On Wednesday the 9th of December, CACI MooD hosted ‘An architecture for the people, by the people – a webinar hosted by our guest speaker Karl Hertz (LFV/Front End Strategy). For those of you that might have missed it, or wish to re-watch Karl’s excellent talk, we recorded the entire session and you can now watch the entire webinar in your own time.
LFV is the provider of air navigation services for civil and military aviation in Sweden. Technology-focused, research-enabled, and working through national and international collaborations, LFV has been actively driving various projects, partnerships and advanced solutions:
- partnering in the development of the European airspace.
- enabling the joint Functional Airspace Block (FAB) between Swedish LFV and Danish Naviair
- launching Remote Tower Services in a joint venture with Saab – a first in the world operating this service, attracting global attention as a completely new way of conducting air traffic control
Karl discussed an innovation in architecture that also follows this open and collaborative way of working: an architecture that enables a wide range of stakeholders across the business in what they do every day. Delivered as a set of architecture-enabled applications on the MooD platform, the architecture is contributed to and maintained by the same people that exploit it, avoiding the bloat, conflict and lack of purpose that hinders so much of what is typically branded ‘enterprise architecture’.
CACI MooD would once again like to extend our thanks to Karl for his excellent and highly interesting talk.
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