Project Groups

Our department offers the following project groups::


Jarvis4MBSE

Project Description

Jarvis4MBSE is a tool for Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) developed in a continuous project group of students from the University of Paderborn. It combines modern visualization techniques and current methods in the field of artificial intelligence to support engineers through intuitive user interaction and a built-in MBSE wizard. The current version of Jarvis4MBSE consists of the following components:

Backend
Stores formalized system models & performs model transformations

Multi-Platform-Frontend

  • Interactive 3d system interface for system design
  • Interactive GUI for 2D representation & design of system models

Augmented Reality
Intuitive 3D visualization of the models

MBSE Assistant
Built-in wizard for knowledge extraction and automation of development activities
Desired previous knowledge

Desired Previous Knowledge

  • Good programming skills
  • Prior knowledge in the areas of modeling and modeling languages (e.g. UML, SysML)
  • Interest in Systems Engineering and Model-based Systems Engineering
  • Interdisciplinary and Analytical Thinking

Lerning Objectives

  • Practical experience in software specification and software development
  • Practical experience in Systems Engineering and Model-based Systems Engineering
  • Expertise in modern concepts of user interaction and artificial intelligence
  • Project management, presentation skills and teamwork

References

Further information can be found on our website: https://jarvisformbse.github.io/jarvisformbse/

Announcements

March 29, 2019: The project group Jarvis4MBSE I was successfully completed. The result is a first prototype and a series of user stories for the next project groups.

April 8, 2019: Jarvis4MBSE II started with 17 participants.



Digital tools for strategic planning (doorstep)

Contents

Within strategic product planning, there are several main tasks, such as determination of potentials, product discovering or business planning. Behind these tasks, in turn, are various subtasks, such as foresight and generation planning. The project DizRuPt can be located there. Here an instrument for the data-driven product planning is developed, which e.g. includes methods for hypothesis, data inventory and data analysis. But further-reaching topics such as the identification of trends and technologies or business forecasts in the context of foresight and business planning are conceivable. The aim of the project group is to identify and specify potential tools that support these tasks. Subsequently, a promising concept should be implemented. Assistants, documentation tools, games etc. are conceivable. In addition to an appealing UI, e. g. AI, Data Mining techniques and mobile technologies could be used.

Learning Outcome

  • Methods of (data-driven) Product Planning
  • Project Management
  • Software Specification and Programming
  • Presentation and Team Work

Course Details

See introduction slides (PDF)

Instructors

  • Maximilan Frank
  • Melina Massmann
  • Maurice Meyer

Appointments

We meet every Wednesday from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. (Room: F0.225).

7 Oct 2019, 10 a.m.: Kick off (Room: F0.225)