Increasing complexity in today’s manufacturing and production industry due to the need for higher flexibility and competitiveness is leading to inconsistencies in the iterative exchange loops of the system design process. To address these complexities and inconsistencies, an ongoing industry trend for organizations to make a transition from document-centric principles and applications to being model-centric is observed. In this paper, a literature review is presented highlighting the current need for an industry-wide transition from document-centric systems engineering to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Further, investigating the tools and languages used by the researchers for facilitating the transition to and the integration of MBSE approach, we identify the most commonly used tools and languages to highlight the applicability of MBSE in the manufacturing and production industry.
Akundi, Aditya, and Viviana Lopez. 2021. “A Review on Application of Model Based Systems Engineering to Manufacturing and Production Engineering Systems.” Procedia Computer Science, Big Data, IoT, and AI for a Smarter Future, 185 (January): 101–8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2021.05.011.
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