Requirements definition in support of digital twin platform development
Castrese Di Marino, Valeria Vercella, Rocco Gentile, Giacomo Nasi, Stefano Centomodownload PDF
Abstract. This paper discusses the exploitation of a System Engineering approach and, specifically, of Requirements Engineering to derive a set of desired features based on stakeholders’ needs to be implemented into a Digital Twin (DT) platform. Key focus is on the development of a collaborative and highly integrated simulation environment tailored for the design of breakthrough aeronautical products and able, in principle, to cover all the phases of product lifecycle. Specifically, a preliminary list of platform requirements is elicited and from them a set of desired features to be implemented is derived. Then, basing on these features, a Kano questionnaire is set up and used to question a pool of engineers and experts in the aeronautical field. Eventually, by analysing the questionnaire results, the list of desired characteristics is prioritized and used to provide guidelines for the development of the front-end interface of the collaborative platform.
Digital Twin Platform, User Experience, Aeronautics, Requirements
Published online 11/1/2023, 5 pages
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Citation: Castrese Di Marino, Valeria Vercella, Rocco Gentile, Giacomo Nasi, Stefano Centomo, Requirements definition in support of digital twin platform development, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 37, pp 249-253, 2023
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