Back in May 2019, the Defense Innovation Board (DIB) published the Software Acquisition and Practices (SWAP) report. SWAP explained that the ability of the Department of Defense (DoD) to adapt and respond to threats will now be determined by its ability to rapidly develop and deploy software to the field. The report further explained that “the current approach to software development is broken and is a leading source of risk to DoD”.
In the fall of 2019, Perforce surveyed more than 300 aerospace and defense software development professionals to better understand the current challenges that they face. The findings of that survey were published in December in The State of Aerospace and Defense Software Development.
In this webinar, our panel of software development experts discusses how the answers that we received from our survey complement the DIB’s findings, and how choosing the right software development tools can help overcome some of the most prevalent challenges in aerospace and defense software development.
Interested in learning more about the current state of aerospace and defense? Download the State of Aerospace & Defense Software Development Survey.