Boeing is accelerating the digital revolution for the Joint Force and global defense customers today. Embracing model-based engineering and virtualization, open architecture systems, and agile software development, Boeing is digitizing the entire production life cycle to deliver critical capabilities to customers when they need them.
Future programs will be designed, developed and manufactured on a digital foundation, just like the T-7A Red Hawk advanced trainer. T-7A is among the U.S. Air Force’s first aircraft, weapons, satellites and assets to be designed and built along a digital thread, embracing advanced manufacturing techniques to improve quality and enhance performance.
Using model-based engineering and 3D design tools, the T-7A represents an aircraft with a 75 percent increase in first-time quality, an 80 percent reduction in assembly hours and a process that cut software development time in half. The aircraft moved from computer screen design to first flight in just 36 months.
The Boeing Software Experience
Boeing understands and embraces open architectures, agile, DevSecOps, cloud native, containers and more. That understanding extends to how software is used, deployed and evolved to meet rapidly changing mission requirements. Customers rely on Boeing software. Why?
- Built-in security
- Develop once, deploy everywhere
- Total lifecycle customer engagement
Secure and transparent software development, rapid capability deployment and insertion and continuous evolution based on real-time customer feedback and machine learning. That’s how you move at the speed of relevance. That’s the Boeing software experience.
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