Understanding the impact of Interoperable Open Architecture for procurement, technology development and program management
Interoperable Open Architecture 2015
will not just consider the myriad advantages of an open systems approach to architecture. The forum brings together subject matter experts and invested parties from the international community to discuss ongoing projects, from many different perspectives. Primarily, the benefit of IOA 2015
is to outline common concerns, challenges
and best practice
from across the domains where an architecture driven approach is advantageous; from vehicles and C4ISR to robotics and avionics.
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When it comes to the future of defence procurement, Interoperable Open Architecture (IOA) has become the defining objective in identifying best practices and promoting a competitive process. Andrew Watson
, Technical Director at the Open Management Group
, says there is a need for the Defence industry to change its culture. In a recent interview with Defence IQ
, he discussed other ways to progress the dialogue to ensure shorter timelines, lower costs and better military-industry partnerships. Read more of what he talked about here.
Andrew will be speaking at IOA 2015.
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