How to Determine Your Business’ MBE Capability Index

Do you know where your organization’s Model Based Enterprise (MBE) capabilities stand? Understanding your current capability level is important before determining where to go next. The MBE Capability Index allows organizations to self-assess their MBE capability and identify essential steps that, when implemented, could maximize integrated manufacturing deliverables.

Rich Eckenrode of RECON Services will describe the MBE Capability Index and explain its recent updates at the Collaboration and Interoperability Congress (CIC) in Washington, DC on October 29, 2015.

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Agenda: http://www.cimdata.com/en/education/plm-conferences/2015-plmrm-ad-cic/2015-plmrm-ad-cic-about-cic

Learn how you rate within MBE

Learn how you rate within MBE

Presentation Title: How do you rate in MBE? New MBE Capability Index for DOD Contractors and Organizations

Topics:

  • MBE Capability Index levels explained
  • Factors used to assess a company’s MBE capability level
  • Latest updates to the MBE Capability Index

Abstract:

Several years ago, the MBE Capability Index was developed and published to model-based-enterprise.org. The Index established levels of capability (0 to 6) for becoming a Model Based Enterprise using Model Based Definition (MBD) or 3D annotated models. The intent of the index is to allow an organization to self-assess their MBE capability and to identify distinctive steps along the implementation journey. The index is designed to allow you to have different levels of capability for each of the functional areas. This will allow you to focus your efforts on the areas that matter most for your business. In 2015, NIST funded a revision of the MBE Capability Index to update it with current technology and process capabilities evident today. Learn the results of that update with this presentation.

The Collaboration and Interoperability Congress will focus on topics by real users of MBD or MBE with the theme of “Enabling the Model-Based Enterprise (MBE).” To learn more, please click here.

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