Systems Engineering - the future of product development?
The Bayern Innovativ thematic platform Digital Production & Engineering acts as a bridge between science and industry to support the transfer of knowledge from scientific findings to industrial companies, to facilitate access to research institutions and to transfer requirements from industry to science.
The webinar series "A Bridge between Science and Industry - From Research into Practice" is intended to contribute to this. The four main topics of digital twin, systems engineering, artificial intelligence and simulation form the common thread running through these events. The topics of digital twin and systems engineering form the starting point for the digitization of production plants. Once this basis has been created, the existing data can be further investigated and analyzed using artificial intelligence and/or simulation in order to optimize production, uncover sources of error and make reliable predictions.
In his presentation "Using model-based engineering to develop the systems of the future", fortiss scientist Simon Barner gives an insight into future innovations in cyber-physical systems such as automobiles or aircraft, which will be more than ever unthinkable without complex software-based functions. In this context, high safety and performance requirements make the design of the underlying system architecture difficult and costly. His presentation introduces model-based systems engineering and shows how meaningful models can advance design decisions and validation activities to early phases of development, thus avoiding time and cost overruns.
13:00 | Greetings
Tina Johnscher. Additive Manufacturing Coordination Office, Head of ZD.B Thematic Platform Digital Production & Engineering, Bayern Innovativ GmbH, Nuremberg
Dr. Maximilian Bock, Project Manager Technology, ZD.B Thematic Platform Digital Production & Engineering, Bayern Innovativ GmbH, Nuremberg
| Using model-based engineering to develop the systems of the future
Simon Barner, Head of the research field Model-based-Systems Engineering, fortiss GmbH
| MBSE and the consistency of digitized development processes
Prof. Dr. Claudio Zuccaro, Professor for Systems Engineering, Munich University of Applied Sciences
| Continuity from the UserStory to the Technical Bill of Materials - a Graph-based MBSE Approach
Dr. Ing. Andreas Weber, Managing Director, Semantic PDM GmbH & Co. KG
14:00 - 14:30 | Closing discussion with the speakers
03.02.2022: Artificial intelligence - condition monitoring and prediction for more sustainable production
31.03.2022: Simulation - on the way to virtual commissioning, safeguarding and release
Companies and firms that are interested in current and future development results; as well as research institutions that want to transfer their research results into practice and to receive impulses from industry.
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