Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) Workshop | Huntsville, AL | USA

Dates
February 6, 2019
01:00 pm - 04:00 pm CT
Venue
Jackson Center - Huntsville, AL | USA
600 Genome Way
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 | USA
Telephone (256) 327-7320
Toll Free (877) 707-7471
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.

Map to Jackson Center

Registration

Agenda

12:30 - 01:00

Registration and Refreshments

01:00 - 01:30

ModelCenter Overview  |  PHOENIX INTEGRATION

01:30 - 02:00

Presenter:  Mr. Joseph “Jay” Farrell, SAIC Fellow, Physicist and Solution Architect

Title:  The Hidden Problem in Preliminary System Design: A Space System Analysis Example

Abstract

In preliminary design problems, one of the challenges is bringing together a team of experts representing not only many different technical domains, but also widely differing analytic and software methods. Some team members bring sophisticated spreadsheets, some depend on custom code, others bring models that depend on high-end, dedicated engineering tools, and no one has thought about how to make them work together. It can be time consuming to integrate, verify, and sanity-check components in such an integration effort, often under duress.

To elucidate these issues, this presentation outlines the preliminary design of a satellite constellation for an environmental monitoring mission. We used ModelCenter to combine models representing launcher capabilities, sensor properties, satellite orbits, constellation design, and cost analysis. We found this to be an effective method for bringing together methods from diverse contributors and software methods, greatly minimizing and often eliminating the cost of customization of component analytic tools. The method also provided ready access to numerous graphical and parametric analysis methods, enabling rapid verification of each component’s integration.
02:00 - 02:15
Q & A
02:15 - 02:30

Networking | Break (Refreshments – coffee, cookies)

02:30 - 04:00

Detailed Dive on:

  • MBSE
  • Model as a Service
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