Mrt 28 2014

Software Testing Problems Continue to Plague F-35 JSF Program

Gepubliceerd door JSFNieuws.nl om 18:44 onder Global F35 News

IEEE Spectrum author Robert N. Charette writes about this week’s US GAO F-35 report:

Software-testing related issues involving the development and fielding mission systems were the main thrust of this year’s GAO report. The F-35, you may recall, is delivering its mission capabilities in a series of incremental “software blocks,” designated as Block 1A/B, Block 2A, Block 2B, Block 3i, and Block 3F. Each block builds on the mission capability developed in the preceding block. As described by the report, “Blocks 1 and 2A provide training capabilities and are essentially complete, with some final development and testing still underway. Blocks 2B and 3i provide initial warfighting capabilities and are needed by the Marine Corps and Air Force, respectively, to achieve initial operational capability. Block 3F is expected to provide the full suite of warfighting capabilities, and is the block the Navy expects to have to achieve its initial operational capability.” According to Flightglobal, a software Block 4 is being planned as an eventual mission capability upgrade for which development will begin late this year or more likely early next.”

Read more:
IEEE Spectrum; 27-Mar-2014; Robert N. Charette:
Software Testing Problems Continue to Plague F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Program

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