Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT) is a SATCOM terminal, which expands available bandwidth and provides support for ForceNet, the Navy's approach to network-centric operations. Raytheon was defining a modernized NMT hardware and software architecture to support communications above two Giga Hertz and provide other functions as part of defining an architectural standard for future Navy satellite communications (SATCOM) based on the Software Communications Architecture (SCA).
The U.S. Navy contracted Digital Systems Resources (DSR) to modernize the Mission Computer Fault Isolation Program (MFIP) aboard the Navy's E-2C Hawkeye Airborne Early Warning aircraft. DSR, via a US Office of Naval Research (USONR) recommendation, contracted with TSRI to migrate MFIP's legacy Ada into modern C++.
Raytheon contracted with TSRI to modernize, refactor, and develop code-level documentation for the Global Positioning Navigation and Timing Systems (GPNTS) Navigation Sensor System Interface (NAVSSI) Replacement Project. These systems support combat, command and control, information and other mission critical capabilities.
One of the major integrators in the CANES competition contracted with TSRI to model and build application blueprints for the Aegis ACB-08 Ada and C++ software system to demonstrate the feasibility of developing a product line architecture approach for managing the software upgrade cycles as well as to reduce the cost of modernization of the Aegis software systems.