Applying open architecture and open standards to modern avionics systems has been the goal of the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) since its inception. The FACE 3.0 standard enables reuse software elements via common application programming interfaces (API). With 80%-90% percent of military avionics development costs coming from software, such reuse presents a huge long-term cost savings to the taxpayer and also enables faster deployment of technology to warfighters.
This webcast with a panel of industry experts will detail how FACE 3.0 benefits rotary-wing, fixed-wing, VTOL, and unmanned aircraft.
Chip Downing – Senior Market Development Director, Aerospace & Defense, RTI
Chip Downing is the Senior Market Development Director of Aerospace and Defense at Real-Time Innovations (RTI). In this position he manages RTI’s global aerospace and defense business and helps drive the RTI Connext product, now used in over
Gary Gilliland – Technical Marketing Manager, DDC-I Inc.
Gary Gilliland is a Technical Marketing Manager at DDC-I, where he is responsible for technical marketing functions with an emphasis on the DO-178C safety-critical Deos real-time operating system. He has over 20 years of experience in development
Greg McCrea – Manager of Business Development, North Atlantic Industries
Greg McCrea, North Atlantic Industries (NAI), is the Manager of Business Development for North Atlantic Industries (NAI) and is responsible for NAI products for the emerging and evolving military & aerospace electronics market, with current focus on DoD