1st SARC-BARINet Workshop on Multi-level Aerospace Systems Engineering
Background – Challenge
Aerospace systems are example of systems with many integrated systems levels. It means that it is not sufficient to just look at the system level of interest, but we also needs to know how it interacts with higher system levels, and down towards subsystem and component levels. In this workshop we will jointly shed lights on the different system levels, from system of level, through aircraft design, down to subsystem and component design. The objective is to increase the awareness of other system levels, than the one you normally work with, and to give everyone a common holistic perspective on design, to understand your interplay both with the levels above you, and the level below you. It is also hoped that we can dig a little deeper into representations of architecture, and information models for aerospace systems.
Short presentations of ca. 5 minutes with interactive group discussions. Everyone is invited to present a few slides to make their point. Note that you are expected to focus more on the principles regarding system aspects rather that the technical aspects of your particular project, but you can of course use your project to exemplify.