Tuesday, March 26, 2013 
Model-Based Systems Engineering Tech-Fast
7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
San Marino Club 1685 E. Big Beaver, Troy

What do the EPA’s 54 mpg fuel efficiency requirements for 2025, infotainment, active safety and vehicle-to-vehicle communication have in common? Each application area contains highly interactive and modular embedded electronic and mechanical components requiring a multidisciplinary, systems engineering approach for new product development. Model-Based System Engineering, or MBSE, takes the popular Model-Based Design (MBD) philosophy into a holistic, strategically planned product design and validation direction. By readily interfacing today’s most popular graphical modeling environments to real world system-level scenarios and incorporating a system validation strategy, MBSE seeks to enable modular component design success within the context of system level operation and constraints.

The Model-Based Systems Engineering Tech-Fast will include a discussion on System Level Design and Validation Trends by a panel of leading executives from automotive and aerospace companies responsible for system level vehicle development.

Agenda:
7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Networking Breakfast
8:00 – 9:00 a.m. Presentations
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Q & A Session

Moderator:
Keith Lang, Engineering Manager Advanced Transmission Algorithm and Integration Group, General Motors

Panelists:
Larry Michaels, Principal Vehicle Systems Engineer, Argonne National Laboratory
Tony Phillips, Senior Technical Leader, Vehicle Controls, Ford Motor Company
William Tecos, Electronic Subsystem Design & Integration Manager, General Dynamics Land Systems

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No refunds will be issued after March 19.
Registration will close at 12:00pm on Monday, March 25.
Technical Event