PLM/MBE System Architecture
DSA has extensive referencable experience in the design and optimization of Global PLM/MBE Architectures to ensure an optimization of your PLM/MBE Asset Base. This critical capability will better enable:
1. Optimization of Out of Box Capability
2. Increased Exploitation of your PLM/MBE Asset Base
3. Increased ROI for your PLM/MBE Asset Base
4. Lower Lifecycle Cost of Ownership.

Physical Architecture Diagram

Physical Architecture Model Development may be used as a task of the activity "Develop candidate architectures models and views", or a sub-process of the System Architecture Definition process. Its purpose is to elaborate models and views of a physical, concrete solution that accommodates the Logical Architecture Model and satisfies and trade-offs of system requirements. Once a logical architecture model is defined concrete physical elements have to be identified that can support functional, behavioral, and temporal features as well as the expected properties of the system deduced from non-functional system requirements (e.g. constraint of replacement of obsolescence, and/or continued product support).

Logical Architecture Diagram

Logical Architecture Model Development may be used as a task of the activity "Develop candidate architectures models and views", or a sub-process of the System Architecture Definition process. Its purpose is to elaborate models and views of the functionality and behavior of the future engineered system as it should operate, while in service. The logical Architecture Model a engineered system of interest is composed of a set of related technical concepts and principles that support the logical operation of the system. It may include a functional architecture view, a behavioral architecture view, and a temporal architecture view.