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Manufacturing and Industrial Systems Domain Task Force - ManTIS DTF
ManTIS is OMG's Manufacturing Technology and Industrial Systems Domain Task Force (ManTIS DTF). The mission of ManTIS is to foster the emergence of cost effective, timely, commercially available and interoperable software components for the Manufacturing and Industrial Systems domain through the development of standard interfaces using the OMG process. ManTIS will issue specifications for Manufacturing, Industrial Processes and Control Systems.
Objectives of ManTIS are:
- To Recommend technology specifications based on OMG's Model Driven Architecture (MDA) that enable interoperability, reusability and modularity.
- To Encourage development of standard interfaces that encapsulate legacy systems, enabling their integration and easing migration to new technologies.
- To Encourage adoption of ManTIS-related OMG specifications by other standardization organizations
- To Establish a working relationship with other Task Forces in both Platform and Domain Technology Committees of the OMG to provide mutual support and leverage for each other's specifications.
- To Establish and maintain active liaison relationships with appropriate external organizations in support of the preceding goals.
This WIKI will capture the work of ManTIS and will help to find the relevant documentation. If you would like to join the ManTIS group or participate in the ongoing discussion feel free to contact the chairs mentioned below.
Current hot topics of ManTIS include the Integration of PLM and MBSE and standardization work in the context of the Industrial Internet and Industrie 4.0.
Uwe Kaufmann, ModelAlchemy Consulting, Falkensee, Germany
Michael Pfenning, XPLM, Viernheim, Germany
Chairs E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Group E-Mail: email@example.com
ManTIS is currently working on theses topics:
PLM MBSE Integration
ManTIS is workig together with OMG's SE DSIG on the integration of PLM and MBSE. It therefor wants to bring all relevant stakeholders together: PLM and MBSE vendors as well as industry users and academia. The working group PLM4MBSE of the German chapter of INCOSE (GfSE e.V.) published a Paper with 10 thesis about MBSE and PLM which can be found here.
MBSE and IIOT in Manufacturing Information Day
We're planning to hold a “MBSE and IIOT in Manufacturing Information Day” at the upcoming OMG TC Meeting in Brussels, June 5-9 2017.
This Information Day is a follow-up of the Information Day held at the Berlin OMG TC Meeting 2015. More information on this event can be found here:
Next meeting: Reston, VA, USA, March 2017
ManTIS DTF will convene at the next OMG technical meeting in Reston, VA, in the week of Mar 20 2017.
ManTIS plenary is scheduled Mon., Mar 20 2017, 09:00-17:00.
Please provide your agenda items for this meeting to the attention of the mantis chairs firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information also check OMG's web-site: OMG
OMG TC Meeting, Coronado, CA, December 2016
ManTIS plenary on Monday Dec. 6 2016, 09:00 - 17:00
Presentations shown at the meeting:
|An Improved Method of Physical Interaction and Signal Flow Modeling for Systems Engineering||Conrad||Bock||NIST||2016-12-01|
|THE DIGITAL ENGINEERING JOURNEY - ALM-PLM integration at PTC||Matthew||Hause||PTC||2016-12-02|
|Proof of Concept for PLM-MBSE integration from mecPro research project||Patrick||Müller||CONTACT||2016-12-03|
|Platform driven MBSE models - Proof of Concept for PLM-MBSE integration with ARAS PLM and IBM Rhapsody||Pawel||Chadzynski||ARAS||2016-12-04|
|Syndeia: Weaving the digital blueprint across MBSE, PLM, ALM, Data, Simulations, and Projects||Manas||Bajaj||InterCAX||2016-12-05|
|INCOSE/GfSE Working Group PLM4MBSE – update||Uwe||Kaufmann||ModelAlchemy||2016-12-06|
|Coronado ManTIS DTC report||Uwe||Kaufmann||ModelAlchemy||2016-12-07|