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Deep sea IT

Now SOA will power U.S. submarines

Arun Mysore

The project named Wave System of Systems (Wave-SOS), will create a framework that will analyze incoming information from multiple sources and fuse them to provide a clear operating picture for submarine commanders.

The U.S. Navy is spending $600,000 on a SOA project to help its submarine personnel analyse data from sensors.

Modern submarines are fitted with a variety of sensors, which provide information in text-based format, which is not amenable for automated processing. Modus Operandi, which is implementing the project, plans to develop a SOA framework to semantically fuse data from sensors.

The project named Wave System of Systems (Wave-SOS), will create a framework that will analyze incoming information from multiple sources and fuse them to provide a clear operating picture for submarine commanders.

“Modus Operandi will leverage our Wave technology portfolio, which provides semantic extensions to service-oriented architectures, to accelerate the integration and fusion of intelligence data,” said Richard Hull, executive vice president and chief scientist, Modus Operandi. 

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