WEBCAST: SOSA Conformance and What it Means to YouNews
February 16, 2021
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona. The Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard applies open-architecture concepts to high-performance defense sensor systems such as radar, electronic warfare (EW), and signals intelligence (SIGINT) platforms. The goal of the standard is to design a non-propriety open systems architecture based on Department oif Defense (DoD)-relevant government or commercially available open standards to lower system development costs, and make system reconfigurability and future system upgrades easier and faster, thus improving overall C4ISR capabilities. A key part of the developing technical standard will be how to ensure conformance to the standard is met for hardware or SOSA modules claiming alignment with the Technical Standard. This webcast, titled "SOSA Conformance and What it Means to You," held Wednesday, February 24, featured SOSA Consortium experts discussing the current status of the Technical Standard, what the upcoming 1.0 release means for conforming to the standard, and how you should approach SOSA conformance for your products.
To view the archive click here.
Speakers include: Patrick Collier, Senior Open Systems Architect and Systems Engineer for Aspen Consulting Group and co-founder of the Sensor Open System Architecture (SOSA) and chair of its Hardware Sub-Committee and Conformance Standing Committee and Sue Harper, Manager of Standards and Certifications at The Open Group.
Moderating the presentation is John McHale, Group Editorial Director for Military Embedded Systems.
The webcast is sponsored by Elma Electronic, Kontron America, and Pentek and hosted by Military Embedded Systems online and OpenSystems Media.
For more information on the webcast, click here.