Get lean with OSEE

Nirmal Sasidharan

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Wednesday, 17:10, 40 minutes | Schubartsaal


Every large program that develops systems and software is currently required to assemble a wide array of software products to provide piecemeal capabilities necessary for completing different stages of the engineering lifecycle. The resulting tools are often disconnected and use an overwhelming array of disjointed user interfaces to access partially redundant data. That is, the system has a lot of "waste" and is no more lean.

OSEE or Open System Engineering Environment is a tightly integrated environment designed and developed by Boeing to support lean engineering principles across a product's full life-cycle in the context of an overall systems engineering approach. At its core, OSEE is an extensible application framework which provides a powerful persistence layer, allowing applications to utilize a common user-defined data model. Build on top of this is a wide range of tools for configuration management, requirements management, testing, validation, and project management.

This talk is based on an independent evaluation done for OSEE. The talk gives an introduction to OSEE, followed by a demo of its key features.

Nirmal Sasidharan is a developer and software architect at itemis. His interests are in Model Driven Software Development (MDSD) based on Eclipse platform. Before joining itemis, Nirmal Sasidharan has worked 7 years with Bosch, architecting and developing tools for automotive domain. He earned a Bachelor of Technology degree in Information Technology from Cochin University of Science and Technology.

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