Systems Engineering – Deployment Challenges (MBSE 106)

Track: Engineering Analysis & Simulation

Session Number: 1164
Date: Mon, Feb 25th, 2019
Time: 1:55 PM - 2:45 PM

Description:

It has been talked about for a while now that in order to remain competitive in our modern fast-paced engineering environment companies are challenged, not only to leverage the latest technology to their processes and engineering tools in product and process development, but they are also being tasked to re-invent themselves as a business. Systems Engineering in general, and Model-based Systems engineering in particular have become the means how businesses try to address those challenges.

To properly utilize virtual engineering, companies must be able to adopt methods and processes that enable technologies such as the Internet-of-Things (IoT), Digital Twin, etc. Systems Engineering thinking and the enablement and deployment of the latest best practices and solutions in this space are crucial for the successful development of complex systems that have become part of most products in today’s world.

Leading companies have begun to re-think the way they work and organize themselves. They started thinking in terms and order of: Organization / Culture ► Processes ► Tools. This required, for management and practitioners alike, a more active and open engagement model. Those leaders realized traditional methods to run a business are no longer sustainable for the long term. Some critical adjustments had to be made to allow for innovation.

In this presentation we will discuss the challenges companies are facing when deploying those new methods with MBSE at the center of it, and how they can be overcome. The discussion is based on actual deployment efforts.
Sub-Categorization: Engineering Modeling, Analysis & Optimization (EMAO)
Session Type: Process Session (Customer or Partner-delivered)

Conference Hot Topics: None
Sub-Categorization: Engineering Modeling, Analysis & Optimization (EMAO)
Session Type: Process Session (Customer or Partner-delivered)

Conference Hot Topics: None