DDC-I Wins C-130 Software Contract

By Tish Drake | August 27, 2008
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DDC-I, of Phoenix, was selected by the U.S. Air Force Warner Robins Air Logistics Center to support the C-130’s avionics software. The USAF will use DDC-I’s Open Arbor products for real-time, safety-critical applications. “The Air Force has traditionally outsourced its support to contractors,” said Bob Morris, DDC-I president and CEO. “Now they are creating their own ‘organic’ software teams to save costs and reduce turn-around times.” DDC-I said OpenArbor’s core environment combines optimizing compilers and libraries for C and Embedded C++ with the SCORE mixed-language debugger. The SCORE debugger features an intuitive multi-window GUI, project management support, and automated build/make utilities.

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