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Systems Engineering From a Life Cycle Perspective. John Groenenboom Director Engineering – Mesa Boeing Rotorcraft Dec 12, 2007. Outline. The Acquisition Life Cycle – A Refresher Systems Engineering – The Function As Applied Across the Life Cycle. FRP Decision Review.

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systems engineering from a life cycle perspective

Systems Engineering From a Life Cycle Perspective

John GroenenboomDirector Engineering – MesaBoeing RotorcraftDec 12, 2007

outline
Outline
  • The Acquisition Life Cycle – A Refresher
  • Systems Engineering – The Function
  • As Applied Across the Life Cycle
slide3

FRP

Decision Review

System Engineering Across the Life Cycle

The Current 5000 Model

A

B

C

IOC

Concept

Exploration

Component

Advanced

Development

System Integration

System Demo

LRIP

Full-Rate Production

& Deployment

Operations

& Support

Concept Decision

Critical Design Review

System Dev & Demonstration

Production & Deployment

Concept & Tech Development

Sustainment

Pre-Systems Acquisition

Systems Acquisition

(Engineering & manufacturing development, demonstration, LRIP & production)

BLOCK II

Continuous communication with users

BLOCK III

Early & continuous testing

BLOCK IV

BLOCK V

ITR

ASR

SRR

PDR

CDR

FRR

PCR

ECPR

SFR

TRR

SVR/PRR

Design

Reviews

evolutionary spiral development adds the forth view of time

Block III

Block II

Block I

Evolutionary (Spiral) Development Adds the Forth View of Time

An architecture is:

“the structure of components, their interrelationships, and the principles and guidelines governing their design and evolution over time.”

Source:  DoD Integrated Architecture Panel, 1995

Based on IEEE STD 610.12

Systems View

Operational View

What systems to bring together and how to organize them to provide capability

What the warfighter wants to do and how

Technical View

How to put the pieces together

Build-In Capability to Grow Upfront

systems engineering functions
Systems Engineering Functions
  • System Architecture and Definition
  • Operations and Systems Analysis
  • Affordability
  • Measurement and Control
  • System Modeling and Simulation
  • System Integration, Verification and Validation
  • Reliability, Maintainability and Systems Health
  • Human Systems Integration
  • Systems Safety
  • Systems Security
  • Certification and Qualification
  • Communication and Networks
  • Customer Engineering
systems engineering responsibilities
Systems Engineering Responsibilities
  • Concept(s) of Operation
    • Customer/User Relationships
    • Use Case(s)
    • Modeling, Simulation and Analysis
  • Requirements
    • Functional Analysis
    • Requirements Allocations
    • Verification/Validation
    • KPPs/TPMs
  • Risk Management
    • Readiness Level; Technology, Integration and Manufacturing
    • Verification/Validation Progress
systems engineering responsibilities1
Systems Engineering Responsibilities
  • Configuration (Baseline) Management
    • Requirements
    • KPP/TPM Margins (Growth)
    • Product Definition
  • Integrated Master Plan / Integrated Master Schedule
    • Entrance and Exit Criteria
    • Interface Control
    • Trade-Offs
  • Affordability
    • Design for Manufacturing and Maintenance
    • Product Effectiveness and Value
    • Growth Capabilities and Relevance
systems engineering execution
Systems Engineering - Execution
  • Culture
    • Propensity to Understand the System Solution
    • Understood as a Behavior by Entire Team
  • Organization
    • Defined Responsibility/Authority/Accountability
  • SEP/SEMP
    • Defined Plan of Execution
systems engineering where industry is coming from
Systems Engineering: Where Industry Is Coming From:

Industry:

Program

Management

Production

Engineering

Product Support

T&E

Finance

SM&P

Training

Bus.Dev.

Quality

New Bus

systems engineering where industry and government need to be
Systems Engineering: Where Industry and Government Need to Be:

Product

Support

Program

Management

Training

Production

Engineering

Quality

T&E

Bus.Dev.

Finance

New Bus

SM&P

System Engineering Is……

….Integration Equally Across The Entire Program

points to ponder
Points to Ponder
  • Has System Complexity Changed the Fundamentals of Systems Engineering?
  • Has System Complexity Highlighted the need for Effective Application of Systems Engineering?
disciplined systems engineering at every stage

FRP

Decision Review

Disciplined Systems Engineeringat Every Stage

A

B

C

IOC

Concept

Exploration

Component

Advanced

Development

System Integration

System Demo

LRIP

Full-Rate Production

& Deployment

Operations

& Support

Concept Decision

Critical Design Review

System Dev & Demonstration

Production & Deployment

Concept & Tech Development

Sustainment

Pre-Systems Acquisition

Systems Acquisition

(Engineering & manufacturing development, demonstration, LRIP & production)

BLOCK II

Continuous communication with users

BLOCK III

Early & continuous testing

BLOCK IV

BLOCK V

concept and technology development
Concept and Technology Development

What:

  • Starts with the Customer Requirements Group
  • Applying Future Technology Solutions
  • To Anticipated Future Scenarios
  • Based Upon Past and Current User Experiences

How:

  • Participation in the JROC
  • Development of Concept(s) of Operation
  • Identification of Technologies
  • Determination of Risk Reduction, Technology Maturation Requirements
system development and demonstration
System Development and Demonstration

What:

  • Flows from the Concept Stage
  • Ranging from Risk Reduction Activities
  • To Detail Design
  • Tracing Requirements from the Concept to an Operational Demonstration

How:

  • Defined Set of Requirements with Growth for Future Needs
  • A Functional Analysis to Determine Allocations
  • Traceability between Requirements and Ver/Val
  • Continual Review of Risks, Issues and Opportunities to Identify and Resolve
  • Full Engagement with Customer and Suppliers in Execution and Control
production and deployment
Production and Deployment

What:

  • Initiates with LRIP Before SDD Complete
  • Spans Annual Lot upgrades and Major Block Improvements
  • Proving the Effectiveness of SDD Relative to DFMA and Lean
  • Providing a Foundation for People, Technologies and Capabilities

How:

  • Baseline Control of the Configuration, and KPP/TPM Margins
  • Identification and Resolutions of Risks, Issues and Opportunities
  • Tracking of Obsolescence, and –ilities to Ensure Quality
  • Engagement with User Community for Emerging Needs
  • Identifying Technologies to Keep the System Relevant
operations and support
Operations and Support

What:

  • Begins by Influencing the Concept and Technology Stage
    • Lessons Learned
    • Spiral Development
  • Impacts the Design
  • A Partnership with the User Community; on Their Terms
  • Ends by in Influencing the Next Lot/Block Upgrade

How:

  • Engagement with User Community Documenting Experiences
  • Identification and Resolution of Issues
  • Capturing Opportunities to Upgrade the Product
slide17
The Customer Expects a Quality Product through Effective Execution of System Engineering and Program Management

The Triple Constraint

TECHNICAL

PERFORMANCE

Scope

BUDGET

SCHEDULE

SE Fundamentals are the Same for Complex Systems, Just more Essential