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Beyond Model-Based Systems Engineering towards Managing Complexity

: Masior, Jonathan; Schneider, Benjamin; Kürümlüoglu, Mehmet; Riedel, Oliver

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Procedia CIRP 91 (2020), pp.325-329
ISSN: 2212-8271
Conference on Design (Dn) <30, 2020, Online>
Journal Article, Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IAO ()

Systems Engineering domain lacks in methodologies for integration of development artefacts (e.g. requirements, functions, geometrics, or behavior) and enterprise models (e.g. organizational structures, processes, or IT infrastructure). Especially the rising complexity driven by integrated product service systems, smart services, systems of systems and cyber physical systems (CPS) leads to a new paradigm further on called Advanced Systems Engineering (ASE). It empowers enterprises to cope with such complex developments. The employment of ASE technologies in design and manufacturing enterprises requires a reachability of technical information and continuity along vertical and horizontal dimensions. A widely used approach to implement this is Model-based System Engineering (MBSE). This paper introduces a solution to achieve the goals of manufacturing excellence as well as complexity management by identifying and analyzing relevant requirements and possible approaches for a n innovative simulation enabling and executable modelling language, the so-called advanced MBSE+.