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1 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Closing Plenary Briefing 29 January 2008

2 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Welcome to Our Newest Chapter! The Cleveland Northern Ohio Chapter is now chartered thanks to the efforts of their interim officers and committee chairs –President: John Juhasz –Vice President; Dan Gauntner –Secretary: Dennis Rohn –Treasurer: Ann Delleur –Programs: Dan Gauntner (acting) –Communications: Sean Beckman –Members: Deborah Niemira

3 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Technical Leadership Team Closing Plenary Briefing 29 January 2008 Presented by Dick Kitterman

4 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Review of TLT at IW08 Joint meetings –Briefed INCOSE Leadership (BoD, CAB, MB) on INCOSE Product Asset Library (IPAL) Standards Development Technical Projects –Explored, planned with Commercial Steering Board –Similar planning with Ways and Means Committee TLT meetings –TLT working meeting all day Saturday –IPAL way forward Monday –Aerospace & Defense Sector meeting Tuesday –Working Group Leadership Forum Tuesday –As always, some things done well, much left to do

5 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Two Closing Actions Welcome newly chartered Working Group –Biomedical –Motor Sport Closing Briefings –Working GroupsQuad charts –Events

6 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki Prepared by: Justin McMurray, Systems Engineer Northrop Grumman January 29, 2008

7 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Best Known Wiki - Wikipedia

8 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki SE Handbook V3.1 IPAL Additional Links New Material

9 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki SE Handbook V3.1 Additional Links New Material

10 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki Features Any Member Can Contribute SE Handbook v3.1 forms initial base Links to –iPub Papers –Additional Material –Working Group contact info Grass-roots growth

11 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki Home Page

12 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Wiki Sample Page

13 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Preparing for Launch INCOSE Wiki Available by 31 March

14 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Anti-Terrorism International Working Group The ATIWG Charter is to create an INCOSE-wide product(s), which demonstrate the use of systems engineering principles, techniques, and practices to reduce and eradicate international terrorism. ATIWG CoChairs : William Mackey william.mackey@incose.org Jim Long, Steven Sutton, Jerry Nolte, Joe Carl Number of Members: 20 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/ATIWG INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/ATIWG Published Products 6 Symposia Panels (2002-2007) 1 Tutorial (2004 – Mid-Atlantic Conf.) 2 Professional Papers (2003) Insight Issue – July 2006, The Use of Systems Engineering in Emergency Preparedness 4 Local Chapter presentations Many models and analyses Planned Work ATIWG-led Complete Root Cause Analysis Panel for IS08 on Response Joint Activities & Products Resilience Panel with Resilience WG

15 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Architecture Working Group The AWG Charter is to expand the practice of Architecture in Systems Engineering and contribute to the body of knowledge. AWG Chair : Charles Dickerson charles.dickerson@incose.org Number of Members: 81 (14 leaders) INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/ INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/tb/SEtechprocess/AWG/default.aspx Products/Accomplishments Writing for & review of OSD SoSSE Guide, version 0.9 IS07 Panel (with OSD) on the Guide Insight articles (2) on Guide, Panel White paper, INCOSE UPDM review IW08 Special Architecture Workshop (AWS) Planned Work AWG-led Develop AWG wiki Joint Activities & Products Special AWS with ISO (report) IEEE ICSOS MDA for MBSE Initiative Architecture for INCOSE LEAN & Security WGs

16 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Biomedical Working Group The BWG Charter is to promote practical application of systems engineering best practices and standards to the Biomedical Industry. Chair : Mike Celentano Mike.Celentano@incose.org Number of Members: 29 + INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/SEsupport/mwg/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/ Published Products N/A Planned Work Map Biomed to SE Terms Map Biomed to SE Process ID Current Best Practices Org Conf Panel/Tracks Joint Activities & Products Pursuing Synergy w\ biomed orgs & INCOSE WGs

17 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA INCOSE Cost Engineering WG 27 - 28 January 2008

18 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Status Met Sunday and Monday Total of 9 people attended Achievement at IW2008 Assigned action items to: Investigate and compare cost engineering processes of various other organizations with our draft get to plan Risk and Issues Need to interface with other working groups Knowledge of what other WGs exist and are doing is difficult to find quickly Plans for 2008 Continue to build CEWG Conduct a gap analysis to determine what needs a CEWG can fill within the SE Community

19 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Education and Research Framework graduate program curriculum – future work – international, affective domain Development of undergraduate criteria for ABET accreditation Directory of SE programs on INCOSE website to be checked and updated Directory of SE research to be developed for INCOSE website

20 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Human Systems Integration Working Group HSIWG Charter: To facilitate embedding Human Systems Integration within Systems Engineering, promoting the benefit of placing the proper focus on the role of people in the development and operation of systems HSIWG Co-Chairs: Steve Deal steven.deal@incose.org steven.deal@incose.org Mike Mueller michael.mueller@incose.org michael.mueller@incose.org Number of Members: 140 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/SEsupport/hsi/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/hsi Published Products: Definition of HSI Appendix M: Human Systems Integration, SE HDBK v3.1 HSI Seminar delivered at IS07 HSI Theme Issue of INSIGHT, Apr08 HSI Analysis Seminar delivered at IW08 Planned Work: HSI Tutorial at IS08 Finalize HSIWG By-Laws Cognition Theme Issue of INSIGHT, Apr09 Joint Activities & Products - Outreach to other societies (HFES, IEEE, NDIA, GEIA, SAE) - Collaboration within INCOSE (Rqmts WG - REGAL, MBSE - Tools)

21 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA 21 Information Systems Working Group The ISWG Charter is to promote the application of Systems Engineering to the acquisition, management, storage and retrieval of information and knowledge. This includes data mining, knowledge management, intelligence assessment, and all types of business data management. ISWG Chair : Adrian Boyer Adrian.boyer@incose.org Number of Members: 4-6 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/SEsupporti/swg/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: Progress to Date Submission of two papers 5 telecons Meetings at IW2006, IW2007, IS2006 and IS20007 Planned Work Increase membership by Publishing papers Participate in special track during IS2008 Joint Activities & Products Busy seeking cooperation with other activities within INCOSE

22 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Intelligent Transportation and Transit Working Group The ITTSWG Charter is to Promote the development and tailored application of SE best practices to ground Transportation and Transit systems, including public and private interests and seamless inter-modal interfaces. With emphasis on roadways, bus & rail transit. ITTSWG Co-Chairs : Anne ONeil, Mike Krueger Anne.oneil@incose.orgAnne.oneil@incose.org, michael.krueger@incose.orgmichael.krueger@incose.org Number of Members: 34 INCOSE Connect address: http://connect.incose.org/tb/trans/itts/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/itts/ Published Products Requirements survival guide Planned Work ITTSWG- Further our 4 challenges Engage our Execs Programming at IS Continued Outreach

23 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Infrastructure Working Group IWG charter is to bring together builders and operators of infrastructure systems (transportation, energy, and communications) to discuss the application of Systems Engineering Energy (solar, wind, water, coal, nuclear, oil &gas, alternative energies) Communications (voice and data) Transportation (Land, water, air, space) Infrastructure Management DOE Facilities Chair : Alain Kouassi Co-Chairs: Jan de Liefde; Neil Snyder Alain.kouassi@incose.org Jaa.liefde@incose.org Neil.Snyder@incose.org Number of Members: 43 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/infra INCOSE Web page: To Be Created Products to be developed SE Life cycle models across areas of practice (Government, Engr Consulting, and Suppliers/Builders) Collecting Best Practices Mapping DOE Guidance to ISO 15288 Draft MOU between INCOSE and ASCE Identify and develop sector-based processes Planned Work Assess the State of SE practices in the Infrastructure World Assess the State of SE tailored process in each application domain Interface with other application sectors Investigate INCOSE Events as qualified CEUs for PEs

24 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Model Driven System Design (MDSD) WG Enable effective and efficient use of models throughout the systems life cycle. MDSD WG Chairs : Phil Spiby Phil.Spiby@incose.orgPhil.Spiby@incose.org Roger Burkhart Roger.Burkhart@incose.orgRoger.Burkhart@incose.org Number of Members: 70 + INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/MnT/mdsd/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/mdsd/ Published Products Publicity for MDSD and INCOSE model- driven support activities Requirements, evaluation, and ongoing user feedback for modeling frameworks e.g. AP233 and SysML Inputs and products from research and demonstration activities of MBSE Initiative Educational and example material Planned Work Organize electronic communications and work sites Develop white paper on AP233 and SysML relationship Develop capability roadmap for progressive linkage of model-driven methods Develop requirements and process roles for PLM support of Systems Engineering

25 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Motor Sports Working Group The MSWG Charter is to use the motor sports venue to enhance understanding and proficiency in the use of systems engineering principles, techniques, and practices. MWG Chair : William Mackey-Act william.mackey@incose.org Number of Members: 15 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/TBD INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/TBD Published Products MSWG Charter MSWG/SE 101 Curriculum OL What Does It Take to Get to the Checkered Flag? Planned Work MSWG-led Develop SE/MSWG 101 Others - TBD Joint Activities & Products TBD

26 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Requirements Working Group The RWG Charter is being the acknowledged leader in advancing the state of the theory, education, and practices of requirements engineering and management in the systems engineering community. RWG Chair: Jeremy Dick Jeremy.Dick@incose.org Number of Members: 90+ (IW08: 35 attending, 15 new) INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/semtc/rwg/ INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/rqmts Published Products 1993: What is a Requirement? 1994: Writing Good Requirements 1996: "Characteristics of Good Requirements 2001: Requirements Categorization, paper 2004: Requirements Completeness, paper 2006: Guide for Concept of Ops (ANSI/AIAA G-043) 2007: REGAL (database of reqs good practice) Planned Work Productizing REGAL by IS08 (database of good practices) Prototyping RAFT by IS08 (project classification for REGAL) Draft Guide for Writing Requirements by IS08 Ongoing support for ISO WG4/WG7 Ongoing support for BOD/CAB New Activities Modeling w.r.t. Reqs (joint with MBSE, Architecture, HSI & Security) VV&T w.r.t. Reqs Product Family Mgmt w.r.t. Reqs

27 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Risk Management Working Group The RMWG Charter is to improve the ability of the practicing systems engineering professional to appropriately recognize and properly respond to risks and opportunities affecting the successful practice of systems engineering. RMWG Chair : Jack Stein jack.stein@incose.org Number of Members: 60 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/semtc/rmwg/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/risk/ Published Products 3+ Insight Articles 2 Panel Sessions (IS 2006-7) Handbook RSKM sections Reference Material on Web Site Planned Work RMWG-led SE Hdbk v 4.0 (RSKM Sections) Update Web pages IS Panel Guide (supplementing Hdbk) Joint Activities & Products Integration of LSE principles with RMWG work (e.g., Hdbk)

28 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA SE in Commercial WorldWorking Group The SEWCWG Charter is to tailor the body of knowledge of SE For the commercial sector. Provide a RIO for the given SE products as it would apply to a commercial company Show applicability of SE principals and processes to a commercial company SSWG Chair/Co-Chair : Ted Sanders ted.sanders@incose.org ted.sanders@incose.org Richard Grzybowski Number of Members: 8 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/SECW INCOSE Web page: TBD/ Products ROI of SE products (Paper in work) Basic SE process definitions and flows (Paper in work) Planned Work Completion of targeted deliverables

29 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA SE Process Improvement Working Group The PIWG Charter is to: 1 – Facilitate improvement of SE Process thru expansion of current practices to include new issues 2 – Coordinate improvement mechanisms throughout INCOSE to expand current practices 3 – Provide to INCOSE Membership PIWG Co-Chair : Karen Bausman and Karen Richter Number of Members: 12 INCOSE Web page: TBD Published Products None to date. Working Group is just being reestablished. Current Projects 1. Review draft of ISO 29110 Life Cycle for Very Small Enterprise. 2. Investigate background for Technology Insertion, Front End SE and Reverse Engineering plus others 3. Set up communication chain through email and Bi-monthly telecons.

30 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA The SSE-WG Charter is - to identify effective agile security principles consistent with reality, and - to integrate responsibility for system security in the system engineering community SSE-WG Co-Chairs : John Wirsbinski john.wirsbinski@incose.org Rick Dove rick.dove@incose.org Number of Members: ~40 IW08 Attendees: 14 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/SEsupport/mwg/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/securitywg/ Published Products Systems Security Engineering Manifesto: A Declaration of SE Responsibility With Respect to Security (Draft) Planned Work Security-WG-led 2009 Insight Issue Theme Interplay of Architecture, Systems Engineering & Security Joint Activities & Products Initiated contact with Architecture Working Group Requirements Working Group Systems Security Engineering Working Group

31 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Space Systems Working Group The SSWG Charter is to expand the body of knowledge of SE as it is applied to space systems. Promote the use of SE principles, techniques, and practices in a wide range of activities in the government, academic and private industry organizations which are identified with space applications Share best practices in the international space arena Link space SE organizations across international boundaries Promote the SE principles within the members home organizations. SSWG Chair/Co-Chair : Dennis Rohn dennis.rohn@incose.org dennis.rohn@incose.org Jonette Stecklein jonette.stecklein@incose.org jonette.stecklein@incose.org sswg-info@incose.org Number of Members: 135 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/sswg INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/sswg/ Published Products MBSE Grand Challenge Interim Report MIT Graduate Class physics based model Initial SSWG SysML based object oriented model IS08 Panel Proposal Bibliography of Crosslink magazine articles on SE Planned Work MBSE Grand Challenge linking of models; added fidelity; development of state analysis SEM December 08 Insight Issue Gap Analysis – joint project w/Lean SEWG

32 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA System Safety Integration Working Group The SSIWG Charter is to Integrate established system safety methodologies with System Engineering, thereby reducing residual safety risk of deliverable systems. SSIWG Chair : Mark Carlson Mark.Carlson@Incose.org Number of Members: 15 INCOSE Web page: https://connect.incose.org/tb/specialty/safety/default.aspx Published Products System Safety Chapter in SE Handbook (submitted) Planned Work SSIWG-led System Safety Guidelines for System Engineers

33 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Models & Tools Working Group Status –Model Driven System Design –Tools Integration & Interoperability –Tools Database

34 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Model Driven System Design (MDSD) WG Enable effective and efficient use of models throughout the systems life cycle. MDSD WG Chairs : Phil Spiby Phil.Spiby@incose.orgPhil.Spiby@incose.org Roger Burkhart Roger.Burkhart@incose.orgRoger.Burkhart@incose.org Number of Members: 70 + INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/MnT/mdsd/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/mdsd/ Published Products Publicity for MDSD and INCOSE model- driven support activities Requirements, evaluation, and ongoing user feedback for modeling frameworks e.g. AP233 and SysML Inputs and products from research and demonstration activities of MBSE Initiative Educational and example material Planned Work Organize electronic communications and work sites Develop white paper on AP233 and SysML relationship Develop capability roadmap for progressive linkage of model-driven methods Develop requirements and process roles for PLM support of Systems Engineering

35 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Tool Integration and Interoperability Working Group The TIIWG Charter is to: Foster improved productivity and quality of systems engineering through integrated tools and environments; Provide best practices and guidelines for developing an integrated systems engineering environment; Promote the development, validation and deployment of standards that advance the interoperability of engineering toolsets. TIIWG Chair : John Nallon John.Nallon@incose.org Number of Members: 24 INCOSE Connect address: https://connect.incose.org/tb/mttc/tiiwg/default.aspx INCOSE Web page: none Published Products ISEE Concepts of Operation (ConOps) Integrated System Engineering Environment (ISEE) TIIWG Planned Work List of tool bridges, interfaces, environments for Tool DB AP233 Plugfest for Vendors Update ISEE CONOPS Joint Activities & Products With MDSD – AP233 compliance for Tools DB With MBSE - Model Transformation

36 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Tools Database Working Group The TDWG Charter is to: 1 - Deliver a tools comparison & information database for general COTS systems engineering tools 2 - Provides SEs a resource to obtain information on available tools based on their specific need MWG Chair : Randy Bullard Tdwg-info@incose.org Number of Members: 5 INCOSE Web page: http://www.incose.org/practice/techactivities/wg/tools/ Published Products Three Survey Response Databases: 1 - Requirements Management 2 - Systems Architecture 3 - Measurements General Tools Database: >1500 entries Planned Work 1 - Leverage the INCOSE collaborative environment 2 - Institute a requirement for annual tool data verification 3 - Develop a combined tools database format/taxonomy 4 - Streamline the data input and life cycle maintenance processes

37 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA VV & T Working Group The Charter for the INCOSE Verification and Validation Working Group (V&V WG) is to ensure that V-V&T activities are presented as a core discipline of systems engineering. The V-V&T WG forms the cadre which will ensure active volunteer participation and contribution to INCOSE MWG Chair : Ben Mancuso Co-Chair – Bram Landtsheer (acting) Communications Chair - Open Number of Members: +30 Listed Members Attending IW-08 - 2 Published Products (Almost) V&V Terminology (pending) AFIS V&V Overview Planned Work Partnering with AFIS IVVQ WG Partner with Requirements WG Kick off Meeting Held Monday Follow-on Meeting Planned for April Partner with Risk WG Partner with Lean SE WG Initial Discussions Attempt to engage more members Chapters Energize current members Better leverage energies from other WGs

38 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA IS2008 status @ closing plenary IW08 Eileen Arnold: TLT Head of Technical Events Paul Schreinemakers: General Chair, IS2008 IW2008, Albuquerque January 29, 2007

39 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA We have an IS 2008 Technical Program !

40 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Status Technical Program Eight Parallel tracks Papers, Panels & Tutorials selected Sponsored tutorials (no extra charge) Three Sub-Theme Tracks Tool Vendor Challenge Working group related activities See the website for details!! www.incose.org/symp2008

41 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Paper Demographics 187 Papers Submitted (171 last year) –15 Student Papers (21 last year) –85 Reviewers (92 last year) 829 Paper Reviews (966 last year) 3 to 9 Reviews per paper (12 max previously) 4.43 reviews per paper (5.65 last year)

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43 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Non-US Paper Authors 2008 Number of Papers per Country USA - 83 United Kingdom - 24 Norway - 21 (18 from 1) Netherlands - 16 France - 10 Israel - 8 Australia - 7 Canada - 6 Sweden - 4 Germany - 4 S. Africa - 4 Singapore - 3 Brazil - 3 Austria - 2 Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Other - 1 each 104 Papers from non- US Countries 11 Non-English Countries

44 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Intended Audience

45 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Paper Distribution

46 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Averages Definitions Mean – Total Paper Scores/# of Papers. Simple Average Median – Score whereby half papers scored above, half below (Score halfway between paper 83 and 84). Mid-Point Mode – Most common score

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48 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Reviewer Database in place for 2006 – Reviewer expertise change, Tech Matrix Change

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50 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Sponsors / Exhibit status Sponsor target is 300.000 (77% of target achieved) Exhibit : 49 Booths ( 22 available)

51 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Sites and Sights in the area Jaarbeurs Conf. Centre in Utrecht –30 min. from Amsterdam & Intl airport Hotel registration is open Symposium registration opens early March Guest program available Please use public transport!!!!

52 International Workshop 26-30 Jan 2008 Albuquerque, NM, USA Thanks for listening SEE YOU IN UTRECHT


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