Speakers

Andreas Korff

Director Business Development, PTC

Andreas Korff has over 25 years of experience in the development of complex, real-time, safety- and mission-critical systems. Within PTC, his role as Director Business Development for MBSE involves him in the successful coordination of market trends, customer needs and the capabilities of PTC products and staff around MBSE. Being member of OMG, PRoSTEP, GI, GfSE and INCOSE, he has written numerous articles, submissions, books and book contributions about UML, SysML, PLE and modelling methodologies. Within the Object Management Group, he contributes to several Revision Task Forces, like for OMG SysML or UTP2. Andreas graduated 1991 in computer science from the German Armed Forces University in Munich and worked as test, software and systems engineer as well as project manager for mission- and safety-critical, complex systems in aerospace and industrial projects before joining the systems and software modeling tool arena in 2001. Here he worked as principal consultant and product manager for tools which are now part of the Integrity product family, like PTC Integrity Modeler.

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Systems Engineering and MBSE now successfully transforms from an important task of a few specialists into a common perspective for all stakeholders in the whole product lifecycle, thanks to working standards like SysML and OSLC and their efficient implementation in PTC tools and methods.

Session Track: Automotive & Mobility

Tuesday, June 11 2:15 PM - 3:00 PM 102AB

AM20B - So I've Modeled. What's Next? How BMW Benefits From Rigid Modeling Standards

How can rigid rules enable creative reuse? BMW created its SMArDT modeling methodology in order to ensure that all development projects were consistent with ISO26262 and other relevant standards. Now rolled out across BMW's system engineering and functional safety community, the team will provide an overview of early project returns. This presentation will provide a short introduction to the SMArDT methodology. Presenters will explore how the formalism of SysML has positively impacted both system and software design as well as implementation quality. Most importantly, attendees will see how the methodology has helped BMW harvest concepts, ideas and design decisions and make these readily available for re-use across teams and projects.

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Session Track: Automotive & Mobility

Wednesday, June 12 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM 109AB

AM19B - MBSE Jumpstart at e.GO Mobile

The e.GO Mobile AG is an electric mobility startup based in Aachen, home of the largest technical university in Germany. As a joint venture, the e.GO Mobile team needed to establish a solid foundation for sharing functional specifications and design ideas for the e.GO Mover, the company's flagship all-electric, fully networked and autonomous bus. This presentation will explain how the team overcame multiple obstacles to develop a clear picture of the Mover's functional and electrical and electronic (E/E) architecture, including functional safety, as a basis for collaboration and design reuse. A key accomplishment was the successful communication of a new mobility concept for autonomous vehicles (up to level 4/5). Hear how the cooperation of domain experts, methodology experts and tool experts in short iterations was the recipe for success. This presentation will highlight the organization of the e.GO Mobile project, which modelling perspectives were used, and pragmatic product line engineering.

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