How to build a future-proof system: A blueprint for system design engineers

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Frank Gates, Field Application Engineer at RTI

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Working with interconnected systems is stressful. Designing a complex system with rapidly-changing requirements, is even more so. How can you use the legacy code while evolving the system to meet future demands (and budget)? This webinar explains how a strong adaptable software foundation, or framework, can be used to connect many disparate elements while providing technology adaptability, portability and reusability. At the core of this framework is the publish-subscribe methodology of the Data Distribution Service (DDS) standard. The DDS databus provides the data centricity to enable system elements to be added, removed, redesigned, and repurposed without re-architecting the system. Join this session to learn how to design a future-proof system through a data-centric architecture.
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