Software Components News

Data Analytics a 'NISE' Project for Undersea Warfare Center

life, or else replaced when it is no longer useful, software applications face the same problem.“In hardware obsolescence there is a distinct delineation for when a hardware component is obsolete: the part is either being produced or it is not,” said Williams. “Unfortunately, software components do not behave the same way.”Williams said there are three types of obsolescence for software, and her team is working to quantify those so they Navy can better predict and plan for them.“There are three common types of software obsolescence: technological, functional, and logistical

Ocean Greatwhite is 123 metres long and 78 metres wide and was delivered at Hyundai Heavy Industries in Ulsan, South Korea. Credit HHI

First ISDS for DNV GL Classed Ocean Greatwhite

be chartered to oil major BP and will operate in the Great Australian Bight. Ocean Greatwhite is also the first new-build rig to receive the DNV GL Integrated Software Dependent Systems (ISDS) notation. ISDS are systems whose performance is dependent on the overall behaviour of their integrated software components. DNV GL’s ISDS standard helps owners and operators minimise software integration errors and delays in projects involving complex integrated systems. The certification ensures that software and integration issues are identified and resolved early on during the project design stages

MTR 100: Planet OS

model data. It has integrated data management and fusion for satellites, remote sensors, in-situ devices, high frequency radars, geospatial systems and simulation models. Spatio-temporal storage enables easy-to-access data from sensors and machines with spatial and temporal content. Extensible software components integrate diverse sensor and machine data in an index for fast querying and interaction. Currently, the largest Planet OS deployment transforms and fuses data from over 42,000 individual data streams. The platform is continuously developed to achieve sub-second data stream refresh rates and

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