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ACVIP as Applied in Army S&T and the Path Ahead

February 2021 Presentation

This presentation by Alex Boydston was given virtually at AADL/ACVIP User Days 2021.

Publisher:

Software Engineering Institute

Abstract

AADL/ACVIP User Days 2021 was hosted by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) and held virtually on February 3-4, 2021. AADL/ACVIP User Days is a free two-day virtual forum to present the latest on the Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL), the Architecture-Centric Virtual Integration Process (ACVIP), and associated tools.

This presentation by Alex Boydston was given virtually at AADL/ACVIP User Days 2021.

Alex Boydston, Electronics Engineer, U.S. Army CCDC Aviation & Missile Center, has over 20 years of experience in Systems Engineering, Test Engineering, Hardware and Software Design Engineering, and Avionics Software/Hardware. His skills include hardware troubleshooting, software development, data networking, and testing.  His specialties include Network Protocols, Cisco IOS, Adtran OS, C/C++, TCL, Expect, Python, Javascript, HTML, Spirent Test Center, Agilent N2X, Fireberd, Ixia, Chariot, DO-178, DO-254, SAE 4754A, and SAE 4761