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Wednesday, 15 September 2021 15:47

Fortran to C# Northrup Grumman MPEC

Northrop Grumman Mission Systems was tasked with the modernization the Mission Planning Enterprise Contract (MPEC)-related Autorouter.  This system was written principally in legacy FORTRAN code.  Northrop Grumman contracted TSRI to employ their automated modernization processes in this task, which also included the removal of dead and duplicate code, and the automated production of bridge documentation.

Customer: Northrop Grumman

Source & Target Language: Fortran to C#

Lines of Code: 125,000

Duration:  6 months

Services: Code Transformation of Multiple Legacy Languages, Automated Refactoring, Installation and Testing Support, Transformation Blueprint®

 

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Wednesday, 10 May 2006 12:11

Ada to C# - Canadian Forces Crypto System

General Dynamics awarded a sole-source contract to The Software Revolution, Inc. (TSRI) for the modernization of the Canadian Armed Force’s Crypto Material Management System (CMMS).

 

Customer & Integrator: General Dynamics & Canadian Armed Forces

Source & Target Language: Ada to C#

Lines of Code: 20,000

Duration:  4 months

Services: Legacy “As-Is” Documentation, Code Transformation, System Integration & Test Support, Final “To-Be” Documentation 

 

 

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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 were written in multiple legacy languages, and needed transformation to modernized and refactored C++.

Customer & Integrator: Litton & US Air Force

Source & Target Language: Assembler to C++

Lines of Code: 5,000

Duration:  4 months

Services: Code Transformation from Multiple Legacy Languages, Automated Refactoring, Installation and Testing Support, Transformation Blueprint®​

 

 

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