Lockheed Martin and the U.S. Navy have partnered to successfully demonstrate Lockheed Martin OPTIMUS mission system’s ability to accomplish an autonomous approach and landing in an unprepared environment aboard unmanned helicopters.
The Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Project Office is working hard to improve the battlefield site picture by developing user-friendly software that Soldiers refer to as the "common warfighter machine interface to the integrated air and missile defense battle command system."
The launch of Orion’s Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1) has shifted from September-October to early December, while integration and testing progress continues to make strides.
Continuous testing of implemented software is playing a critical role in the steady development of the F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter.
Boeing’s Commercial Crew Program (CCP) has completed software safety tests and a hardware design review, bringing the program one step closer to the launch of the Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 spacecraft that is aiming to bring Americans back into space.
Innovative Solutions & Support’s (IS&S) “Auto Throttle System and Standby Display Unit” has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Supplemental Type Certification (STC) following successful integration testing.
According to a recent report from The Office of the Director, Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) focusing on the Department of Defense’s (DoD) F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) program, software testing challenges remain an obstacle to further development.
The powering on of the U.S. Air Force’s latest GPS paves the way for electrical and integration testing as the project continues to make significant strides.
A wing of the U.S. military is aiming to implement software needed for its fighter jets in the middle of next year, according to a published report.
By the middle of 2015, the U.S. Marine Corps is hoping its F-35 fighter jets are outfitted with the necessary software, Reuters reports. The arm of the military is leaving open the possibility of a 13-month delay augmenting issues with maintenance and reliability.
Embedded software tests to ensure LRASM can be successfully launched from MK 41 Vertical Launch Systems through slight software modifications have been completed.