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IW 2018 - Sessions Involving the MSI Challenge Team

The following are sessions at INCOSE IW18 (in Jacksonville FL) involving the Modeling and Simulation Interoperability (MSI) Team, which is part of the INCOSE MBSE Initiative.

MBSE Initiative POC: Russell Peak (MSI Team)

Sat-Mon - Jan 20-22, 2018

There are no separate MSI Team meetings on these days. We encourage participation in the MSI-related presentations during the MBSE plenary sessions and working group sessions, as seen on the INCOSE IW18 MBSE Initiative page.

Tue - Jan 23, 2018

MBX Ecosystems Workshop

This workshop continues the same model-based ecosystems topic meetings we had at IW15 and IW17. The main organizers are Chris Delp (NASA/JPL), Brittany Friedland (Boeing), and Russell Peak (Georgia Tech; POC). This year the focus is on MBX ecosystem implementations based on the OpenMBEE framework.

All times are shown in EST (US Eastern Standard Time zone).

This Tuesday session occurs 1:00pm to 5:00pm (EST) in the City Terrace 7 meeting room.

IW18 Focus: MBX Ecosystems as implemented via OpenMBEE framework

  1. Workshop-style = informal discussions & semi-formal presentations
  2. Have support for remote participants / remote presenters

The following speakers/participants are confirmed:

  1. Boeing: G Green, B Friedland, J Herrold
  2. Georgia Tech/ASDL: R Peak
  3. GTRI: B Cole
  4. Lockheed: C Galey, C Schreiber
  5. NASA/JPL: E Brower, C Delp, M Piette
  6. SERC/Stevens: M Blackburn

The following topics are confirmed:

  1. Intro & objectives
  2. Brief overview of OpenMBEE framework
  3. Status / experience using OpenMBEE (users)
    1. In production
    2. In pilots or other early/experimental usage
    3. Near-term next steps / desires
  4. Status / experience installing/supporting OpenMBEE (admins / ecosystem SEs)
    1. In production
    2. In pilots or other early/experimental usage
    3. Near-term next steps / desires
  5. Status / experience developing/extending OpenMBEE (developers)
    1. In production
    2. In pilots or other early/experimental usage
    3. Near-term next steps / desires
  6. Open discussion

MBX = model-based X, where X includes engineering (MBE), systems engineering (MBSE), manufacturing (MBM), test (MBT), operations (MBO), …, enterprise (MBE), …, life (MBL), …

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