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Half day Workshop on: Development, use and maintenance of platforms in industrial Systems
Joakim Fröberg and Christer Norström
Mälardalens högskola, Vargens Vret, room: V261
Today, many companies have recognised that there is gain to be had, both in time-to-market and profitability, with reusing a platform for many similar products. The platform is the base for developing the specific functionality for each product. However, developing a platform for future products is a very challenging task since the platform has a wide range of requirements, such as ease of use, performance, reliability, extendibility, and ease of maintenance.In this workshop we will get the possibility to gain insight to several different aspects of platform use, development, and maintenance from 4 world-leading companies.Thus the objectives are:
- Share knowledge and experience between different companies/applications with respect to development, use and maintenance of a reusable platform.
- Discuss issues like the balance between platform and application development.
- Discuss how to tune a platform to support different functional and non-functional quality attributes.
- Organisational issues when developing platforms to many different systems.
- Define common activities to support competence build up in the area.
- Common solutions and challenges.
- Establish a competence network for development, use and maintenance of platforms.
13.00 Introduction - Christer Norström
13.15-14.00 Architecture: silly slideware or nuts-and-bolts necessity? Or both? Some examples from half a lifetime in systems engineering." - Ulf Olsson Ericsson Radio Systems AB.
14.00 -14.45 "Keys to a successful platform - 10 years of experience" - Peter Eriksson, ABB Robotics AB
15.15 -16.00 "A platform for construction equipment in a resource constrained context" - Joakim Fröberg, Volvo Construction Equipment Components AB
16.00-16.45 Developing a new platform for train control systems - issues to consider. Tage Tarkpea, Bombardier Transportation AB
16.45 Summary and next step