“According to the chief data officer at the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Airspace System should be thought of as a big building with interlocking and interrelated systems that from foundation to plumbing, that have different timelines for change.”
“Speaking at the Air Traffic Controllers Association convention in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 23, FAA CDO Natesh Manikoth said the NAS should adopt an IT development model that allows for rapid growth of some systems, but also provides stability for others, as some more modern buildings have allowed graceful expansions.”
“The pace-layered application strategy, which has been adopted by many enterprises, would allow the systems that make up the NAS to evolve safely and effectively, he said.”
“It’s a layered approach,” said Manikoth, designed to give the complex active systems more resiliency. The plan, he said, would…” Read the full article here.
Source: FAA chief data officer wants to pace development – By Mark Rockwell, October 23, 2019. FCW.