Enhancing ISO/IEC 15288 with reuse and product-orientation: Key outcomes of an add-on process reference model proposal
|Autoren|| Friedrich Stallinger|
|Titel||Enhancing ISO/IEC 15288 with reuse and product-orientation: Key outcomes of an add-on process reference model proposal|
|Buchtitel||Industrial Proceedings of 19th EuroSPI2 Conference|
Systems are typically developed within traditionally project-oriented contexts, generally facing high cost and productivity pressure, increasing complexity, and ever demanding customers. The transformation of this systems engineering business from highly customer-specific development projects to the customization and reuse of ‘system products’ is generally judged highly rewarding. In order to tackle this challenge, we build on the results of developing an ISO/IEC 15504 conformant process reference model for the industrial engineering that is based on the integration of the key concepts of reuse and product-oriented engineering of industrial systems and its comparison against ISO/IEC 15288 on systems life cycle processes. The objective of the research is to synthesize the key process elements for enhancing the international standard ISO/IEC 15288 on system life cycle processes with product- and reuse-oriented engineering as well as basic product management practices in order to serve as an integrated, consolidated, and standard conformant reference framework for process assess-ment and improvement in systems engineering contexts in which systems are developed and evolved as products.