MOSA is Here to Stay: A Recap of the 2021 FACE™ and SOSA™ Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) Event

I continue to be amazed by the promotion and advancement of The Open Group FACE™ and SOSA™ Technical Standards and Business Approach within the U.S. armed services. Nowhere was this more evident than at the recent FACE and SOSA Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) 2021, which was hosted by the U.S. Army, sponsored by TES-SAVi, and supported by over 45 exhibitors. This event proved decisively that the Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) is here to stay.   

Setting the Standard: Celebrating the First 10 Years of The Open Group FACE™ Consortium

This month marks the 10th Anniversary of The Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment™ (FACE) Consortium.  It has been an amazing ride over the last 10 years, filled with memorable face-to-face (F2F) meetings, over two million minutes of WebEx calls and passionate technical and business discussions that covered all aspects of the FACE™ Technical Standard and Business Approach.

“What’s an Executable Standard? Well the FACE™ Technical Standard is an Exemplar!”

When I think of an “executable standard”, I think of a standard that is capable of being fulfilled (i.e. a standard that can readily impact real world things, whether those things are people, processes, or technology). Regardless of what I think, it isn’t easy to define an executable standard – however I think the following will help everyone understand the essence of an executable standard.

The Open Group FACE™ Consortium Momentum Continues with NAVAIR TIM Event

The Open Group Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE™) Consortium and LDRA are pleased to announce a ground breaking Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) FACE™ Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) and Exhibition, to be held on October 17, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Solomons Conference Center and Marina in Solomons, MD.