DAU Webcast "Digital Readiness: Surrogate Pilot Experiments"Publication Date: 7/23/2020
Start Date: 2020-07-23
End Date: 2020-07-23
Event: DAU Webcast "Digital Readiness" series
Dr. Mark Blackburn
The 'Digital Readiness' webcast series is a collaboration between the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and the System Engineering Research Center (SERC). Each webcast was headlined by various SERC researchers throughout our network of collaborators. This webcast was the the third of the 9-part webcast series, which were centered around the following three themes:
- DIGITAL ENGINEERING
- DATA ANALYTICS
- AI & MACHINE LEARNING
The DAU Webcast "Digital Readiness: Surrogate Pilot Experiments" presented by Dr. Mark Blackburn, Stevens Institute of Technology, was the final of the three webinars on the 'Digital Engineering' topic. The rest of the webcasts in this series can be viewed HERE.
Webcast Abstract: This Webcast provides an overview of the NAVAIR Systems Engineering Transformation (SET) Surrogate Pilot Experiments and discusses how these experiments provide implementation examples that align with the goals of the DoD Digital Engineering Strategy. It provides an overview to set the context of the SET Framework concept and Functional Areas.
The Webcast discusses enabling technologies for Digital Engineering examples that support the objectives of the SE Transformation. The Webcast starts with our efforts to formalize the artifacts for the NAVAIR Systems Engineering (NAVSEM) method using View and Viewpoints for automatically generating a “specification” directly from the model using DocGen.
The Webcast will also show the models that are on line and provide information on the All Partners Network (APAN.org) where additional details about approach, models, presentations and results can be accessed.