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Meeting Charts and Notes from DEIX Forums

2019 Annual NDIA Systems and Mission Engineering Conference

Date: October 21 to 24, 2019

Location: Hilton Tampa Downtown, 211 N. Tampa Street, Tampa FL

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
10/22/2019 DEIX DVM Presentation Sean McGervey and Sean McGervey
10/22/2019 DE for Next Gen John Coleman, PhD
10/22/2019 DEIX standards for DE Policy Celia Tseng

2019 Annual INCOSE International Symposium (IS)

Date: July 20 to 25, 2019

Location: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, One Grand Cypress Blvd, Orlando FL

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
01/22/2019 - 1000 - 1200 EST DEIX High Level Concept Presentation John Coleman, PhD
01/22/2019 - 1000 - 1200 EST DEIX High Level Concept Document John Coleman, PhD, Tamara Hambrick, Frank J. Salvatore, Chris Schreiber, Celia Tseng
01/22/2019 - 1000 - 1200 EST DEIX Digital Viewpoint Model UpdateTamara Hambrick, Sean McGervey
01/22/2019 - 1000-1200 EST DEIX DVM CDR User StoriesKen Zhang
01/22/2019 - 1000-1200 EST DEIX Standards Framework UpdateCelia Tseng

2019 Annual INCOSE International Workshop (IW)

Date: January 26 to 29, 2019

Location: Torrance Marriott Redondo Beach, 3635 Fashion Way, Torrance, California 90503

Abstract:Facilitate sessions where the Authors will present their MBE topic solicit consensus on the explanations as described in the working versions of the DEIX encyclopedia. Then solicit feedback on the lists of relevant standards, then, agree to the priority and the applicability to exchanging MBE information between buyers, suppliers, and disciplines. Also, A working session to evolve the current state of the Digital Engineering Information Exchange models. The team will engage in collaborative sessions to model the digital viewpoint for Model-Based Engineering (MBE) Information in the first 1/2. Then the team will work to develop the logical model for exchanging MBE information between buyers, suppliers, and engineering disciplines.

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
01/27/2019 - 1420 - 1440 PST DEIX Emerging Thoughts from the Community John Coleman, PhD
01/28/2019 - 0900-1000 PST DEIX Digital Viewpoint Model OverviewTamara Hambrick
01/28/2019 - 1000-1030 PST DEIX DVM Concept ModelSean McGervey
01/28/2019 - 1000-1030 PST DEIX Standards Framework OverviewCelia Tseng
01/28/2019 - 1000-1030 PST DVM Workshop Presentation
DVM Workshop Outputs
Missy Wallace, Sean McGervey, Celia Tseng

MORS Emerging Techniques Special Meeting (METSM)

Date: Oct. 24 to Oct. 26, 2018

Location: Hilton Mark Center, 5000 Seminary Rd., Alexandria, VA

Topic:Accroding to MORS ETS, “The MORS Emerging Techniques Special Meeting (METSM) will feature high-quality technical presentations from leading experts from both inside and outside the MORS family and provide an opportunity for consumers of analysis and non-traditional providers of analysis to meet and share their needs and capabilities. METSM will provide a forum for presentations, demonstrations, and discussions on developing and employing emerging analytic techniques with an eye toward the problems of the National Security Community.”

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
12/07/2018 - 0930 - 1030 EST DoD Digital Engineering Strategy and Implementation Tracee Gilbert, PhD
12/07/2018 - 1330-1600 EST Exchanging Model-Centric Digital Artifacts for the System Life Cycle John H. Coleman III, Ph.D.

DEIX Presentations at 2018 NDIA SE Conference

Date: Oct. 24 to Oct. 26, 2018

Location: 2900 Bayport Dr., Tampa, FL 33607 at Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay in the Audubon Conference Room

Abstract: As the Department of Defense (DoD) digital engineering effort has advanced, a need has emerged for a way to articulate the exchange of graphical and non-graphical digital artifacts among diverse stakeholders and digital technologies. The DoD Systems Engineering office proposes a construct, the Digital Engineering Information Exchange Model (DEIXM), that can form the foundation for an agreed-upon approach across the aerospace and defense sectors of government, industry, and academia. Fluid and seamless exchanges of digital artifacts enhances our ability to maintain a technological edge. As the U.S. Government collaborates with industry and academia on the realization of a DEIXM, we can enable parties to offer, request, and exchange digital artifacts. To achieve this end, we are broadening our initial DoD-focused development through collaboration with NDIA and INCOSE. The outcome of this initiative will be a DEIXM that establishes conventions on how the engineering of systems defines, creates, uses, and exchanges digital artifacts for the life cycle management of its systems and products. The desired benefits of a DEIXM result in full-spectrum solutions for digital engineering, private and public leaders innovating the way we do business, and technical practitioners improving their performance.

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
10/24/2018 - 1100 - 1130 EST Exchanging Digital Artifacts for the Engineering Life Cycle Ms. Philomena Zimmerman
10/24/2018 - 1700-1800 EST DEIX WG Product DescriptionsJohn Coleman, Frank Salvatore, & Chris Schreiber

DEIXWG Inaugural Meeting at INCOSE IS 2018

Date: Jul. 9, 2018; 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Location: 1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 at Grand Hyatt Washington Hotel in the Burnham Conference Room

Purpose: This was the inaugural meeting for the DEIXWG (pronounced dex-wig). This meeting is derived from the Digital Artifacts Team Challenge at the INCOSE IW 2018. The purpose is to discuss the way forward for digital artifacts under this working group, present current thinking on the subject, and propose ways for volunteers to participate

TimeAgenda Item/Presentation LinkPresenter
1330-1415 DEIX WG IntroductionFrank Salvatore, John Coleman, Chris Schreiber
1415-1500 Model CurationDonna Rhodes
1530-1545 MBE ManifestoEd Carrol
1545 - 1630 Taxonomies and Ontologies for Development of LexiconSteven Jenkins
1630-1700 RT-182: Enterprise Systems-of-Systems Model for Digital Thread Enabled AcquisitionTom McDermott

NDIA Modeling and Simulation Committee, Digital Artifacts Workshop

Date: Aug. 13 - Aug. 14, 2018

Location: Lockheed Martin, Maritime Plaza, 1201 M St SE, Washington DC 20003

Workshop focus – Digital models and data exchange. Define what a portable model is and the users and interfaces. This is a very non trivial topic that our OSD sponsor is asking for industry help to refine. Last year we looked at digital system models to support acquisition, this year we extend into how those digital models can interoperate.

KEYNOTES
Presentation LinkPresenter
SE Transformation - NAVAIR Dave Cohen - NAVAIR
Thoughts on Model Interoperability Sean McGervey - JHU-APL
Digital Artifacts and the Need for Portability Phil Zimmerman - ODASD(SE)
OUTBRIEFS
Presentation LinkPresenter
Team 1 Outbrief Breakout Team #1 - Digital Artifact Concept Model
Team 2 Outbrief Breakout Team #2 - Acquirer Point of View
Team 3 Outbrief Breakout Team #3 - Provider Point of View
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