Modelling and Simulation information in a collaborative Systems Engineering Context

A standard to improve decision making for complex products.


Typical Decision Making Questions

These are some typical questions that decision makers ask, where the information needed to answer the questions comes from multiple platforms, domains and organizations.

 

MoSSEC provides the standard for sharing this type of information.

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MoSSEC Business Scenarios

The different phases of systems engineering each have their own engineering problems to solve involving different types of information and data at different levels of maturity. However they all have the business need to establish the traceability of that data through the system lifecycle and evolution. There are mature PLM platforms in the marketplace that manage traceability, however the distinguishing feature of the traceability business scenarios targeted by MoSSEC is the need for traceability between domain teams, between platforms and between organizations

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Interaction with other Standards

MoSSEC will provide the standard for the systems engineering context information which is linked to the modelling and simulation data whenever it is shared or exchanged. 

For more information on how MoSSEC interacts with:

  • Technical standards such as STEP and LOTAR

  • Linked data standards such as OSLC

  • Systems Engineering standards such as ISO 15288

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MoSSEC Project Management

The MoSSEC project is divided into six work packages controlled by a Steering Committee, Project Team and a Technical Board.

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Latest News Latest News

Committee Draft out for Ballot to SC4

The MoSSEC Committee Draft was released for ballot to ISO/TC 184/SC 4 on 16th April 2018. This includes a vote on using AP243. Ballot closes 12th June 2018

Committee Draft Ready for Ballot

The Committee Draft is now ready, and will be put to ballot after review by ISO/TC 184/SC 4  WG12/21 A zip is available to participants of the MoSSEC project: AP243_CD

International ballot passed

The MoSSEC proposal has passed the International ballot, and will now proceed to a full work item in ISO. Nine out of ten of the participating ISO member countries approved the work item, with...

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MoSSEC using the zip files in PolarSys-Papyrus

MoSSEC using the zip files in PolarSys-Papyrus
A pdf of instructions on how to load the TOICA public zip files into PolarSys-Papyrus. It assumes that PolarSys - Papyrus are already installed.

MoSSEC NWI presentation

MoSSEC NWI presentation
MoSSEC NWI presentation (4th October 2016)

MoSSEC Getting Started

MoSSEC Getting Started
pdf with suggested links for finding details of the MoSSEC business object model