Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Making Smart Cities Smarter – MBSE Driven Internet of Things (IoT)
Matthew Hause, Engineering Fellow at PTC
Presentation: IoT is a system of systems that has five common characteristics: operational independence of the individual systems, managerial independence, geographical distribution, emergent behavior and evolutionary development or independent life cycles. Typical examples include smart houses, the electric grid, complex military systems and so-called smart cities. The future of IoT success, including technology advancements and revenue generating potential across the business spectrum, is dependent on the application of solid Systems Engineering and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) principals. With the potential of 28 billion “things” connected to the Internet by 2020, it’s not too difficult to envision the massive scale of social, economic, and technological changes that will need to occur to realize this prediction.
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