Domain D01 Program Management and System Engineering

Contacts:
Domain Technical Coordinator: Gilles Beuzelin, Framatome, France
Domain Secretariat: Marina Epis, BNAE, France
Executive Manager: Anja Lange, ASD-STAN

Focal Points:

GIFAS Marina Epis, BNAE
DIN e.V. Gero Schröder-Kohlmay, DIN NL
AIAD Francesco Acerbi, Leonardo Helicopters
TEDAE Jacinto Llorente, Airbus Defence & Space
SOFF Thomas Roos, SAAB
ADS Group Simon Merriman , BSI
EASA Eric Duvivier, EASA
ASD Vincent De Vroey, ASD
AIRBUS SE no representative

Domain Scope
This Domain covers Aerospace standardization activities in the field of “Programme Management” for aerospace applications. The scope of this working group covers all transversal topics related to programme management over the whole life cycle of a product. These subjects are, in a non exhaustive list : the configuration management, the risk management, the obsolescence management, system engineering and customer / supplier contractual relationships

Any experts interested in involvement in ASD-STAN Domain D01 and its working groups are welcome to contact our Executive Manager Ms. Anja Lange.


Working Groups of D01

D01/WG11-System definition and realization

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
The D01/WG11 will standardize the life cycle process of a product (tangible or intangible) – development, industrialization and production – from analysis of operational need to operational qualification (potentially including certification)

Example of standards published:
prEN 9208 P1 – Programme management – Expression of need – Guidance on and format for (Need) Technical Specification (NWP approved)

Future activities:
prEN 92xx(number TBC) – Programme Management – Design justification and qualification – Guide to drawing up the design justification plan and of the design justification file.

D01/WG12-Programme phasing and planning

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
This WG will standardise common repositories between the various actors intended to coordinate (synchronisation and sequencing) all the activities of a programme.

Future activities:
prEN 92xx(number TBC) ) Programme management – Recommendations for implementation of phasing and scheduling.

D01/WG13-Configuration management

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
This WG will standardize configuration management. It consists of managing the technical description of a system (and its various components), as well as managing all the changes made during the evolution of the system. It is the set of processes to ensure a product’s compliance with the requirements throughout its life cycle.

Future activities:
Next projects planned for 2021 – revision of prEN 9223 series.

D01/WG14-Risk management

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
This WG will standardize the risk management (integral part of programme management). It should be implemented right from the start of the project feasibility phase and continue until material disposal. The ultimate goal is to contribute to an appropriate definition of programme objectives (costs, schedules and performances …) and to continuously ensure that they are met or enhanced, despite any events likely to affect the programme through its lifecycle.

Future activities:
prEN 9239 P2 – Aerospace series – Programme Management – Guide for the risk management

D01/WG15-ILS and Obsolescence Management

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) is a set of techniques for defining, during the design of a system, as soon as the need for the user is identified, the support system that will be associated with the main system. Integrated logistic support aims to influence the definition of the main system to achieve better readiness while controlling the overall cost of ownership.

D01/WG16-RAMS (Reliability, availability, maintainability and safety)

Chairman: Gilles BEUZELIN, MBDA, France.
Secretariat: Marina EPIS, BNAE,France

WG Scope
The success of a programme depends on optimising the trade-off between the expected technical and operational performance required (in given conditions) of the products, the cost of these products and the lead-time to produce them. RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety) are inherent product or system attributes that should be considered throughout it lifecycle. In this context RAMS management of the products is a key activity which cannot be separated from other product performance control or programme management.