Meeting #18 of the NAFEMS-INCOSE Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group (SMSWG) will be held from 9:00 to 12:00 PST on January 30, 2017, in conjunction with the 2017 INCOSE International Workshop in Torrance (Los Angeles), California. Call-in meeting details have been distributed to all SMSWG members.
|09:00-09:15||Welcome and Overview||Roger Burkhart (SMSWG Chair)|
|09:15-09:30||Results of SMSWG Member Survey||Ed Ladzinski (SMS_ThinkTank)|
|09:30-10:00||Emerging Standards - Discussion||Frank Popielas (SMS_ThinkTank)|
|10:30-12:00||Panel/Roundtable on SMSWG Participation in Industry Standards Initiatives||- all -|
|10:30-||ISO TC184/SC4 Data Exchange Standards: AP233/AP239/AP242 and MoSSEC||Nigel Shaw (Eurostep)|
|10:30-||MoSSEC (slides presented to NAFEMS SDMWG Jan. 12, 2017 by Adrian Murton)||Nigel Shaw (Eurostep)|
Panelists will cover some key groups and projects for potential SMSWG engagement:
We are also pleased that the INCOSE Tool Interoperability and Model Lifecycle Management Working Group (TIMLMWG) will be joining the start of the panel to include coverage of MoSSEC, OSLC, and other related standards.
(This section is still being completed based on coverage at this meeting.)
|Project||Reference Link||Presenter (if any)|
|SysML v2||Presentation at INCOSE IW17 MBSE Workshop||Sandy Friedenthal|
|SysPISF||Presentation at INCOSE IW17 MBSE Workshop||Conrad Bock (NIST)|
|MoSSEC||Presentation at TIMLM WG at INCOSE IW17||Nigel Shaw (EUROSTEP)|
|MoSSEC||Presentation at SMSWG Online Meeting (2016)||Adrian Murton (AirBus)|
|Modelica SSP||Presentation at SMSWG Online Meeting (2016)||Hubertus Tummescheit|
|FMI||Tutorials and Presentations at SMSWG Meeting at INCOSE IW||Hubertus Tummescheit|
These tables will continue to be filled out with actual links added before, during, and after the meeting.
SMSWG has been invited to present from 16:30 to 17:00 on Sunday, January 29 during a lineup of collaboration talks at the INCOSE MBSE Initiative Workshop. Additional reference links and materials will be added to this page to support this presentation and the potential for coordination across these groups. Please see the workshop page for additional groups presenting during the Sunday lineup.
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