Collaboration in Model-Based Systems Engineering based on Application Scenarios

DS 81: Proceedings of NordDesign 2014, Espoo, Finland 27-29th August 2014

Year: 2014
Editor: Miko Laakso, Kalevi Ekman
Author: Tschirner, Christian; Kaiser, Lydia; Dumitrescu, Roman; Gausemeier, Juergen
Series: NordDESIGN
Institution: 1: Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology, Germany; 2: University of Paderborn, Germany
Section: Tools, methods and approaches in product development
Page(s): 765-774
ISBN: 978-1-904670-58-2


The engineering of mechatronic systems is a challenge due to the various domains involved. MBSE is regarded as the future paradigm of product engineering to face this challenge – not restricted to any domain or industry. The core concept is a system model which allows a holistic perspective of the system in a domain-spanning way. MBSE gained momentum within the last years. Nevertheless, numerous barriers exist that inhibit the implementation of MBSE; especially there is little attention on the socio-technical aspects of product engineering as stakeholders, their roles and responsibilities and how to organize modeling processes in projects. Application scenarios are suggested as an approach to define and analyze situations in product engineering, when the system model provides benefit. It describes e.g. ways to create or to use the system model and to collaborate and interact on them. This will help to gain more acceptance of the MBSE approach.

Keywords: MBSE, stakeholder, roles, processes, application scenario


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