Stream 3 15:30 – 15:50
Simplifying MBSE in the Textile Industry: The ARISE Journey at Rieter
The adoption of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) presents ongoing challenges and necessitates effective change management throughout the transformation process from traditional practices to MBSE. Rieter undertook the ARISE journey more than six years ago to implement MBSE in a simplified manner, ensuring optimal solutions for existing challenges. By adhering to established requirements engineering and systems engineering standards, Rieter customized an MBSE methodology to suit the specific needs of the textile industry, incorporating best practices from other sectors. This presentation demonstrates the ARISE approach at Rieter, offers insights into our transformative journey, and highlights the significant achievements and lessons learned within the textile industry.
- Rami Wehbe
Mohammad Chami is the founder and CEO of SysDICE GmbH, with an extensive career in the field of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
Mohammad is recognized as an MBSE expert with a solid academic and industrial experience in modelling languages, processes, developing and deploying methods for systems modelling and customizing its tools.
Mohammad's recent endeavors have focused on the integration of artificial intelligence (AI), i.e., natural language processing and machine learning, into MBSE and he is currently leading an AI4MBSE transformation journey, exploring the potential synergies between AI and systems engineering.
Mohammad earned his Ph.D. in computer science from the Paul Sabatier University Toulouse III and holds two master’s degrees in Electronics and Mechatronics. Mohammad is an active member of INCOSE since 2014.
Daniel Bommer is the Head Product Unit at Rieter Maschinenfabrik AG.