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Title: National Defense Industrial Association Systems Engineering Division Modeling and Simulation Committee


1
National Defense Industrial AssociationSystems
Engineering DivisionModeling and Simulation
Committee
  • Prepared for the
  • NDIA Systems Engineering Division Meeting
  • 18 August 2010

Jim Coolahan Johns Hopkins University Applied
Physics Laboratory
Jeff Bergenthal Lockheed Martin Global Training
Logistics
2
NDIA SE MS Committee
  • The mission of the NDIA SE MS Committee is to
    advance the understanding and use of modeling and
    simulation in the practice of systems engineering
  • 2010 meetings 16 February, 20 April, 15 June
    (presentations posted on NDIA web site), and 17
    August at Boeing in Rosslyn
  • Presentations on ongoing and completed MS
    initiatives and projects by government, industry,
    and academia
  • Subcommittee meetings on topics of current
    interest

3
NDIA Systems Engineering 2010 Modeling and
Simulation Committee
  • Initiative Description
  • 2009 initiative on MS Support for the SE of
    Systems of Systems
  • Conducted community survey
  • Produced report in October 2009
  • 2010 studies/subcommittees
  • Model-based engineering
  • Life-cycle cost modeling (new)
  • Deliverables/Products
  • Results of Survey on MS Support for the SE of
    Systems of Systems, October 2009
  • Presented at SE Conf in Oct 2009
  • Wealth of presentations from MS committee
    meetings archived on web site (average of 50
    participants in each meeting)
  • Schedule
  • Full-day committee meetings in Feb, Apr, Jun, Aug
    2010 in DC area, aligned with SE Division
    meetings
  • Full slate of 16 presentations on various timely
    SE MS topics of interest in MS track at Oct
    2010 SE Conference
  • Related SE Committee and DOD Interfaces
  • Interfaces to NDIA SoS SE Committee and to NDIA
    Manufacturing and SE Divisions Joint
    Sub-Committee on Modeling and Simulation
  • Linkage to OSD-led Acquisition MS Working Group
    and its Acquisition MS Master Plan
  • Linkage to IEEE and Simulation Interoperability
    Standards Organization (SISO) MS standards
    activities on High Level Architecture (HLA),
    VVA and to SISO System Life Cycle forum

4
NDIA SE Division MS Committee
Meeting Agenda, 17 August 2010
5
NDIA Systems Engineering MS Committee
Subcommittees and Interactions Status
  • MS Professional Certification Systems
    Engineering Inputs
  • A few committee members interacting on an
    individual basis
  • NCOIC Interactions
  • Initial contacts established
  • USAF Acquisition MS IPT Interactions
  • Initial contacts established with Lt Col John
    Simeoni (SAF/AQRE)
  • DoD CREATE Program (Physics-Based Modeling)
  • Initial meeting on getting industry interactions,
    16 August 2010
  • Life-Cycle Cost Modeling Subcommittee
  • Currently refining charter, and working toward a
    short report / point paper by the end of the
    year.
  • Current members Chris Price (Raytheon), Jerry
    Cothran (Lockheed Martin), Charlie Stirk (Cost
    Vision), Danielle Anderson (Raytheon), Andreas
    Tolk (Old Dominion University)
  • Looking for more members

6
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7
Model-Based Engineering Subcommittee Charter
  • Assess and promote Model Based Engineering (MBE)
    practices in support of the DOD capability
    acquisition life cycle
  • Define Model Based Engineering (MBE)
  • Define how MBE is related to MS
  • Identify the potential benefits of MBE
  • Identify the potential limitations of MBE
  • Identify how MBE practices can be used in
    capability acquisition with a primary focus on
    Systems Engineering
  • Identify MBE approaches to assess and mitigate
    risks throughout the capability acquisition life
    cycle
  • Identify the issues and challenges with using MBE
    practices across the capability acquisition life
    cycle
  • Identify where/how existing policy, guidance and
    contracting mechanisms support/hinder Model Based
    collaboration across program/capability
    boundaries
  • Provide recommendations
  • For changes in policy, guidance, and contracting
    mechanisms that could further support Model Based
    collaboration
  • For near-term opportunities to leverage MBE in
    capability acquisition
  • For areas of MBE research development that may
    have high potential pay-off

- Acquisition Life Cycle All phases of the
capabilities life cycle including research,
development, Test Evaluation, production,
deployment, operations and support, as well as
evolution of deployed systems in response to
changes in their environment over time.
8
Model-Based Engineering Subcommittee Volunteers
to Date
  • Jeff Bergenthal (LM subcommittee lead)
  • Eileen Bjorkman (SAF/XCD former AMSWG chair)
  • Jim Coolahan (JHU/APL SISO)
  • Bill Espinosa (USN)
  • Sandy Friedenthal (LM INCOSE MBSE chair)
  • Tony Pandiscio (Raytheon)
  • Lou Pape (Boeing)
  • Greg Pollari (Rockwell Collins AVSI SAVI)
  • Hans Polzer (LM NCOIC)
  • Jennifer Rainey (JHU/APL)
  • Mark Rupersburg (GDLS)
  • Frank Salvatore (HPTI)
  • Don Schneider (Foxhole Technology)
  • Dennis Shea (CNA)
  • Roddey Smith (NGC)
  • Charlie Stirk (CostVision PDES, Inc.)
  • Steve Swenson (AEgis Technologies)
  • Bill Tucker (Boeing)
  • Mike Truelove (SAIC)

9
MBE Definition
  • Model-based engineering (MBE) An approach to
    engineering that uses models as an integral part
    of the technical baseline that includes the
    requirements, analysis, design, implementation,
    and verification of a capability, system, and/or
    product throughout the acquisition life cycle.
  • Model A physical, mathematical, or otherwise
    logical representation of a system, entity,
    phenomenon, or process. (DoD 5000.59 -M 1998)
  • Preferred MBE Practices
  • Models are scoped to purpose/objectives
  • Models are appropriate to the context (e.g.
    application domain, life cycle phase)
  • The models represent the technical baseline that
    is delivered to customers, suppliers, and
    partners
  • Models are integrated or interoperable across
    domains and across the lifecycle
  • Core to MBE is the integration of
    descriptive/design models with the computational
    models.

10
MBE Subcommittee Status and Schedule
  • Working sessions on 14-15 June, 22 July, 16-17
    August
  • Four sub-teams created to work different aspects
    of problem
  • Scheduled telephone tag-ups every two weeks,
    online collaboration via SharePoint site
  • Have defined / now refining elements of MBE
    to-be state and benefits, aligned with
    acquisition life cycle phases
  • Outline of final report developed
  • Presentation of interim results at NDIA SE
    Conference
  • Final report (annotated slide package) to be
    delivered in December
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