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Geia 927 common data schema for complex systems

GEIA-927 Common Data Schema for Complex Systems

James Colson

U. S. Army

Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA)


Outline

Outline

  • Who We Are?

  • What’s The Problem?

  • What’s The Solution?

  • How Do We Get There?


Us amc logistics support activity logsa

US AMC Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA)


Logsa missions

LOGSA Missions

  • Army’s Corporate Logistics Database (Field Feedback Data)

  • DOD Technical Manual Specifications and Standards

  • Life Cycle Logistics Analyses

  • Acquisition Logistics Tools:

    • Level of Repair Analysis – COMPASS

    • Life Cycle Cost Analysis – CASA

    • Acquisition Planning – LOGPARS

    • MIL-STD-1388-2B Logistics Support Analysis Record (LSAR) – POWERLOG

    • Post Fielding Support Analysis – PFSA

  • Acquisition Logistics Policy:

    • MIL-PRF-49506, Logistics Management Information

    • MIL-HDBK-502, Acquisition Logistics

    • GEIA-927, Common Data Schema for Complex Systems

    • GEIA-927-1, Logistics Product Data Implementation Model

We Wrote

The STDs!


Key players

Key Players

GEIA-927 Standards Supported by:


The problem data source confusion

The Problem –Data Source Confusion

Operational

Need

System Data Today

Top-Level

Requirements

Environment

Representations

Budget,

Schedule,

Risk

Functional

Design

HW/SW

Design

Logistics &

Support

HW/SW

Development

  • Data Shortfalls/Management Challenges:

    • Stovepiped Tools With Limited Scalability

    • Multiple Data Stores

    • Limited Interoperability Among Tools

    • Error-Prone Traceability & Consistency

  • Today: Suboptimal, Reactive Program Management Environment


System data in the future ide

System Data in the Future IDE

Operations &

Support

Production &

Deployment

System Development

& Demonstration

Technology

Development

Concept

Refinement

  • Optimized Management Environment:

    • Enables Collaborative, Concurrent Effort Across Distributed Sites

    • Timely Snapshots of Program Status Across Multiple Information Domains

    • Complete, Integrated Picture of the Program

  • Future: Proactive Management Enabled by Integrated Information


Solution common systems information schema concept

Solution: Common Systems Information Schema Concept

Data

Top Level Req

Conceptual

Environment

IS Logical

MANUFACTURING

REQ

CONCEPTUAL

Logical

Implementation

Structural / HME

1000

SPEC

100

10

Jan Apr Jul Oct

Control

Environment

Data

Info Processing

Environment

Top Level Req

Logical

Structural / HME

Conceptual

Manufacturing

Syn Env

Material Acq

Platforms

Capabilities

Hull

Hardware

Function

Atmospheric

Fabrication

Sensors

Performance

Mechanical

Software

Data Flow

Oceanographic

Assembly

Weapons

Dependability

Electrical

Operators

Control Flow

Terrestrial

Integ / Test

Communication

Maintainability

Hydraulic

Documentation

Energy Flow

Threat

Handling / Deliv

Tactics

Constraints

Pneumatic

Material Flow

Allied

Factory Floor

Robots / Mach

Support

Sys & Dev Eng Env

Management

Logistics / Supply

Sys Eng Meth & Tools

Schedule

Operations

HW/SW/HF Eng M&T

Cost

Training

HME/Hyd/Pneum M&T

Risk

Maintenance

Power/Propulsion M&T

Staffing

Repair

Programmatics

  • Formal Structure for Representing Spectrum of System Data

  • Dynamic Schema Provides Means for Accommodating Emerging Data Representation Needs

  • A Broad, Extensible Representation Approach is Key


Geia 927 benefits

GEIA-927 Benefits

MV_Element

Material_

Document

System

Event

Facility

Environment

Flow

or_component

Design

Actor

Tool

Plan

Process

Objective

Function

Person

Organization

Requirement

Constraint

Manufacturing

Operations, Logistics

& Training

Program

Mgmt.

Concept

Development

System HW,

SW Design

System

Requirements

Test & Eval

Structural

System Design

GEIA-927 Schema

  • Traceability

    • Determine impact of changes across domains

    • Perform complex analysis on integrated information

  • Configuration Manage Data

    • Baseline across all information domains

    • Manage multiple options & tradeoffs

    • Be alerted when data of interest changes or schedule periodic analysis of data

  • Graphically View or Edit Any Information

    • Common interface to all information

    • Aids verifying data completeness

COTS

Server


Geia 927 content

GEIA-927 Content

  • Currently Integrates:

    • ISO 10303 (STEP) AP233 – Systems Engineering (PAS 20542)

    • DoD Corporate Logistics Data Model (Inventory/Requisition)

    • ISO 10303 (STEP) AP212 – Electrotechnical Design and Installation

    • ISO 10303 (STEP) AP239 – Product Life Cycle Support (2004)

  • Functional Views of Model

    • Activity-Physical Architecture

    • Common -Product

    • Documentation-Property

    • Functional Architecture-Requirement

    • Logistics -System Architecture

    • Effectivity -Product Life Cycle

  • Reference Model in HTML Format

  • Entity/Attribute Definitions (~900)

GEIA Balloting (Staffing) Scheduled for Oct – Nov 05


Geia 927 1 logistics product data

GEIA-927-1, Logistics Product Data

  • Content:

    • Implementation Model of the LSAR Data

    • LSAR Relational Schema

    • LSAR Data Definitions

  • Objectives:

    • First Implementation of GEIA-927 Schema

    • Provide Industry Standard for Acquisition of

      Logistics Product Data by DoD

  • Publication Timeframe:

    • Initial Draft Dec 05

    • Updated Draft Feb 06

    • Publish Apr 06

Not a

Process

Std!

Funded Effort!


Geia 927 1 content strawman

GEIA-927-1 Content Strawman

  • Introduction

    • Background

    • Scope

    • Description of Implementation Model in Graphical Form

  • Functional Areas

    • Description

    • Graphical representation of the area

    • Entity (Table) Descriptions

    • Relation Definitions/descriptions (Interface descriptions)

  • Data Element Definitions (Attributes) (in Appendix)

  • Implementation element mappings to GEIA-927 (in Appendix)

  • Lexical EXPRESS Implementation Model (in Appendix)

  • XML Schema Definition (in Appendix)

  • Data Exchange Set Definitions (in Appendix)

    • Task Data

    • Provisioning Data

    • Packaging Data

    • Cataloging Data


Geia 927 relationships

GEIA-927 Relationships

Reference Model

Schema

GEIA-927

System

Effectivity

Entities

Resource

Views

Activity

Systems Engr

Configuration Mgt

Program Mgt

Logistics

Common

Document

Property

GEIA-927-1

Logistics Product Data

(LSAR)

GEIA-836

GEIA-927-3, Etc.

Implementation Model

Implementation Model


Data standards and relationships

Data Standards and Relationships

Layers of Normalization

GEIA-927

Integration Reference Model

(Horizontal)

DDA

Others

10303 STEP APs (233, 212, 214,…)

PLCS

(239)

GEIA

Stds

Application Models

(Vertical)

Element Definitions

GEIA-927-1

Definition Sets

EIA-836

DDDS

UDEF

Naming/Identification

A Reference Model that integrates across domains, facilitates the normalization of information. Each functional domain must only validate with 1 reference model and they become harmonized with all other domains.


What is next

What is Next ?

  • GEIA-927 Expansion:

    • COMPASS (Mar 06)

    • CASA (Apr 06)

    • PFSA (May 06)

    • AP214 Core Data for Automotive

      Mechanical Design Processes (Jun 06)

  • Companion Handbook (Apr 06)

    • Integration Methodology

    • Modeling Guidelines

    • Tailoring Guidelines

    • EXPRESS Code for Reference Model

  • LOGSA Implementations (Dec 05 – Jun 06)

    • COMPASS

    • PowerLog

    • CASA

    • PFSA

GEIA-927 Advisory

Group Oversees

Effort

Effort is Funded!!!


Observations

Observations

  • Integration of LSAR and Logistics models in schema will enhance the ability to exchange Logistics Product Data across disparate Systems

  • GEIA-927-1, will fill the void for delivery/exchange of logistics information (e.g. provisioning, cataloging, packaging, task analysis, etc.)

  • GEIA-927-1 provides Government a “Contractible” Data delivery standard for Logistics Product Data.

  • GEIA-927 Advisory Group open to industry and government representatives


Contact information

Contact Information

  • Jim Colson (USAMC LOGSA)

    • [email protected]

    • 256-955-9928

  • GEIA-927 URL:

    • http://63.249.145.5/sstc/G47/GEIA-927/index.htm


Logsa acquisition logistics tools

LOGSA Acquisition Logistics Tools

Technology

Development

System Development

& Demonstration

Production

& Deployment

Operations

& Support

Concept Refinement

A

B

C

Logistics

System

Development

Ensure

Supportability

Considerations

Evaluate

Post Production

Support

ILS Planning/

Analyzing

Alternatives

Metrics Tracking –

Recap

  • Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) And Supportability Planning Documents Generation

  • Rule Based Expert System

  • Current Policy Compliant

  • Web Based

  • Standard Logistics Formats

  • Interface with LMP

  • Satisfies LSAR And LMI Requirements

  • Assists In Technical

    Manual Development

  • Level Of Repair Analysis

  • Force Structure Evaluation

  • Sparing/Stockage Optimization

  • Repair Versus Discard

  • Provides Weapon System View

  • Supports Fleet Management

  • Metric Tracking

  • Weapon system Assessment

  • Performance Data

  • Life Cycle Cost Model

  • Trade Off/

    Comparative Analyses

  • Warranty Analysis

  • Reliability Growth Analysis

  • Risk Analysis


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