Solving a problem quickly and accurately requires efficient collaboration between the right members of a team.
Digital engineering facilitates problem solving and collaboration by moving data to a commonly accessible location that is organized around the team instead of by company or geographical location.
Combined with industry standard configuration management tools and methods, the cloud can provide an authoritative set of released versions for every piece of data. Teammates are notified of changes to data when they occur, ensuring everyone is using the latest. Previous versions are always available for reference or comparative analysis.
Cardinal’s engineers integrate these elements and rigorously define interfaces to create reliable ways to exchange data between users and applications. We know that tools will continue to evolve over time and users will have emerging needs as more data becomes available. Our experience developing collaborative enterprise software for our customers and ourselves encompasses everything from backend databases to web applications. By leveraging services provided by AWS GovCloud, Cardinal has developed tools to share modeling tools, data and results, while reducing analysis time and cost.
Navigating Clients Through the Fast-Changing Digital Engineering Landscape
From crafting Digital Engineering roadmaps and creating linkages, to existing systems engineering approaches, to working with research institutions to stand up advanced real-time, emulated system-in-the-loop software development test beds, Cardinal has the know-how and past performance to navigate our clients through the fast-changing Digital Engineering landscape. We are actively engaged in efforts to bolster the impact of power hardware-in-the-loop (PHIL) and controller hardware-in-the-loop (CHIL) methods and testbeds on naval ship power architectures.