Next meeting: 2019 September - Nashville, TN, USA
ManTIS DTF will convene at the next OMG technical meeting in Nashville, TN, in the week of September 23 2019.
ManTIS plenary meeting, September 23 2019, 09:00-17:00
Please take notice of the RFI for a "Product Knowledge Framework”, issued at the Amsterdam TC meeting. This RFI is soliciting responses by Nov. 11. 2019. We're going to discuss the RFI responses at the December TC meeting in Long Beach, CA.
Themes of interest for this meeting:
on Production Logistics Modeling
OMG/ISO/MIMOSA coordination on lifecycle asset management
for model integration / model interchange beyond XMI
PLM-integrated MBSE / SysML Ecosystem
Formal methods for digital master / digital twin representation and interlinking
Long Term / Reach out to
The agenda for the meeting is under preparation. For the completion of the agenda please provide your interest for the upcoming meeting to the attention of the mantis chairs firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the OMG TC meeting also check:
OMG Meeting information and registration
and OMG's web-site:
ManTIS hosted OMG Information Days
ManTIS hosted a series of OMG information days with the objective to initiate discussion with other interested parties like IIC, Industrie 4.0, Smart Manufacturing.
Please also check Information from past Manufacturing Information Days here:
Manufacturing and Industrial Systems Domain Task Force - ManTIS DTF charter
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.
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.
2019 June - Amsterdam, Netherlands
ManTIS plenary meeting, June 17 2019, 09:00-17:00
Deliverables from the meeting
Product Knowledge Framework (PKF) RFI
(William Beavin, BOEING)
MBSE – Why Model Management Matters (Christian Muggeo, CONTACT Software)
Research Project GENIAL: SysML as core component of a knowledge-based platform supporting roadmapping in the early phases of integrated microelectronic innovation processes in the automotive industry (Damun Mollahassani, University of Kaiserslautern, VPE)
SENSR - Simple Electronic Notation for Sensor Reporting initial RFP
submission presentation (Jason Smith, Elemental Reasoning)
prostep ivip SysML Workflow Forum - status and future plans (Veronica Haber, prostep ivip)
GfSE SysML Industrialization (SMInd) status and update (Uwe Kaufmann, GfSE)
Exchange and Harmonize SysML Models with SpecIF (Oskar von Dungern, Adessso)
Model interchange – needs Diff and Merge capabilities! (Daniel Siegl, LieberLieber)
Ideas and requirements for RFP
on Model Interchange beyond XMI (Uwe Kaufmann, GfSE)
Update on Productive 4.0 project and intro to Arrowhead Tools (Øystein Haugen, HIOF)
2019 March - Reston, VA
ManTIS plenary meeting, March 18 2019, 09:00-17:00
Highlights / presentations from this Meeting:
GfSE activities update (Uwe Kaufmann,GfSE)
PLM / SE Integration of CONTACT Elements and valispace (Louise Lindblad, valispace & Christian Muggeo, CONTACT Software)
SENSR Draft RFP
submission presentation (Jason Smith, ElementalReasoning)
ISO TC 184 SC4 - overview of current projects and activities (Allison Barnard-Feeney, NIST)
Production and Logistics Systems Modeling (Timothy Sprock, NIST)
2018 December - Seattle, WA
ManTIS plenary meeting, December 10 2018, 09:00-17:00
Highlights / presentations from this Meeting:
prostep ivip SysML WorkFlow Forum presentation (Timo Wekerle, prostep ivip)
Closed-Loop Systems Engineering with CONTACT Elements – a tool vendor demonstration on PLM-MBSE integration (Christian Muggeo, CONTACT Software)
Productive 4.0 and HIOF (Øystein Haugen, HIOF)
Simple Electronic Notation for Sensor Reporting (SENSR) RFP
submission status (Jason Smith, Elemental Reasoning)
2018 September - Ottawa, CA
ManTIS plenary meeting, September 24 2018, 09:00-17:00
ManTIS plenary meeting, September 27 2018, 09:00-10:00
2018 June - Boston, MA, USA
ManTIS DTF will convene at the next OMG technical meeting in Boston, MA, in the week of June 18 2018.
ManTIS plenary meeting, June 18 2018, 09:00-17:00
Following are the items of interest as discussed in Reston:
2018 March - Reston, VA, USA
ManTIS plenary meeting, March 18 2018, 09:00-17:00
2017 December - Burlingame, CA, USA
At the OMG technical meeting in Burlingame, CA, in the week of Dec. 04 2017, ManTIS DTF hosted a Manufacturing Information Day on Wednesday, Dec. 6 2017, and a plenarey meeting on Thursday, Dec 07 2017.
2017 June - Brussels, Belgium
ManTIS plenary on Thursday Jun. 09 2017, 09:00 - 17:00
2017 March - Reston, VA, USA
ManTIS plenary on Monday Mar. 20 2017, 09:00 - 17:00
2017 December - Coronado, CA
ManTIS plenary on Monday Dec. 6 2016, 09:00 - 17:00
Presentations shown at the meeting:
|Title ||Contact ||Download
|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
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