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INCOSE 2015 MBSE Workshop Breakout Session

Session Title: Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)

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Moderator: Axel Reichwein, Koneksys (axel.reichwein@koneksys.com)

Objectives

  • Understand challenges for achieving data traceability, integration, interoperability
  • Understand benefits of Linked Data
  • Understand how Linked Data and RESTful Web services can support data traceability, integration, interoperability
  • See demos of existing OSLC solutions including OSLC adapters for Simulink and MagicDraw, and OSLC search and link tools
  • Get an overview of open-source solutions at Eclipse Lyo
  • Understand existing and future OSLC standardization efforts
  • Understand the support for Change and Configuration Management with OSLC
  • Understand the perspective of a tool vendor supporting OSLC
  • Understand the perspective of an industry end user using OSLC
  • Provide a forum for open discussion

Summary

Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an integration approach based on the Web which is increasingly used for Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solutions. The Web can capture relationships between documents (e.g. web pages) and data (Linked Data). OSLC is based on Linked Data to capture links between engineering data.

OSLC is also an initiative aiming at simplifying collaboration across the system development and system delivery lifecycle. The initiative is not only open and non-proprietary but it also encourages all industry members, including vendors, open source projects, consultants, and in-house developers, to participate.

Agenda

The sessions on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning are identical.


Session 1 - Saturday, January 24, 2015 (13:00 - 16:00)

  • Introduction to OSLC - Axel Reichwein, Koneksys (60min) presentation
  • Mentor Graphics' support of OSLC - Bill Chown, Mentor Graphics (45min) presentation
  • Raytheon's experience with OSLC - Ron Williamson, Raytheon (45min) presentation
  • Industry end-user panel with open Q&A (30min)

Session 2 - Sunday, January 25, 2015 (09:00 - 12:00)

  • Introduction to OSLC - Axel Reichwein, Koneksys (60min) presentation
  • Mentor Graphics' support of OSLC - Bill Chown, Mentor Graphics (45min) presentation
  • Raytheon's experience with OSLC - Ron Williamson, Raytheon (45min) presentation
  • Industry end-user panel with open Q&A (30min)

Speaker Profiles

reichwein8914linkedin.jpg Axel Reichwein, Consultant at Koneksys, has developed since 2012 several OSLC-based integration solutions including OSLC adapters for MagicDraw SysML, Simulink, AMESim, and PTC Integrity. As Co-chair of the OMG OSLC4MBSE working group, he investigates how OSLC can be used for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). He received a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Stuttgart and performed postdoctoral research at the Georgia Institute of Technology in system architecture modeling and multidisciplinary data integration.

bc_incose.jpg Bill Chown, Bill Chown is product manager for the system-level engineering division at Mentor Graphics, responsible for OSLC-based integrated tool solutions for electronic system design. He has worked as an electronic designer, systems engineer and group leader in both systems and semiconductor companies before joining the EDA vendor community with Mentor Graphics in 1982. He is active in several standards bodies, a board member for the Object Management Group, a Senior Member of the IEEE, and Board Member and CIO of INCOSE.

ASCII Ron Williamson, Ron has over 30 years experience in software and systems engineering in both aerospace and commercial domains. He is currently a Senior Engineering Fellow at Raytheon and provides leadership in Command and Control systems and Model Based Engineering initiatives. He has worked in several domains including FAA Air Space Management and Navigation and Guidance Systems, NASA Earth Science ECS, Defense systems and civil communications and traffic management systems.He is a CSEP and has been a member of the INCOSE MBSE activity leadership team for several years and focuses on model based architectures for complex systems. Ron also teaches Model Based Systems Engineering and Computer Systems Architectures part time as an adjunct at Loyola Marymount University, California State University Fullerton and the Caltech Center for Technology and Management Education.


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