Data Intelligence applies repeatable processes based on the ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207:2017 standard for defining, controlling, and improving System Life Cycle Processes. We develop a unique System Development Plan (SDP) for each engagement, integrating the IEEE 12202:2017 best practices with client standards. Combined with a variety of technical disciplines, DI’s systems engineering approach provides a consistent means to define requirements, architect, design, develop, integrate, deploy, operate, and maintain systems that are readily validated to meet user and standards requirements.
DI applies Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) techniques to support system engineering activities including System Functional Flows (i.e., System Architecture), System Requirements Traceability, and System and Organizational Process Flows. We use design tools such as Cameo/MagicDraw and IBM Rhapsody to develop SysML and UML models to help control defense frameworks (DoDAF, MODAF) and other architectural requirements.
DI system engineers support the real-time requirements of modern Command and Control (C2) systems deployed Ashore, Afloat, and Airborne, using microservices-based architectures to promote code reuse and rapid, frequent, and reliable delivery of large, complex applications.