April 16, 2021 - 14h30-17h30 CET
As high-tech systems become more and more complex and the number of system variants grows, the high-tech industry seeks methods and tools to manage the consequences for their business (e.g., in terms of time-to-market, risks and costs in R&D, service, manufacturing, transport and installation). Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is an approach to systems engineering for which successful applications have been reported in dedicated industries such as defence and aerospace.
In the webinar, co-organised by SERC and ESI, an ESI-study team will share their insights in MBSE for the commercial high-tech industry and speakers from SERC and from the industry will share their knowledge and experience regarding practical application of MBSE in a wide range of applications. Together with its industrial and academic partners, ESI has started a study to analyse how MBSE can also be successfully applied in companies such as ASML, Canon CPP, Philips, Thermo Fisher Scientific and Vanderlande.
Dinesh Verma, Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC)
Brynn Watson, Lockheed Martin
Jacco Wesselius, ESI (TNO)
Paul Schreinemakers, How2SE
Ryan A. Noguchi, Aerospace Corporation
Michael J. Vinarcik, SAIC
Vincent Capony, Geni6
“Energy Management” and “Microelectronics”
Chris Watkins, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Dinesh Verma, Executive Director Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) - Chair
Brynn Watson, VP for Digital Transformation, Lockheed Martin - Keynote
Jacco Wesselius, Project Leader, ESI (TNO)
Paul Schreinemakers, Expert Systems Engineer, How2SE
Ryan Noguchi, Director, Space Architecture Department, Aerospace Corporation in California
Michael Vinarcik, Chief Systems Engineer and Adjunct Professor, SAIC and Detroit Mercy University
Vincent Capony, Systems Engineering Consultant (CEO), Geni6
Chris Watkins, Sr Project Manager, Advanced Flight Deck, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
Jim Daly, Rolls Royce
Wouter Leibbrandt, Director Science and Operations, ESI, TNO. Co-chair
Are you working in the high-tech industry, in R&D, in systems engineering or systems architecting? Then you should not miss this event! Over the past decades, the high-tech industry has fully experienced the digitalization of their products and processes. Consequently, innovation in high-tech industry is now largely enabled by digital technologies. Complexity of systems is increasing, and with it the complexity of the system of systems.
Are you interested to know how to deal with your legacy? Would you like to be informed about latest verification and validation strategies? Is systems modeling part of your systems engineering strategy? Is platform-based engineering a concern or a benefit? How to use field data in conjunction with system models and artificial intelligence techniques? These - and many other - questions will be addressed in a one-week event that will feature a varied program with interactive sessions inspired by contributions of industry and research organizations
Every working day from 13-20 April there will be an on-line event from 14h30-17h30 organized by
ESI (TNO) and its national and international partners High Tech NL, OFFIS/DLR, SERC and TNO.
Tuesday April 13, 2021: Managing your legacy - ESI link
Wednesday April 14, 2021: Hoe volg ik mijn klant?! (in Dutch) - ESI and High-Tech NL link
Thursday April 15, 2021: Verification, validation, configuration - ESI and OFFIS /DLR (Germany) link
Friday April 16, 2021: MBSE applied - ESI and SERC (USA)
Monday April 19, 2021: Data sharing, AI, and digital twinning - ESI and TNO unit ICT link
Tuesday April 20, 2021: Reference architecting - ESI link