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Thursday, April 30 • 9:00am - 9:30am
Systems Characterization: An Approach to Modernizing Disparate Legacy Systems

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The authors are engaged in long-term operations and maintenance of multiple large-scale systems with fluctuating operational requirements. To find the most cost-effective means to update and upgrade these systems, we used a systems architecture view to create a consistent method. The process stresses the importance and value of data-driven assessment of an as-is architecture to guide evolution of the to-be architecture. This process results in knowledge with supporting data that can be transferred to customers, including the U.S. government, to create substantiated purchase requests with measurable return on investment.

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Julie Kent

Julie Kent has been working in systems integration for over 20 years. She moved to Raytheon 9 years ago and programmed a TENA interface for the Instrumentation System at the National Training Center (NTC). Julie worked on database upgrades and integration to support training exercises at the NTC, Joint Readiness Training Center, and Joint Multinational Readiness Center. She also integrated COTS products to create a management information system... Read More →
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Jane Orsulak

Jane Orsulak, Engineering Fellow, leads the Raytheon IIS Mission Analysis Capability Center (MACC), focusing on performing mission analysis and leveraging modeling and simulation tools. She is an Open Group Certified Master IT Architect. Prior to her work with the MACC, she worked as a system architect for unmanned systems ground control systems and was a key contributor to the NATO STANAG 4586 Unmanned Systems Interoperability Architecture... Read More →

Thursday April 30, 2015 9:00am - 9:30am
3. Salon E

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