TES-i Showcases AWESUM® and MOSA Alignment at the U.S. Air Force – FACE™ and SOSA™ Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM) and Expo September 27, 2022 at Dayton Convention Center, OH

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Digital engineering

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WHAT IS DIGITAL ENGINEERING?

An integrated digital approach that uses authoritative sources of systems data and models as a continuum across disciplines to support lifecycle activities from concept through disposal.

  • Digital engineering describes a holistic approach to the design of a complex system:
    • Design using models/data instead of documents
    • Integration of data across models
    • A culture change across project teams to realize significant risk reduction on construction cost and schedule
  • MOSA is an acquisition and design strategy focused on building systems that are composed of modular  components that are open in nature.

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Digital Engineering solutions with MMOSA & AWESUM

MMOSA™

MMOSA is:

    • A lifecycle process for cyber-physical System of System and Systems development utilizing digital engineering concepts for implementing a MOSA with Agile and DevSecOps techniques in a manner so the resulting system is qualifiable.

Key  Concepts to MMOSA Process 

  • Continuum of full Systems Lifecycle
  • Multi-Discipline design and management for Single Source of Truth (SSOT)
    • Provenance maintained and supported in Models
    • Holistic Systems Development Process
    • Standards and Architectures levels used as foundation for requirements and design
  • Validate Needs throughout Process
  • Certification/Qualification support for plans/processes, artifacts, and resultant system
  • Unified Project data
  • DevOps – highly focused on Automated development, verification, deployment, and operations
  • Agile – highly focused on customers, human interactions during development, working software slowly evolving to customer needs
  • Qualification – formal V-style processes, tools, reviews, CM. 

CORE MMOSA MODELS

  • Requirements
  • Semantics (including full Data Model)
  • Architecture
  • Capability Interfaces (Control)
  • Device Component Interface Control Description (ICD)
  • Document Artifact Model
  • Test Case/Procedure/Modeled Tests/ Results
  • Traceability
 

AWESUM®

AWESUM is built to support systems development utilizing emerging standards

  • OpenVPX
  • Sensors
  • Networking
  • Software Interfaces
  • Messaging

  • OpenVPX, others
  • Future: Other Embedded computing architectures

  • C4ISR, EW and platform interoperability
  • Network data bus
  • Sharing of services i.e., Time, Position, Orientation
  • Operating System APIs
  • I/O interfaces
  • Messaging APIs
  • Data Architecture

AWESUM®
MMOSA tooling support

  • System Unified Model (SUM) merges System, Software, Artifacts Models
  • Specificity of supports formal methods, code generation, test cases and procedure generation, artifact generation, complete traceability both up and down
  • Multi-Discipline Modeling language(s):
    • FACETM Architecture and FACE Metamodel – Data Architecture
    • Capability Driven Architecture (CDA) development processes –Interface Definition
    • Architecture Analysis & Design Language (AADL) – Control Systems Definition
    • Document Artifact Modeling – Plans, Requirements, Design, Traceability
    • SysML® – Presentation of Systems Requirements, Architecture & Design
  • Open & Extensible Metamodel through Profiles
  • Digital engineering describes a holistic approach to the design of a complex system:
    • Design using models/data instead of documents
    • Integration of data across models
    • A culture change across project teams to realize significant risk reduction on construction cost and schedule
  • MOSA is an acquisition and design strategy focused on building systems that are composed of modular  components that are open in nature.
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