Object Services and Consulting, Inc.
OBJS develops innovative technologies to
enable government and businesses to operate and interoperate
in a distributed environment. OBJS has expertise in the following
software architectures, agent technology, survivability, Internet
Web technology, component software, distributed object technology,
database technology, virtual enterprise and virtual office
- DARPA TTO Ultra*Log:
This contract will extend the DARPA Cougaar/ALP logistics agent
with new message transports and associated policy management.
ITO DASADA: Software
Surveyor. This project is building software gauges to
the configuration and behavior of large component-based systems as
in a complex environment. The gauges will be used to determine
the system is behaving as designed, whether a proposed system
is safe and effective, and for debugging purposes.
Agent -Ility Architecture. This contract developed an
reference architecture and instantiated three component agent
WebTrader (a trader based on web search engines), AgentGram (menu-based
natural language interfaces), and eGents (agents that communicate via
Current work is focused on technology integration experiments.
- DARPA ITO EDCS: Survivability
in Object Services Architectures (OSAs). This contract
models of static OSA composition and dynamic OSA evolution leading to a
change management object service specification and prototype tools and
mechanisms to reify the software evolution model.
- DARPA ITO: Scaling
Object Services Architectures (OSA) to the Internet. This
contract developed technology to insure that OSA architectures like
of OMG are scaleable and can interoperate with Web technologies.
Its main contribution was an intermediary architecture that
a cascade of proxies to insert new behaviors into web-based systems.
- DARPA Advanced Information Technology Services (AITS)
We were part of a review team for this effort, which developed a
command and control software architecture into which major DARPA
and technology programs fit.
- MCC Object Infrastructure Project. We provided
consulting for the MCC OIP project, which developed extensions to
services architectures to modularly add non-functional properties
to security and fault tolerance.
- DARPA National Industrial Information Infrastructure
We provided software architecture consulting for the NIIIP
Consortium which developed technology for supporting industrial
virtual enterprises and provided technology transfer to standards
including OMG, WfMC, and STEP.
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