LONDON—Britain’s approach to developing a future combat aircraft is studying new business models that could see industry compete to write new software for the platform while the aircraft itself could be built for a shorter service life than its contemporaries. Use of an open-systems architecture on the Tempest offers the “prospect of significantly reducing the time and cost of upgrades and modifications,” explained Air Commodore Daniel Storr, the Royal Air ...

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