• About
    As adversarial threats continue to become more complex, U.S. military electronic warfare (EW) and signal intelligence (SIGINT) solutions must be able to adapt more quickly. For decades, these systems have been closed architectures based on proprietary system and component designs, all of which have proved costly over time. That situation is changing however, most notably with the publication of the Sensor Open Systems Architecture, edition 1.0 (SOSA), which brings commonality to sensor systems through key interfaces and open standards established by industry/government consensus. Other MOSA approaches have also impacted SOSA and EW designs, such as the Command, Control, Computers, Communications, Cyber, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C5ISR)/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS); as well as the Modular Open RF Architecture (MORA), which has its design roots in the VICTORY [Vehicular Integration for C4ISR/EW Interoperability] architecture. This session details how open architectures
    can enable EW and SIGINT designers to leverage the best of commercial RF, signal processing, and AI innovations to field technology more quickly and more affordably over the life of the system.

    This session is part of our MOSA Virtual Summit. Registration/event page here.

  • Duration
    1 hour
  • Price
  • Language
  • Dial-in available
    (listen only)
    Not available.