts answer questions for practitioners in the industry. Recorded live, the panel discusses getting started, technical and non-technical challenges, the up-side and long-term value to FACE aligned approaches, and provide advice for those with a FACE mandate or desire. The panel also takes live questions from the attendees who span the Department of Defense, major prime government contractors and small businesses alike. Panelists include James "Bubba" Davis, FACE Data Architecture Working Group (DAWG) Chair; Nathan Flinn, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Dahlgren Systems Engineer; and Chris Allport, Co-Founder and Sr. Data Architect at Skayl.