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Naval Digital/Systems Engineering Transformation (D/SET) Brown Bag Series: Skyzer Surrogate Pilot MBSE Cost Model Use Case and Model Tour Demo
September 14 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
The Naval Digital / Systems Engineering Transformation (D/SET) Working Group, chartered by the Department of Navy (DON) Systems Engineering Stakeholders Group as outlined in the Naval D/SET Strategy holds regular ‘brown bag lunch’ presentation series. These “brown bags” offer model-based systems engineering training opportunities to over 3500 participants from across the Department of Defense (DoD). Depending on the subject matter, these sessions can allow a public audience. For this public session on Tuesday, September 14th, the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) is partnering with the Naval D/SET to host the “Skyzer Surrogate Pilot MBSE Cost Model Use Case and Model Tour Demo” presented by: Dr. Mark Blackburn, SERC/Stevens Institute of Technology; Don Allen, NAVAIR and Taylor Fields, SERC/Georgia Tech.
Speaker: Dr. Mark Blackburn, Senior Research Scientist, Stevens Institute of Technology | CONTACT
We are also going to provide a tour through the Skyzer Cost Model, which will show navigation and alignment to the AURA Cost Model. We will show scenarios for a cost roll-up pattern, report generation, and mechanisms that allow subject matter experts to cost values through using Export/Import spreadsheet that are synchronized back into the Cost Model.
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