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 ====== Digital Engineering Information Exchange Challenge====== ====== Digital Engineering Information Exchange Challenge======
-DEIX WG are planning ​to have a two day session at INCOSE IW 2020 to bring forward ​the idea of a challenge ​for the implementation stage of the DVM with respect ​to the CDR feature teamWe would like your participation to review this charter as well as to finalize our technical data package ​to be presented to the vendor towards the end of INCOSE IW 2020We look forward ​to having service membersindustry, and academia collaborate on what it is we will be accepting as criteria for the challenge team+What is the DEIX Challenge?​ 
 +As the industry migrates into Digital Engineering,​ the amount of data that must be managed, correlated, and exchanged easily overwhelms. ​ In order for the transformation ​to Digital Engineering ​to be worth the cost, actionable knowledge has to be synthesized from various kinds of models and other sources of digital information.  
 +The INCOSE/NDIA Digital Engineering Information Exchange Working Group (DEIXWG) is soliciting participants ​for its Digital Engineering Information Exchange Challenge kicking off in July 2020 and culminating in the unveiling ​of challenge submissions at the 2020 NDIA Systems and Mission Engineering Conference. ​ The DEIX Challenge is an opportunity for anyone interested in Digital Engineering/​Transformation from across Government, Industry, and Academia ​to help shape the future of Digital Engineering DEIX Challenge Submissions are to be built upon a DEIXWG-provided Digital Viewpoint Model and should include proposed notional Digital Views that could be used for providing and consuming Digital Information pulled from multiple Digital Artifacts ​Successful DEIX Challenge Submissions will involve developing novel ways to synthesize and fuse Digital Information from a collection of SysMLMatlab, MCAD, FEA, and other types of Digital Artifacts into a Digital View that addresses a participant-created scenario of specific perspectives and needs 
-If you have an interest in accepting and contributing ​to this challenge, please contact McGervey, Sean M<>​+Link to NDIA 2020 Virtual Systems and Mission Engineering Conference:​events/​2020/​11/​10/​2020-vsystems-and-mission-engineering-conference ​
-We are excitedly anticipate ​the time we can collaborate with you, our team, at these working group meetings.+Please download and review ​the challenge files for challenge details and submission instructions. Interested participants ​can email Sean McGervey ( for any questions and comments regarding the challenge.
-==== Working ​Files ==== +==== DEIX Challenge Question and Answer Sessions ==== 
-{{ :mbse:DEIX:DEIXWG_DVM_-_CDR_Digital_View_Vendor_Challenge_20191202.pptx|Draft Concept Model}} | Ken Zhang|+To assist Participants in crafting their submissions,​ the DEIXWG Leadership Team will be holding virtual “office hours” over Zoom™ every other Friday from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET, starting August 14th, 2020. 
 +Zoom link: https://​​j/​92961300408 
 +==== DEIX Challenge ​Files ==== 
 +{{:​mbse:​DEIX:​DEIX Challenge Info.pdf|Challenge 1 page summary}}| 
 +{{ :​mbse:​DEIX:​DEIX Challenge RFP 20200722.docx|Challenge info and RFP for Participants}} | | 
 +{{:​mbse:​DEIX:​DEIX Chanllenge ​Concept|DVM Concept Model - Cameo model file and html view export}}|  
 +{{:​mbse:​DEIX:​deix_challenge-rev3-20200918.docx|Challenge Update Sept 18 2020}}|
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