This event is based in South Australia and organised by the University of South Australia, it will be available to SESA members across the country online.
Join us with Peter Bernus who will introduce the GERAM framework and how it can be used in conjunction with systems engineering standards, like ISO15288, and the ISO42000 series. ISO15704 was originally developed by the IFIP-IFAC Task Force in the 1990s, and is now the top level standard for the architecture of smart manufacturing.
Some important characteristics of GERAM include its Modelling Framework, relevant for Model-based Systems Engineering practitioners, and the ability to differentiate between life cycle and life history, the latter allowing the temporal aspect of model evolution to be made explicit.
Peter will further illustrate the discussion with case studies, including the use for architecting enterprise networks and virtual enterprises. Mappings between GERAM and popular Architecture Description Frameworks (DoDAF, NAF, Zachman, etc.) will also be briefly discussed.
Associate Professor Peter Bernus, Griffith University, Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems (IIIS)
Dr Bernus has worked internationally on various aspects of enterprise integration as researcher, consultant and project leader for Industry, Government and Defence (ADF). His special interests include the theoretical foundations of inter- and intra-organisational management, global enterprise networks, dynamic virtual enterprises, and the translation of these into strategies, architectures and principles for the management of complexity and evolution of large enterprise networks, complete industries, or innovation ecosystems.
Join via Zoom: https://unisa.zoom.us/j/85807885847?pwd=YVBRWmR3a25iUnlmU0FlVkE0OVpMQT09
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