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.
News in 2018
Adventium's ISOSCELES safe and secure reference architecture is published in the Sep/Oct 2018 issue of the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation's magazine, "Biomedical Instrumentation & Technology." BI&T is one of the premier magazines for the medical device industry.
Recent research demonstrates that real time performance constraints, critical to the safety and reliability of avionics systems, can be addressed without compromising the modularity or interoperability provided by the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Technical Standard.
The Navy has awarded Adventium Labs a contract worth up to $1 million to develop the State Linked Interface Compliance Engine for Data (SLICED). SLICED supports Adventium's growing suite of virtual integration tools by adding behavioral analysis and verification capabilities. SLICED will aid in the system integration process by detecting behavioral incompatibilities in components developed by different vendors early in the design process to reduce overall design costs.
Adventium's CAMET Library is featured in the recently released Army BAA titled Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator (JMR TD) Mission Systems Architecture Demonstration (MSAD) Capstone Demonstration (BAA W911W6-18-R-0006). According to the BAA, although use of the tools is not mandated, "their use as part of an Offeror’s technical approach is highly encouraged as they are being matured through their use on JMR MSAD and other demonstrations".
Adventium is pleased to announce that continuous virtual integration and testing tools for cyber-physical system models have been added to its CAMET Library. The Continuous Virtual Integration Server (CVIS) package allows model analysis tools to be chained together into workflows. These workflows are executed periodically or when models are updated. CVIS pulls AADL models from one or more model repositories, integrates the models, and runs selected AADL analysis and content-generation tools.