When modeling systems, most developers focus on system components such as radios, sensors, network devices, and electrical assemblies that are clearly distinguishable from other system components. Often, these are called Line Replaceable Units (LRU). Missing from this type of modeling is a focus on cable assemblies, or, how these system components are wired together.
This presentation shows how SysML can be used to design an A-Kit cable assembly that supports verification by various techniques such as Velocity Scripts and Generic Tables; and validation against performance requirements.
Mr. Lozier has over forty-five years’ experience in DoD Acquisition. Experience includes working on both sides of the “fence,” four years at Wright Patterson AFB as a Program Manager in Electronic Warfare. As a contractor over thirty-five years’ experience in programmatic and software engineering, in avionics, simulation and modeling in both real time and non-real time systems. And recently over a decade of systems modeling experience on avionics systems. The last five years has been with MITRE a Federally Funded Research and Development Center as a Model Based Systems Engineering supporting Army PEO Aviation, Missiles and Space, and Missile Defense Agency as well as other government agencies. Mr. Lozier is also the Co-Chair of the local Huntsville Alabama INCOSE MBSE WG.