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December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Delivering A Disciplined Technical Basis For Informed Decision Making
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. What do we need to Fly? Physical Decomposition Legs, Eyes, Brain, Wings Functional Decomposition Takeoff & Land Sense Position & Velocity Navigate Produce Horizontal Thrust Produce Vertical Lift In Greek mythology Icarus tried to fly by mimicking the physical components that birds used to fly: legs, eyes, brain, and wings. Using this paradigm man was not able to fly. The Wright brothers, in contrast, understood that thrust and lift were two different functions, and they could be assigned to two different physical components. By using a propeller to produce thrust and wings to produce lift, manned flight was possible.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Vitech Corporation Leaders in Engineering Technology –CORE: 10 years providing support to Individual users / enterprise-wide systems engineering tools and solutions. Proven Methodology –Time-tested and refined over 30 years of successful application. Experienced Services and Support –Superior consulting engineers and instructors. Compatibility and Integration –Software solutions designed to work with existing enterprise IT environments.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Customers United Defense; Bradley Tank, CMMI Textron; Sensor Fused Weapon Boeing; National Missile Defense *NASA; Reusable Launch Vehicle *Northrop Grumman; Orbital Space Plane NAVAIR; Catapult & Arresting Gear Effort *TRW; ICBM Missiles at Hill AFB
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. NASA – Ames Research Center NASA needed a capability to insert different technology portfolios into various configurations of a reusable launch vehicle to determine the benefits derived in vehicle safety, reliability, cost and availability. For further information and reference, Dougal MacClise of NASA can be reached at (650) nd Generation Reusable Launch Vehicle Program - Technology Assessment and Development
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Northrop Grumman NG is utilizing CORE to perform system design and analysis activities for the Orbital Space Plane (OSP) Program, a joint Air Force-NASA program. For further information and reference, Jim van Gaasbeek of Northrop Grumman can be reached at (310) Orbital Space Plane - System Design and Analysis
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. TRW- Hill AFB TRW is utilizing CORE to manage inground silo missile upgrades. CORE supports long range planning, forecasting, and resource commitments. For further information and reference, Rick Sorenson of TRW can be reached at (801) ICBM Program
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Delivering a disciplined technical basis for informed decision making Technical View Systems View Operations View Functional Architecture Source Requirements V&V Originating requirements trace to behavior Originating requirements trace to physical components Behavior is allocated to physical components Verification Requirements trace to Verification Events Physical Architecture Traced To Defines
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Process Improvement
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. By Including Process Improvement In CORE, You Can capture process specification, diagram and simulate process behavior, and include process work product templates in a single process library. optimize and integrate processes in the library for specific program needs. standardize and automate much of the process assessment and improvement activity.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Program Management Data View
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. By Including Program Management In CORE, You Can map project plan with chosen standards, corporate policies, procedures, program constraints, performance indexes, issues, and risks to each WBS element. include optional tasking, risk and cost estimate factors, and risk mitigation models for individual WBS elements. perform Monte Carlo simulations to validate risk and cost estimates, analyze trade studies, resolve resource contention, and identify timing issues.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Requirements Development
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. By Including Requirements Management In CORE, You Can develop requirements with support from a data schema that is methodology centric and reflects 30 years of application. perform complete impact analysis with traceability through requirements decomposition, process definition, system behavioral models, validation plans, the physical architecture, issue resolution, trade studies, and verification results. facilitate communication and collaboration during peer reviews with Web enabled read and write capabilities. produce standardized documentation and reports with user selectable report generation and HTML database output.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Product Development - Behavior/Modeling
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. develop models in any view, the EFFBD, FFBD, N 2, IDEF0, and Functional Hierarchy are all kept consistent during the design process. execute models with a discrete event simulator for timeline analysis, queue interrogation, resource contention, and Monte Carlo analysis. validate requirements, design constraints, and performance indexes by tracing original requirements through the functional architecture and into the physical architecture. validate interfaces of the functional and physical architectures, data flow, and external environment. By Including Behavior Modeling In CORE, You Can
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Product Development – Physical Architecture
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. assess architecture feasibility with allocated functionality. generate system, segment and component specifications,interface control documents, the function allocation matrix, and behavioral specifications for surface modeling. link architecture components to drawings with part numbers, and assembly relationships including links to reference drawings and requirements. By Including The Physical Architecture In CORE, You Can
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Architecture Validation
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. By Including Validation In CORE, You Can insure that the proposed design in each layer of iteration can meet customer requirements and expectations. validate performance indexes and other design threshold values for further design iterations. include validation processes and assumptions in change impact studies.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Requirements Verification
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. By Including Verification In CORE, You Can establish verification and integration requirements as the product requirements are being developed. provide complete impact analysis by tracing verification requirements, verification plans, configurations, and events through the functional and physical architectures, back to the customers expectations, including product integration fixtures, and integration processes. generate standardized documentation and status reports viewable over the web to support collaboration during peer reviews.
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. Power to Deliver Enterprise Engineering Intelligence Power to scope and manage the project Power to Completely Understand Requirements Power to integrate organizational intelligence CORE Requirements Capture, Analysis and Traceability CORE Functional and Architectural Modeling Verification and Validation with CORE Simulation CORE Work Breakdown Structure Development CORE Process Mapping CORE Risk and Resource Management CORE Dynamic Schedule Analysis CORE Integrated Data Repository Internet Access to Information with CORE2Net Documentation Generation with COREScript
December 2002Copyright © Vitech Corporation. CORE DEMO
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