Premera Blue Cross required the assessment, transformation and re-factoring of its existing Automated Document Assembly System (ADAS). ADAS was written in WANG COBOL and self generated WANG COBOL programs tailoring health care booklets for specific customer needs. TSRI was selected to assess, transform, and re-factor the WANG COBOL code, migrating the system into a C++ Windows NT environment with full functional equivalency.
The Reliability & Maintainability Information System (REMIS) is a key component of the Air Force Depot Maintenance System. Ten years after the successful modernization of REMIS in 2004, the US Air Force reached back out to TSRI to modernize the rest of the system as well as take the C++ we already produced to Java. The project was delivered on time and under budget by almost half a million dollars.
Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT) is a SATCOM terminal, which expands available bandwidth and provides support for ForceNet, the Navy's approach to network-centric operations. TSRI transformed the legacy Ada code to C++, and refactored the modernized application.
Capita, a company based in England and Wales, determined that one of their important software assets called PRISM required modernization, including code transformation, platform migration, and database migration. Capita engaged TSRI, with their proven automated modernization services, to complete this project, which was finished in 2 months.
TSRI was a subcontractor in support of HRG’s Military Health Systems Transition Application Support (TAPS) Research Project. The objectives of the research were to identify a subset of the radiology module within the Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming System (MUMPS or M) based Composite Health Care System (CHCS), transform it automatically into Java, demonstrate functional equivalence, and gather metrics to support estimates of effort required to transform larger portions of the CHCS code.
The Eurocat Air Traffic Management System (EATMS) is used in 16 European countries and Australia. EATMS became subject to a modernization initiative in 2005. Thales Air Systems selected the The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) to modernize this system written in legacy Ada 83. After transforming this application to both Java and C++ for performance testing, Thales selected Java as the final target language and TSRI completed the modernization.
Navy Multi-band Terminal (NMT) is a SATCOM terminal, which expands available bandwidth and provides support for ForceNet, the Navy's approach to network-centric operations. Raytheon was defining a modernized NMT hardware and software architecture to support communications above two Giga Hertz and provide other functions as part of defining an architectural standard for future Navy satellite communications (SATCOM) based on the Software Communications Architecture (SCA).
The System Engineering and Sustainment Integrator system includes ground-based radars, space surveillance sensors, ground-based missile warning, and optical systems operated by United States Strategic Command and Air Force Space Command. Command and control for these radar systems was written in multiple legacy languages.
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) awarded a sole-source contract to The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) for documentation of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Enhanced Traffic Management System (ETMS).
In 2003, the functions of the US Immigration and Nationalization Service (INS) were taken over by the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including the BCIS FBISHED system written in the COBOL language. CSC contracted with TSRI as its sub-contractor to conduct a pilot project demonstrating the technical feasibility of automated modernization technologies.