Current Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM) systems typically require a human in the loop to offload the data; Trident’s Enhanced Autonomous Condition-Based Network (EACBN) is designed to automate retrieving CBM data both inside and outside the wire through a full download of parametric data and periodic health snapshots. A Semantic Syntactic Data Diode (S2D2) will securely isolate the CBM data collection, enabling cross-domain transmission to blue force tracking. The system has been fully prototyped and completed hardware-in-the-loop testing. Trident Systems Inc. employs a world-class team that delivers technology solutions that make a difference in the areas of Integrated Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I), radio frequency (RF) Electronics, and Assured Collaboration Systems. The EACBN’s goal is to integrate it directly into Program of Record platforms to streamline the collection of bulk CBM data DoD-wide.
Trident Systems develops software solutions for many critical military applications. After 3 decades experience, Trident has developed an innovative tool, SCIAT, which reduces time, effort, cost of testing, and overall life cycle cost while improving system reliability. Currently Trident is assisting two Primes with metric determinations within their software build and qualification testing framework. SCIAT’s innovative code-2-code automated comparison methodology determines the indirect impact of changes on the unchanged code, recommends improvements to the tests to maintain code coverage, and identifies the tests to execute to verify the changes within the new build. This automation provides an objective code assessment with reduced oversight. Trident seeks companies that desire to improve their software quality while reducing their development and testing costs.