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Methodology Tailoring for Development Time Optimization

  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel, MD, 20723 United States (map)

Abstract: The DARPA Adaptive Vehicle Make program proposed the META design flow – a method that integrates architecture development, detailed design, and performance analysis efforts using Model-Based Systems Engineering and a component model database – as a means to achieve a 5X reduction in complex system development time. This research tailored the ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 technical processes to incorporate the META design flow and extend it into an end-to-end Systems Engineering methodology. The resulting methodology facilitates applying the META design flow to different domains such as healthcare and product line architectures. A potential application of the methodology for optimizing operating room designs, presented at the 2018 INCOSE Systems Engineering in Healthcare Conference, is discussed.

Speaker: Anthony Millán is a Systems Engineer in the Weapon Systems Engineering group of the JHU/APL Air and Missile Defense Sector.

Menu: Corned Beef and Cabbage, Parsley potatoes, Green beans, served with garden salad, dressing, rolls and butter, dessert, including a small Fruit Plate, coffee, iced tea

Dinner Cost:   Guests: $25;  INCOSE members: $20 if payment is received by March 15th, 2019,  $25 afterward.


Door Prize: Effective Model-Based Systems Engineering  By John M. Borky, Thomas H. Bradley