ANALYSIS: USAF tries to stop aircraft software problems with agile methods

For decades, the US Air Force and its lead aircraft supplier, Lockheed Martin, have struggled to efficiently write the code that runs their aircraft. The result is numerous cost overruns, delays and aircraft dysfunction – especially in the much-maligned Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II programme, whose software problems have put ...

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