UAF & MBSE Tutorials. March 23, 2017, Reston, VA USA. 08:30-12:30

 

COMPLIMENTARY AFTERNOON EVENT
 

As a companion program to our Thursday Morning UAF® and MBSE Summit, we hope you will join us Thursday Afternoon, March 23rd at the Hyatt Reston Town Center Hotel, Reston, VA for complimentary tutorial sessions. This program will introduce a brand new Unified Architecture Framework v1.0 and explore how to leverage MBSE with architecture modeling in an integrated and disciplined approach, enabling the modernization of systems of systems. This features the creation of architecture from A to Z, combining both theory and practice. Lifecycle work will be discussed, along with ways to make use of UAF to speed up system development by looking at complex system of systems an use UAF to analyze the interactions.


AGENDA

TIME PRESENTATIONS
1330 - 1500 UAF 101
Aurelijus Morkevicius, Ph.D., Head of Solutions, No Magic, Inc., and OMG UAF Co-Chair

This tutorial introduces a brand new Unified Architecture Framework v1.0 and explores how to leverage MBSE with architecture modeling in an integrated and disciplined approach, enabling the modernization of systems of systems. Tutorial is based on an industry case-study and features the creation of architecture from A to Z, combining both theory and practice.

The session presents a straightforward and easy-to-understand modeling process for the key UAF domains - covering strategy, operational, personnel and resources, project, and security. It also covers traceability all the way through to produce an integrated model, which can later be used for various engineering analysis, like trade-offs, what-if analysis, behavioral simulation, etc.

1500 - 1530 Afternoon Refreshments
1530 - 1600 Enterprise Architecture throughout the Throughout the System of Systems Lifecycle
Matthew Hause, GTM Solutions Specialist, Fellow, PTC, and UAF Co-Chair

Enterprise Architecture for Systems of Systems as implemented in the Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) should be used throughout the entire system lifecycle. This starts at the initial concept, requirements and specification phases, proceeds through the implementation, deployment, transition and operations phase, as well as through maintenance, upgrade and disposal phases. This presentation will look at how the UAF can be used through the system lifecycle and how a standards-based integrated toolchain helps in this process.

1600 - 1630 TBA

 

1630 - 1700 How to Make Use of UAF to Speed Up System Development
Lars-Olof Kihlström, Principal Consultant, Syntell AB

This afternoon tutorial will be a description of how to look at a complex system of systems and use UAF to analyze the interactions and quickly get to grips with the detailed design required. The example used is based on electrical handling of a quarry operation (electric site). The afternoon session will make use of PTC integrity modeler. To maintain strict neutrality as regards tools I can say that we are initiating a thesis work by two almost graduates from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm to create an executable model describing a slightly simplified quarry operation using Rhapsody.


NOTE:
If you register for the OMG Technical Meeting Week, you do not have to pay additional fee(s) (if applicable) to attend any or all of the special events. If you register only for a specific special event, then the relevant special fees apply. This event is scheduled for the morning only and lunch is not included.

[1] http://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc.cgi?c4i/2013-9-11

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