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The AADL User Day was a one-day forum to present the current state of AADL standard and associated tools through a half-day briefing session on current project, and a half-day tool vendor exhibition.

The Architecture Analysis and Design Language, or AADL, is an SAE International standard for describing both the software architecture and the execution platform architectures of performance-critical, embedded, real-time systems. AADL is being used for the engineering of safety-critical systems.

Arlington, VA

The AADL User Day was held at:
AUSA General Gordon R. Sullivan Conference and Event Center
2425 Wilson Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22201

Directions and Parking

Visit the AUSA website for driving directions. Although visitor parking is limited, there are several parking options nearby

Public Transportation

Take the Orange Line or Silver Line to the Court House Metro stop and exit by following signs to Clarendon Blvd./Strayer University exit (left). Cross the street (Wilson/Clarendon) at the traffic light, turn left and walk west on Wilson about two blocks. The AUSA building is on your right and is identified by the gold letters AUSA.


To find local hotel accommodations, visit the SEI's Arlington Travel Information page. Several of the local hotels offer a special SEI rate, and some offer the prevailing government per-diem rate, based on availability.