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Safety Analysis Goes Hand-In-Hand with System Design

SESSAF, a newly released analysis tool from Adventium Labs, adds another dimension to industry practices for safety analysis of complex systems that rely on software like aircraft. SESSAF enables system evaluators and system engineers to work in concert. “With SESSAF, safety analysts can evaluate the design as it’s being created by system engineers,” said Adventium’s Rand Whillock. “When engineering makes a design change, safety engineers assess how the change impacts safety.

Adventium Labs and ANSYS demonstrate AADL-based analysis capabilities within ANSYS SCADE Architect

Adventium Labs and ANSYS teamed up this year to demonstrate new capabilities for model analysis in ANSYS’ SCADE Architect. “SCADE Architect is a great platform for Adventium’s analysis tools,” said Adventium’s Tyler Smith, “it only took two weeks to get familiar with the SCADE ecosystem and develop two new SCADE Architect plugins.”

Adventium Labs Grows Model-Based System Engineering Capabilities

NASA awarded Adventium a two-year, nearly $900K grant to mature and transition results from a previous NASA research program to the Army Combat Capabilities and Development Command (CCDC)’s Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator (JMR-TD) program and related programs. The grant is a one for one match of Army funding from the JMR-TD program, one of 11 such grants made under NASA’s Civilian Commercialization Readiness Pilot Program (CCRPP). The result will provide new capabilities to Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) initiatives at both NASA and the Department of Defense (DoD).

Adventium Demonstrating Model-Based System Engineering Analysis Tools at FACE™ Technical Interchange Meeting

The Future Airborne Capabilities Environment (FACE™) Technical Interchange Meeting is being held on September 17th, 2019 in Dayton, OH. Adventium will be demonstrating model-based system engineering (MBSE) analysis tools that support the DoD's Digital Engineering Strategy and the Army's Architecture Centric Virtual Integration Process (ACVIP) on an exemplar robot running FACE Technical Standard Edition 3.0 aligned Units of Conformance.

Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) Annex F: AADL Annex for the FACE™ Technical Standard Edition 3.0 Published by SAE International

The Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) Annex F: AADL Annex for the FACE™ Technical Standard Edition 3.0 has officially been published by SAE International. Adventium Labs led the development of this annex and its approval for inclusion as part of the AADL standard. The annex supports the modeling, analysis, and integration of Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) artifacts in AADL.

Adventium's ISOSCELES Selected by the Department of Homeland Security to Highlight at RSA 2019

Adventium's ISOSCELES technology was selected by the Department of Homeland Security to highlight at RSA 2019. ISOSCELES is one of about a dozen DHS-funded, transition-ready cybersecurity technologies being featured. ISOSCELES provides a base from which medical device and industrial internet of things companies can build safe and secure systems. RSA 2019 is being held 4-8 March in San Francisco, CA. The DHS booth is number 1565.

Adventium Participates in Model-based Embedded Systems Expo

Adventium was pleased to help organize and participate in the SAE International Aerospace Standard 5506 Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) Standard and Tools Expo on Feb. 14 at University of Alabama - Huntsville. We presented demonstrations of analysis tools available on our Curated Access to Model-based Engineering Tools (CAMET) Library, which are being used on increasingly complex demonstrations of an Architecture Centric Virtual Integration Process.

Todd Carpenter Receives 2018 Cyber Security Emerging Technology Leadership Award

Congratulations to Todd Carpenter for receiving the 2018 Cyber Security Emerging Technology Leadership Award on 23 October 2018. The award recognized his leadership in addressing safe and secure system design and implementation of cyber physical systems. His work on the DHS Science and Technology Directorate ISOSCELES project was highlighted.

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