Submissions:2016/Hardware Open Systems Technologies

From WikiConference North America
Jump to: navigation, search
Hardware Open Systems Technologies
Academic Peer Review option
Type of submission
E-mail address
GaTech Research Institute
Hardware Open Systems Technologies (HOST) architecture provides a framework for developing embedded computing systems for U.S. military platforms. HOST provides U.S. Government Acquisition, System Integrators, and Third Party HOST Component Vendors with an open, interoperable, upgradeable, and sustainable embedded system standard, which promotes reuse of both hardware and software designs for existing and future platforms.All parties utilizing HOST have free and unlimited access to all information necessary to produce conformant hardware and software modules that are fully interoperable with other conformant modules. This maximizes the use of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) technology and develops a non-proprietary, fully open, and publicly available architecture standard (including interfaces and documentation).HOST is easily upgradeable in that its system components may be separated and recombined with minimal modification. It maintains component specifications (building blocks) linked to prequalified hardware registries that can be combined to create a modular system. The registry provides designers with easily integrated and replaceable modules. HOST supports the replacement of obsolete hardware and/or software modules with newer modules that meet changing platform requirements without requiring the replacement of other system modules.
Length of presentation
15 min
Special schedule requests
Preferred room size
Will you attend WikiConference North America if your submission is not accepted?
Probably No

Interested attendees

If you are interested in attending this session, please sign with your username below. This will help reviewers to decide which sessions are of high interest. Sign with four tildes. (~~~~).

  1. WBenjamin