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The agenda for the 2021 Model-Based Enterprise Summit can be viewed on the event web page at: https://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2021/04/model-based-enterprise-summit
The 2021 Summit will take place during the week of April 12-16. This twelfth event of the series will be on-line only and will combine asynchronous talks with real-time meetings and workshops. Included in this year's event will be kickoff sessions for the Technical Language Processing Community of Interest.
The goal of the MBE Summit is to identify challenges, implementation issues, and lessons learned in design, manufacturing, quality assurance, and sustainment of products and processes where digital models provide an authoritative source of information for activities across a product's lifecycle. The theme of the MBE Summit 2021 is Supporting Resilient Supply Chains with MBE. The current global pandemic has highlighted the need to improve the flexibility of manufacturing supply chains. Doing so requires insight generated by manufacturing analytics using reliable and trustworthy data and information. The MBE Summit will focus on the important role of MBE in generating this data, information, and insight.
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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. LEARN MORE - International Digital Enablement Week 2021
Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC), a University-Affiliated Research Center (UARC) of the US Department of Defense, leverages the research and expertise of faculty, staff, and student researchers from more than 20 collaborating universities throughout the United States. SERC is unprecedented in the depth and breadth of its reach, leadership, and citizenship in Systems Engineering.
Shot in the dark but I am looking for expertise or someone to point me in the right direction in regards to threat testing. This can be white papers, POCs, or just articles from research. Ideally, id want to get a POC who is an expert on the subject or academia. To be more specific, im interested in the systems engineering perspective of survivability and its subsets: susceptability and vulnerability. This may include methodologies, analysis techniques, etc.
Some background: I am working on a white paper addressing concerns of Threat-Based Testing in regards to space systems. My goal is to help identify and implement solutions across the lifecycle. I know DAU has some work on this but many examples relate to Air-centric acquisitions. Some components of the examples translate but not all and I hope to address this in the paper. While my expertise has led me to see many observations (and derive my own solutions), it would be a foul for me to say what ive witnessed is the full representation.
Any help is appreciated. If you decide to reach out to me via this forum, I can provide credentials and validity through government channels (NIPR).
Thank you for the help.
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process planning tool is a click-through animated presentation designed to help
acquisition professionals better understand and plan for the defense
acquisition process using the systems engineering V model. Although the tool
was developed with Department of Defense program office engineers and program
managers in mind, anyone with an interest in a deeper understanding of defense acquisition
should benefit. This tool demonstrates how the eight technical processes of the
systems engineering V model drive tailoring of the DoDI 5000.02 Hardware
Intensive Program model, going from needs to solutions.
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