Planning for Change at the System Level: Interoperable Open Architecture Live Event: November 9, 2011 (8:00 am PT/ 11:00 am ET/ 4:00 pm GMT/ 17:00 CET)
OpenSystems Media (OSM), LLC today announced its upcoming E-cast on Planning for Change at the System Level: Interoperable Open Architecture, moderated by Curt Schwaderer, Technology Editor, OpenSystems Media.
Over the last few years there has been a subtle but important shift in the way government procurement is taking place. In an effort to reduce through-life maintenance and modification costs, government organizations are looking to specify the architecture used across a multitude of systems. By specifying an architecture based on open standards and a data-centric method of communication, interoperability across a range of systems, sub-systems and system-of-systems becomes more straight forward, while simultaneously reducing upgrade and maintenance costs.
Real-Time Innovations, Inc. (RTI) will be available for a Q&A session immediately following the E-cast.
Who: Curt Schwaderer, Technology Editor, OpenSystems Media (E-cast Moderator) and Dr. Edwin de Jong, Director of Product Management and Strategy, Core Products, RTI
What: Industry experts from RTI present a live OpenSystems Media E-cast, “Planning for Change at the System Level: Interoperable Open Architecture”
When: Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 8:00 am PT/ 11:00 am ET/ 4:00 pm GMT/ 17:00 CET
Where: To attend the E-cast, participants can register at ecast.opensystemsmedia.com/
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