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On July 12 of 2001, a USAF F-117 Night­hawk stealth fighter flew over the Edwards Air Force Base, becoming the first airplane in aviation history to fly with automatically-reengineered embedded avionics appli­cation software. The airplane was flying after a portion of its precision navigation software suite had been mo­dernized, not manually by software engineers, but auto­matically with the use of a reengineering software system.

Mr. Romel Rivera, CEO of eKnowlogie, conceived, designed, architected, and co-developed, as the Chief Technology Officer at Xinotech Research, a very ambitious reengineering technology infrastructure, which won over 20 U.S. research contracts over a period of 5 years, from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), NSF (National Science Foundation), the U.S. Air Force, The U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy and others. With a wide range of applications throughout the IT and DoD industries, this commercial technology was later acquired and adopted nationally by the Air Force for the automatic modernization of the embedded real-time software in the USAF F-16, the USAF F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter and other airplanes. See the Air Force publication in the Journal of Defense Software Engineering for an Air Force and Lockheed Martin description of the technical capabilities, results, test flights, cost-effectiveness and other benefits of the graphical visualization and Jovial to C transformation technology which they acquired from Xinotech to be the reengineering technology for the EISR project.

The software technology currently being developed at eKnowlogie under the guidance of Mr. Rivera, represents the next generation of the reengineering technology who brought about the automated modernization of embedded avionics software for the Air Force as well as IS applications for the IT industry in the U.S. and Europe.

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