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NAFEMS / INCOSE Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group – Meeting #4

NAFEMS / INCOSE Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group – Meeting #4

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NAFEMS / INCOSE Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group – Meeting #4

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  1. NAFEMS / INCOSESystems Modeling & Simulation Working Group – Meeting #4 A unique opportunity for the international Engineering Analysis (CAE) and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) communitiesto work together Version 5

  2. Agenda • 8.00 – 8.20am:General Frank Popielas (Chair of SMSWG) • Opening • Recent activities • SMSWG Collaborative Community Overview • 8.40am – 12.00pm: FMI / FMU and Modelica as Standard in the System Modeling and Simulation Space • 8.40 – 9.00am: Intro to FMI / FMU and Modelica Ed Ladzinski (SMSWG SC) • 9.00 – 10.00am: FMI / FMU as a Standard – Overview Dr. Hubertus Tummescheit (CEO Modelon Inc.) • Break • 10.15-11.15am: FMI / FMU and Modelica in the Cloud Dr Michael Tiller (President at Xogeny Inc.) • 11.15am – 12.00pm: FMI Motivation and Deployment at Ford Dale Matkovich (VEME Core Process Supervisor, Ford Motor Company) Version 5

  3. Systems Modeling and Simulation Working Group (SMSWG) Mission To develop a vendor-neutral, end-user driven consortiumthat not only promotes the advancement of the technology and practices associated with integration of engineering analysis and systems engineering, but also acts as the advisory body to drive strategic direction fortechnology development and standards in the space of complex engineering. This group will support activities that bridge engineering analysis and systems engineering to provide digital solutions to represent real life experiences; and optimize the integration of systems engineering and simulation solutions for both OEM and supplier. This includes education, communication, promotion of standards, and development of requirements that will have general benefits to the simulation and analysis community with the identification of benchmarks and major strategic issues (grand challenges). Version 5

  4. Challenges for industry • Increased product complexity • Reduce time-to-market • Promoting collaboration among multiple engineering disciplines • Integrating complex systems engineering processes • Enabling the sharing of intellectual property among globally dispersed teams, companies and industries. • Managing costs while still ensuring that performance objectives can be met. Version 5

  5. Objectives for SMSWG • To address the challenges, SMSWG will define best practices and identify standards for both manufacturers and vendors to follow. • SMSWG will focus on merging of engineering analysis with overall systems analysis to perform more realistic, accurate, and lifelike behavior modeling & simulation. • Successful execution will result in new opportunities for industries to fundamentally transform their business processes and reduce development cycle time and cost by providing an upfront optimization of the product for the complete product life cycle Version 5

  6. Framework of Activities • Investigate & develop a deeper understanding in subject areas • Develop SMSWG Technical Roadmap • Identify key senior executive mentors • Identify and learn from universities and research organizations • Develop requirements • Share / exchange SMSWG deployment & use experiences • Respond to business segment needs • Publish white papers and similar documents • Publish "Best / Recommended Practices" guides • Produce requirements documents • Provide education about SMSWG Version 5

  7. Activities – Current Focus • SMS Wikipedia • All input is welcome • What makes the SMSWG special? • SMSWG Roadmap • Simple Overview • Identify Technologies needed to enable System Modeling and Simulation • FMI / FMU • Modelica Version 5

  8. Main Events to Date – WG • SMSWG#01 (kick-off meeting): 28 January 2013 @ INCOSE International Workshop (Jacksonville USA), with introductory presentations and showing great interest from both communities • SMSWG#02: 24 June 2013 @ 23rd INCOSE International Symposium (Philadelphia USA) with over 35 people participating • SMSWG#03: 10 Dec 2013 via WebEx (briefing on status of activities) • SMSWG#04: 28 Jan 2014 @ IW 2014 (Los Angeles USA) Version 5

  9. Main events to date – Others • Misc events: • SMSWG session @ NAFEMS World Congress (9-12 June 2013, Salzburg, Austria) Version 5

  10. Main events to date – SC • #1: kick-off (25-Apr-13) • #02 (20-Jun-13) • #03 (07-Nov-13) • #04 (27-Nov-13) • #5 (15-Jan-14) • #6 (28-Jan-14) - scheduled Version 5

  11. Governance The activities of the SMSWG and its Steering Committee are governed by the respective NAFEMS and INCOSE regulations • Steering Committee (initiating members in 2013): • Frank Popielas (Dana Holding Corporation) – Chairman & lead from NAFEMS • Roger Burkhart (John Deere) – Co-chair and lead from INCOSE • Ralf Hartmann / Christopher Hess (Astrium) • Allison Barnard-Feeney / Conrad Bock (NIST) • Peter Coleman (Airbus) • Jian Dong (Boeing) • Ed Ladzinski (Dassault Systemes) • Ahmed Noor (ODU) • Mark Sampson (Siemens PLM) – INCOSE MBSE Initiative • By-laws covering Mission; General Powers; Members, Tenure, Qualifications; Elections; Contracts; Publications; Amendments; etc. Version 5

  12. Membership (January 2014) • More than 85 individuals registered interest, representing: • Over 45 organisations including aerospace & defence (25%); automotive (9%); academia (1%); consulting (14%); energy (2%); medical (1%); other industry (4%); software solutions & services (34%); standards (5%) • 8 countries (USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Japan) • Current focus is in North America (69%) and Europe (25%) with remainder (6%) undeclared • Interest from Asia-Pacific region is to be explored • Ed Ladzinski is working with Dr. Gao • We are looking into a regional sub-group. Version 5

  13. How to join this Volunteer Community Please send an email to: • Frank Popielas frank.popielas@dana.com and/or • Roger Burkhart BurkhartRogerM@johndeere.com To find out more, visit the SMSWG website: https://sites.google.com/a/nafems.org/smswg/ Version 5