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1 Systems Engineering From a Life Cycle Perspective John Groenenboom Director Engineering – Mesa Boeing Rotorcraft Dec 12, 2007

2 Outline The Acquisition Life Cycle – A Refresher Systems Engineering – The Function As Applied Across the Life Cycle

3 The Current 5000 Model System Integration System Demo System Dev & Demonstration IOC Critical Design Review LRIP Operations & Support AB FRP Decision Review Continuous communication with users Early & continuous testing BLOCK II BLOCK III Concept Exploration Component Advanced Development Concept & Tech Development Concept Decision Full-Rate Production & Deployment Production & Deployment C Pre-Systems Acquisition Systems Acquisition (Engineering & manufacturing development, demonstration, LRIP & production) Sustainment BLOCK IV BLOCK V System Engineering Across the Life Cycle SRR SFR PDRCDR TRR FRR SVR/PRR PCRASRITRECPR Design Reviews

4 Block III Block II Evolutionary (Spiral) Development Adds the Forth View of Time What the warfighter wants to do and how What systems to bring together and how to organize them to provide capability How to put the pieces together An architecture is: the structure of components, their interrelationships, and the principles and guidelines governing their design and evolution over time. Source: DoD Integrated Architecture Panel, 1995 Based on IEEE STD Block I Build-In Capability to Grow Upfront Operational View Technical View Systems View

5 Systems Engineering Functions System Architecture and Definition Operations and Systems Analysis Affordability Measurement and Control System Modeling and Simulation System Integration, Verification and Validation Reliability, Maintainability and Systems Health Human Systems Integration Systems Safety Systems Security Certification and Qualification Communication and Networks Customer Engineering

6 Systems Engineering Responsibilities Concept(s) of Operation Customer/User Relationships Use Case(s) Modeling, Simulation and Analysis Requirements Functional Analysis Requirements Allocations Verification/Validation KPPs/TPMs Risk Management Readiness Level; Technology, Integration and Manufacturing Verification/Validation Progress

7 Systems Engineering Responsibilities Configuration (Baseline) Management Requirements KPP/TPM Margins (Growth) Product Definition Integrated Master Plan / Integrated Master Schedule Entrance and Exit Criteria Interface Control Trade-Offs Affordability Design for Manufacturing and Maintenance Product Effectiveness and Value Growth Capabilities and Relevance

8 Systems Engineering - Execution Culture Propensity to Understand the System Solution Understood as a Behavior by Entire Team Organization Defined Responsibility/Authority/Accountability SEP/SEMP Defined Plan of Execution

9 Systems Engineering: Where Industry Is Coming From: Bus.Dev. Engineering Training Finance Industry: T&E Production Quality SM&P Program Management New Bus Product Support

10 System Engineering Is…… ….Integration Equally Across The Entire Program Systems Engineering: Where Industry and Government Need to Be: Product Support Engineering Training T&E Production Quality Program Management New Bus Bus.Dev. SM&P Finance

11 Points to Ponder Has System Complexity Changed the Fundamentals of Systems Engineering? Has System Complexity Highlighted the need for Effective Application of Systems Engineering?

12 Disciplined Systems Engineering at Every Stage System Integration System Demo System Dev & Demonstration IOC Critical Design Review LRIP Operations & Support AB FRP Decision Review Continuous communication with users Early & continuous testing BLOCK II BLOCK III Concept Exploration Component Advanced Development Concept & Tech Development Concept Decision Full-Rate Production & Deployment Production & Deployment C Pre-Systems Acquisition Systems Acquisition (Engineering & manufacturing development, demonstration, LRIP & production) Sustainment BLOCK IV BLOCK V

13 Concept and Technology Development What: Starts with the Customer Requirements Group Applying Future Technology Solutions To Anticipated Future Scenarios Based Upon Past and Current User Experiences How: Participation in the JROC Development of Concept(s) of Operation Identification of Technologies Determination of Risk Reduction, Technology Maturation Requirements

14 System Development and Demonstration What: Flows from the Concept Stage Ranging from Risk Reduction Activities To Detail Design Tracing Requirements from the Concept to an Operational Demonstration How: Defined Set of Requirements with Growth for Future Needs A Functional Analysis to Determine Allocations Traceability between Requirements and Ver/Val Continual Review of Risks, Issues and Opportunities to Identify and Resolve Full Engagement with Customer and Suppliers in Execution and Control

15 Production and Deployment What: Initiates with LRIP Before SDD Complete Spans Annual Lot upgrades and Major Block Improvements Proving the Effectiveness of SDD Relative to DFMA and Lean Providing a Foundation for People, Technologies and Capabilities How: Baseline Control of the Configuration, and KPP/TPM Margins Identification and Resolutions of Risks, Issues and Opportunities Tracking of Obsolescence, and –ilities to Ensure Quality Engagement with User Community for Emerging Needs Identifying Technologies to Keep the System Relevant

16 Operations and Support What: Begins by Influencing the Concept and Technology Stage Lessons Learned Spiral Development Impacts the Design A Partnership with the User Community; on Their Terms Ends by in Influencing the Next Lot/Block Upgrade How: Engagement with User Community Documenting Experiences Identification and Resolution of Issues Capturing Opportunities to Upgrade the Product

17 The Customer Expects a Quality Product through Effective Execution of System Engineering and Program Management The Triple Constraint Scope TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE BUDGETSCHEDULE SE Fundamentals are the Same for Complex Systems, Just more Essential

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