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Systems
Engineering
Management
Selected Aspects

Lecture Relevant Reading
q Textbook: Chapters 18 and 19
q Textbook Sections: 3.10, 4.8, 5.8, and 5.9.

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Agenda
 Recap of last session
 Systems Engineering Management
 Verification and Validation

Recap of last lecture
 We considered:
 

Systems Analysis
•  Optimisation and modelling
•  Trade studies

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Systems Engineering Management

Why?
 So we can deliver:
 

The right system with required quality

 

At the right time and at the right location

 

Within budget – ideally with minimum expenditure

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Management
 Planning
 Organising
 Implementing
 Controlling
 Leading

Planning
 Includes:
 
 
 
 
 

 

Understanding the need
Defining of the programme requirements
Tailoring of the SE process to suit the program
Identifying and planning for the specialty areas
Identifying the tracking and control parameters and
mechanisms
Development of appropriate plans e.g. the SEMP

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3.1 SEMP

SYSTEM ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT PLAN (SEMP)

 SEMP is a key management document for Systems
Engineering
 

Brings together all of the Systems Engineering activities

 Generally deals with 3 aspects (per MILSTD-499A)
 

Technical Program Planning and Control

 

SE Process

 

Engineering Specialty Integration

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SYSTEMS ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT PLAN
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT PLAN

SYSTEMS
ENGINEERING
MANAGEMENT
PLAN

TECHNICAL PROGRAM
PLANNING AND CONTROL
ORGANISATION
• PROG MGMT STRUCTURE
• ENGINEERING STRUCTURE
• ACCOUNTABILITY
• INTERNAL/EXTERNAL
INTERFACES
PLANNING ACTIVITIES
• SEMS/SEDS
• SOW/CDRLs
• REVIEWS
• ES SCHED/MILESTONE
• SPEC/ICD TREE
• SYSTEM TEST
TECHNICAL CONTROL
ACTIVITIES
• TPM
• ACCOUNTABILITY
• DESIGN COMPLIANCE
• CONFIG BASELINE
SCHEDULE
• DESIGN-TO-COST
• DESIGN FOR
ENVIRONMENT

SYSTEM ENGINEERING PROCESS
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
• DEVELOPMENT
• ALLOCATION
• VERIFICATION
ENGINEERING ANALYSIS
• TRADE STUDIES
• DESIGN SYNTHESIS
• PROBLEM RESOLUTION

ENGINEERING SPECIALTY
INTEGRATION
POLICY/GUIDELINES
• SPECIALITY GROUP ORG
• INTERNAL INTERFACES
• FUNCTIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY
• WORKING INTERFACES
• TASK/PROCEDURES
• MILESTONES
INTEGRATED TEST PLAN
HUMAN FACTORS PROGRAM PLAN

INTERFACE MANAGEMENT
• INTERFACE CONTROL
DOCUMENTATION
• INTERFACE CONTROL
WORKING GROUP

SAFETY PROG PLAN
ILS PLANS
RELIABILITY/MAINTAINABILITY PLAN
OTHER PLANS

Work Breakdown Structure
 A product or task based hierarchy of work
required to complete the project
 Forms the basis of subsequent planning,
budgeting and control of project
 Many possible WBSs for a project communication essential to get agreement on preferred one

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DEVELOPMENT OF WBS
The whole does more than the sum of the parts

Product Breakdown
Structure (PBS)

Subsystem A

Sub
system
B
System
Components
(Subsystems)
held together
by “glue”
(Integration)

Shows the
components which
form the
system

Subsystem C

System

A

B

Subsystem D

C

D

The individual
system components

Work Breakdown
Structure (WBS)
All work
components
necessary to
produce a
complete
system

System

A

B

C

D
Management

Source: NASA Systems Engineering Handbook

Work to produce
the individual system
components

Systems
Engineering

I&V

ILS

Work to integrate the
components into a system

The whole takes more work than the sum of the parts

TECHNICAL CONTROL
  INTERFACE ENGINEERING
  TPM (TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE PLAN)
  CM (CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT)
  REVIEW AND AUDITS

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INTERFACE ENGINEERING

INTERFACE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

Requirements Analysis
SYSTEM

External Interfaces

and

System Design / Analysis

Internal Interfaces

 INTERFACE - The boundary between two
elements of a system, or between two systems
 Ensure systems are functionally and physically...
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