Saturday January 20
TIMLM WG Opening Session: Getting started with a quick overview of 2017 and plans for 2018 and an introduction of our project leaders an contributors.
SE Tools Database Project Introduction: INCOSE has initiated a joint project to develop a new web-based Systems Engineering Tools Database with Project Performance International (PPI). The database will be accessible from the INCOSE and PPI websites, with login access administered by INCOSE and PPI IT systems. This session will introduce the project plan and introduce the INCOSE and PPI Project Managers and Technical Leaders.
The LOTAR for MBSE Project and PDES Inc./ INCOSE Collaboration (Mark Williams): INCOSE and PDES Inc. have established an formal working agreement to collaborate on projects to accelerate the development, the implementation, and the use of robust engineering data exchange standards in the digital enterprise. This session will announce this joint collaboration and provide an overview of the progress of a joint LOTAR for MBSE project.
User Perspective of SysML V2 (John Herrold and Robert Malone) : SysML V2 Specification was broken into two different specifications with the SysML V2 Language RFP being issued on 12/2/2017 and the SysML V2 API and Service RFP which is going for OMG approval for submission in March 2018. As a result of negotiations with several OMG members, the original SysML RFP was broken into mandatory and non-mandatory requirements sections that were reviewed in this session.
OSLC - Time for an Update and Open Discussion (Axel Reichwein and Bill Chown)
Sunday January 21
Criteria for a Robust MBSE Environment discussion (Robert Malone, Boeing): Evaluating and choosing a comprehensive Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) platform to serve as the basis for a deployable large scale Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tool suite is a challenging task with many factors to take into account. Applying a Systems Engineering approach to the problem gives a highly useful roadmap for choosing an effective solution.
Modeling Standards and Boeing Methodology (Robert Malone, Boeing): Through successful employment of large scale Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) over many years, The Boeing Company has developed an elaborate data model and associated constraining business rules that form part of its MBSE tool suite specifications. Advantages inherent in this core data model and business rule set are detailed. These core data model elements and business rules should be applicable to modeling efforts across engineering domains. A mapping of these core data elements to the SysML v2 RFP requirements is provided.
Modeling and Data Interoperability Standards: Where to Next? (Mark Williams, Boeing; Don Tolle, CIMdata): There are a number of standards and industry collaboration initiatives underway to enable the vision of digitalization and model-based processes for engineering across the entire systems lifecycle. This session will include
an overview of those initiatives and the specific MBSE standards and their perceived maturity. We will then discuss the gaps and highest priority items in relation to the industry’s business needs and opportunities for global supply chain collaboration.
MBSE Track: Digital Engineering/PLM (Don Tolle, CIMdata)
MBSE Track: TIMLM WG Update (John Nallon, DXC Technology)
MBSE Track: LOTAR for MBSE (Mark Williams, Boeing/PDES Inc.)
MBSE Track: An Overview of OSLC (Axel Reichwein, Koneksys)
Tools Database Workshop - (John Nallon, Rene King)
Monday January 22
MoSSeC Standard and Model Interoprability (Greg Pollari, Rockwell Collins): Update to the new ISO standard (ISO/AWI 22071, AP243) on MoSSEC (Modelling and Simulation information in a collaborative Systems Engineering Context). This model metadata exchange standard covers the "Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why" of MBSE.
TIMLM WG Project Planning Sessions Tuesday January 23
Closing Reception & WG MarketPlace (Quad Chart Bazzar) Open discussions with members on the activities and plans of the working group.