PRODUCT (PSE) Update on Some Emerging Standards and Support Organizations within Systems Engineering

Session Number: 5009
Track: Engineering Analysis & Simulation
Sub-Categorization: Product Systems Engineering (PSE)
Session Type: Process Session
Primary Presenter: Edward Alexander Ladzinski [CEO - E.A. Ladzinski and Association L.L.C.]
Time: Apr 24, 2017 (01:55 PM - 02:45 PM)
Room: Oceans 10

Conference Hot Topics: Heterogeneous PLM Environment
Community of Interest: None, All, Academic, Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Consumer Goods, DELMIA, Develop & Deploy, Energy, ENOVIA, Shipbuilding, SmarTeam
Industry: Aerospace & Defense, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, Consumer Goods & Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail, Energy, Process and Utilities, High-Tech, Industrial Equipment, Life Sciences, Marine & Offshore, Transportation & Mobility
Applicable Products: None
What will attendees get out of this presentation?:

Session Description:  OEMs and suppliers need to remain competitive, and to accomplish this, a systems engineering approach to product development should be adopted to address the increasingly complex products being developed to satisfy customer demands. Innovation is a key differentiator.
Standards have been proposed to help OEMs, suppliers, academia and government organizations navigate through the difficult tasks associated with the adoption of systems engineering methods and best practices.
By adopting new technologies and practices to merge the engineering analysis of products with the overall system behavior simulation in which they perform, more realistic, accurate and lifelike experiences can be studied. This model exchange and co-simulation of engineering analysis and systems engineering is a new opportunity for industries to fundamentally transform their business processes and reduce development cycle time and cost.
This session will provide an update on the standards presented during the last COE and also introduce some additional emerging standards within the Systems Engineering discipline including the Functional Mock-Up Interface (FMI). Examples of this methodology will be provided. This new paradigm is promoted as the foundation for new and powerful capabilities to support a Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to solve complex, multi-discipline systems engineering problems. The collaboration initiative between NAFEMS (global nonprofit organization for engineering analysis) and INCOSE (global nonprofit organization for systems engineering) will also be presented with the current status of this initiative.