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Architecture – Ignore at your own risk (DODAF 2. 0 – It’s the law

Architecture – Ignore at your own risk (DODAF 2. 0 – It’s the law for all future DOD programs) Presented by Lou Pape & Dale Waldo, Boeing Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Location: Boeing Building 304 C, Room 400 Networking/Lunch: 11: 00 a. m. Presentation: 11: 30 a. m. - 12: 30 p. m. Abstract: Do. D is demanding improved interoperability between it's weapon systems; there is an increasingly strident tone to this need since the first Gulf War. The Program Architecture is their method of defining this need. The Net Ready Key Performance Parameters (NR-KPP) is the DOD’s yardstick for assessments of interoperability. Every program has always had an Architecture – the products have been evolving from CSAF Strategic Plans through Do. DAF 1. 0, 1. 5, and currently to version 2. 0. The changes represent our methods to describe complex programs to improve their communications, architectures, and interfaces. This talk will describe the importance of architecture and the relationship to the latest evolution of the Do. DAF products. Biography: Mr. Pape has been a Systems Engineer for over 35 years. He's worked on high power and communications lasers, GPS spacecraft and user equipment, launch vehicles, KC-135 s, T-39, F-15 and F 18, wind tunnels, models of the atmosphere, and at the Pentagon. He retired as an Air Force colonel, and worked at TRW, Mc. Donnell Douglas and is an Associate Technical Fellow at Boeing. His BS is in Physics, MS in Optics, he has an MBA, and is currently a Ph. D student in SE at MST. Mr. Waldo has been a Systems Engineer for over 30 years, working on various military spacecraft, large and small laser systems, radar systems, communications systems, and UAVs. He has worked at TRW, Hughes Space and Comm. , Mc. Donnell Douglas, and Boeing. Currently he is the Lead Systems Engineer for the Automated Aerial Refueling Program. He is an Associated Technical Fellow Boeing, has a BS in Electrical Engineering and an MS in Systems Engineering, and is a Ph. D Candidate at University of Missouri Science and Technology. Directions: B 304 is on Mc. Donnell Blvd just west of Lindbergh. Enter through the lobby on the east end of Bldg 305. Follow the corridor to B 304 and go to the 4 th floor. Room 400 is directly opposite the elevator. No reservations required, but please contact Dianne Milton dianne. g. [email protected] com or 314 -233 -6801 by COB June 21 if you plan to attend, for a lunch count and badging for non-Boeing attendees. Non-Boeing attendees, please contact Bill Bezdek for meeting escort (cell: 314 -306 -6210). Cost: INCOSE Members: No Charge !!!! Non-Members: $5. 00 for Lunch Contribution http: //www. incose. org/mdwest/ Sponsored by: