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AMS DE-RISC is a collaborative UK research and development programme led by the UK MOD Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), which seeks to mature, de-risk and demonstrate the integration of a range of Advanced Mission System (AMS) technologies and concepts for UK Air Systems. Spiral 1 of the programme successfully concluded in March 2015.
The Spiral 2 programme will continue to deliver experiments and demonstrations of integrated systems aimed at ensuring disparate system components are interoperable and can be easily integrated to provide effective Military capabilities; demonstrating real world advantage; and facilitating pull-through of wider Defence research into Operational systems.
“Demonstration and exploitation of integration approaches for Mission Systems which facilitate affordable, agile, collaborative development, to provide robust and adaptable capability to Military users.” - Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
Through AMS DE-RISC, General Dynamics UK undertook activities to investigate alignment of the US FACE and UK/French ECOA approaches to avionics architecture. This work involved General Dynamics UK supporting DSTL in the UK/US AMOSA project. Work was done in partnership […]