Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) Workshop | Troy, MI | USA

Dates
April 25, 2019
11:30 am - 04:00 pm ET
Venue
Hilton Garden Inn
200 Wilshire Dr.
Troy, MI 48084
USA
Contact
Julie Cunningham
PHOENIX INTEGRATION, INC.
jcunningham@phoenix-int.com
540.961.7215 x:333
Overview

 

By attending this seminar, you will see how Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) integrated with analytical solutions can improve your organization’s:

  • Ability to reduce cost and risk 
  • Proposal processes
  • Product quality
  • Ability to win more business

Topics to be covered include:

  • Model Based Engineering (MBE)
  • Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
  • Multi-Disciplinary Analysis and Optimization (MDAO)
  • Distributed Engineering 

Come join us!

Participation in this event is free.

Registration

Agenda

11:30 - 04:00

Registration | Lunch

PRESENTER 

Dr. Keith Meintjes
Executive Consultant for Simulation and Analysis (S&A) as part of the Simulation-Driven Systems Development Practice at CIMdata

TITLE

Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) meets PLM: Market Trends and Opportunities

ABSTRACT

The exponential increase in the use of software and electronics has added a great deal of complexity to today’s cyber-physical products and systems, including now “systems of systems” in the interconnected universe of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0.   This complexity demands that product development organizations move away from traditional stage gate and document-centric processes and increasing rely on agile and digital model-based processes that encompass all aspects of systems lifecycle design from initial requirements definition thru in-service use and re-use/retirement.  However, with this increased systems complexity, product engineering teams now face new challenges that undesirable system-level behaviors will emerge due to cross-domain interactions that may not be adequately understood by any one individual or functional domain of the product development teams (i.e., mechanical, electrical/electronics, software, controls, chemistry, etc.).   

Thus, one of the greatest challenges to enabling Digital Transformation and the lifecycle Digital Thread is integrating the myriad of different engineering models and data silos that exist today in both systems engineering and the physics-based  modeling and simulation domains required to enable a robust MBSE process thread.   in this presentation, CIMdata will highlight the major changes underway in the integration of these heretofore largely disconnected domains including the industry standards and emerging technologies that we believe will most strongly impact the level of collaboration required to design, develop, validate, manufacture and operate today’s complex cyber-physical systems.

ModelCenter Overview 

PRESENTERS

Dr. Scott Ragon
Mr. Subodh Chaudhari
Mr. Olivier Morisot

PHOENIX INTEGRATION

PRESENTER 

Mr. Joydeep Banerjee
Maplesoft

Detailed Dive on:

  • MBSE
  • Model as a Service

Q & A

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