The Product Development Framework - A Successful Technology Partnership

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Automotive Research Center Conference
1998
Keynote Address
J. C. Williams
Group Director and Vice President
May 19, 1998
The Product Development
Framework
A Successful Technology
Partnership
The Product Development
Framework
A Successful Technology
Partnership
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Overview
Overview
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About TASC
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Government, University, Industry
Partnerships
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Simulation Based Acquisition
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The Product Development Framework
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CoSim Demonstration
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A growing, robust leader in systems engineering, systems
integration and other information technology solutions for
government and commercial clients.
TASC Today
TASC Today
Founded:
Revenues:
Operating Income:
Backlog:
Employees:
Offices:
Subsidiaries:
1966
$440 million
$42.3 million
> $525 million
2,700+
28 throughout U.S. and U.K.
Headquarters in Reading, MA
WSI, The Weather Dept. Ltd.,
The Computer Dept. Ltd.
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Roles in Technology Development and Insertion
Roles in Technology Development and Insertion
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Government
ÐSet national priorities
ÐProvide funding to meet priorities
ÐProvide guidance and oversight
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Universities
ÐTechnology creation
ÐCatalyst for pre-commercial technologies
ÐTechnology disciples
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Industry
ÐR&D Contracts: practical use of technology for new
applications
ÐDual Use Programs: support transition of technology
into commercial market offerings
ÐLeverages relationships with academic institutions
Government
Government
Government
Academia
Academia
Academia
Industry
Industry
Industry
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Partnerships in Simulation
Technology
Partnerships in Simulation
Technology
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Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center, Norfolk,
VA
ÐOld Dominion University
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Training and Simulation Technology Consortium, Orlando,
FL
ÐInstitute for Simulation and Training
ÐUniversity of Central Florida
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State University of New York (SUNY), Binghampton, NY
ÐAnnual Simulation Technology Symposium
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University of Washington
ÐHuman Interface Technology Lab
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Executes both R&D and dual use contracts
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University relationships include the University of
Michigan, University of Alaska, Clemson, MIT,
University of Iowa, É
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The Product Development Framework is a
prime example of
government, university,
and industry partnership
TASC is a leader of moving new technology
into practice
TASC is a leader of moving new technology
into practice
U. of Michigan
U. of Alaska
U. of Michigan
U. of Alaska
APDF
TASC
TASC
National
Automotive
Center
National
National
Automotive
Automotive
Center
Center
Data Continuity
Engineering and
Manufacturing
Concept
Exploration
Program
Definition
Eval
Warfighter
T&E
Data Exchange
Config Mgt
Risks
Rqmts
Models
An Iterative IPPD Process
Reduce Time,
Resources and
Risk
Increase Quality,
Utility and
Supportability
R&D
Dynamics/
Mobility
Systems
Vetronics
Survivability
Analysis
Survivability
Quality
Design/Manufacturing
Crew Station/Vetronics
Mobility
Collaborative
Design & Dev
Virtual
Prototyping
Production, Fielding
and Operational Support
The SBA Vision: Érobust, collaborative use of
Simulation integration across acquisition phases
and programs...
The SBA Vision: Érobust, collaborative use of
Simulation integration across acquisition phases
and programs...
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SENS 2
SENS 3
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DRIVERS
Concept
Exploration &
Definition
Demonstration /
Validation
Engineering
Manufacturing
& Development
Production &
Deployment
Upgrade
and
Replace
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PHASE
Conceptual Development
Functional Design
MNS
ORD
SYSTEM
CONCEPTS
Top Level System
Requirements
Physical & Info
System (HW/SW) Design
Cost, Schedule &
Program Mgmt
Capture System Information Once in Common Interoperable Format and
Apply Distributed Tools for Collaborative Assessment and Optimization
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MGMT
Jan Apr Jul Oct
SBA OPERATIONS NOTIONAL CONCEPT
ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS
ADVANCED PLATFORMS
ADVANCED SENSORS AND WEAPONS
REQ
SPEC
Logical
Structural / HME
CONCEPTUAL
System Info
Repository
REQ
SPEC
Logical
Structural / HME
CONCEPTUAL
System Info
Repository
REQ
SPEC
Logical
Structural / HME
CONCEPTUAL
System Info
Repository
Eng Development
& Manufacturing
Operations,
Logistics
& Training
Dist Info
Repository
Test & Eval
Distributed Sim
Framework
-- SBA --
-- SBA --
Not Just Technology
Not Just Technology
¥ Info Repository

¥ User Transparent Web
Style Access
¥ Collaborative
Distributed Engineering
¥ Seamless Integration of
Engineering Disciplines



Integrated
Advanced
Engineering
and
Management
Enterprise
¥ Integrated Design
Data Schema
Process
¥Rapid Evaluation of
Multiple Options
¥Electronic Exchange
of System Models

Iterative
Acquisition
Process
Culture
¥ Enabled Integrated
Process Teams
Evolved
Acquisition
Culture
¥
Changing Roles
and Responsibilities
Environment
Consensus: Cultural changes
could be the hardest to realize
Common Project Data Repository
Integrated Product Process Model
Format
Telecommunications
Infrastructure
Leverage
Internet/OO
Standards & Technologies
Leverage
Software / Hardware
Products
Leverage
¥Billions of $s Investment by Industry
¥Purveyors of Standards
¥Built on Top of Industry Successes
¥Leverages Key Technology Innovations
¥Technology Support for DoD Supplier Base
Partnership With Industry
ISI
JavaSoft
GDLS
USCAR
Chrysler
Ford
UDLP
Iona
GM
TASC
SDRC
NetscapeIBM
PTC
Structures
Design Tools
Simulations
Crew Station
Design Tools
Simulations
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The Product Development Framework
(PDF)
The Product Development Framework
(PDF)
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A unified set of tools and services that enables modern collaborative
engineering process
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Supported by NAC
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A Dual-Use program with with partners Motorola and Parametric
Technologies
Collaboration Manager
Concept
Design
Refined &
Validated Design
Rough Design
Performance Estimates
Requirements Allocation
Dependency System
Impacts,
Issues
Proposed
Change
Collaborative
Design
Space Definition
COSIM
Systems
Engineering
Tools
Simulations
Drive Train
Design Tools
Simulations
Survivability
Design Tools
Simulations
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PDF Addresses both DoD and
Commercial Needs
PDF Addresses both DoD and
Commercial Needs
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PDF addresses DoD concerns.
ÐFielding right system in
timely manner
ÐMore control of lifecycle
costs
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PDF addresses the commercial
challenges of
ÐShorter time to market of
increasingly complex
products
ÐImproved supply chain
integration
Better designs sooner
Time to Market
Complexity
Cost of Correcting Defects
Opportunity to Affect
Lifestyle Costs
Better Designs Sooner
Better Designs Sooner
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University Research Adopted by PDF
University Research Adopted by PDF
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Large Scale Dependency System Decomposition (U.
Michigan)
ÐBreak-up vehicle system design into a number of
smaller, more manageable sub-designs and their
interfaces
ÐGuide formation of Integrated Product Teams (IPTs)
ÐManage information flow
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Simulation-based Design Under Uncertainty (Clemson)
ÐPrediction confidence metrics
ÐRational design tradeoffs and conflict resolutions under
prediction uncertainty
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Collaborative access to modeling, simulation, and
analysis resources (U. of Alaska)
ÐCOSIM
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CoSim
CoSim
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A truly distributed, collaborative environment
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Users collaboratively view and control the interactions
ÐRemote and local objects appear the
same to the user
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DIToolsª is the core engine providing distributed
component interconnectivity