Ongoing Development of Model-Based Enterprise Standards Activities

Since the April 2017 Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) Summit hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a teleconference was held under the guidance of the Board on Standardization and Testing to plan the establishment of a new committee to develop standards for the creation and use of model-based datasets, data models, and related topics with a MBE. The proposed committee area of concentration would include: types of models and their intended uses; rules for representing requirements and constraints; types of features and data elements for model‐based datasets; schemas for datasets; creating, managing and using product definition and process definition data; managing links between product definition and process definition; rules governing data quality; managing discrepancies (between existing standards, data format standards, and other standards that affect Model‐Based Definition (MBD) and MBE).

ASME is currently soliciting subject matter experts and affected stakeholders to help support these efforts.

For more information, contact Fredric Constantino (+1.212.591.8684).