Data for: A Retrospective Analysis of System Engineering Data Collection Metrics for a 3D Printed UAS Design

This repository is the home for data associated to a case study on system engineering data collection metrics that can be found at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2019.05.049.

Abstract: The authors recently executed a project in which we twice exercised the full product lifecycle of conceiving, designing, building, and testing a UAS. The process was fully instrumented, with a captured history of all key process metrics to include a full design history, software tools used, prototypes created, and person-hours performed per person and per task; all synchronized to key design reviews and events. The UAS were primarily constructed from additively manufactured polymer components, a technology that directly affected the product development lifecycle. All of the design/build raw product and metrics collected are being made available digitally to the design research community for analysis. This paper introduces the design process products to the community, presents a retrospective examination of the data collected during the design process, and provides summary results along with anecdotal lessons learned during the course of the project.

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Miller, Simon; Yukish, Michael; Hoskins, Meghan; Bennett, Lorri; Little, Eric (2019). Data for: A Retrospective Analysis of System Engineering Data Collection Metrics for a 3D Printed UAS Design [Data set]. Scholarsphere. https://doi.org/10.26207/sr9m-sy04

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Work Title Data for: A Retrospective Analysis of System Engineering Data Collection Metrics for a 3D Printed UAS Design
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  1. Simon Miller
  2. Michael Yukish
  3. Meghan Hoskins
  4. Lorri Bennett
  5. Eric Little
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Publication Date 2019
DOI doi:10.26207/sr9m-sy04
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    • This repository is the home for data associated to a case study on system engineering data collection metrics that can be found at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2019.05.049
    • This repository is the home for data associated to a case study on system engineering data collection metrics that can be found at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2019.05.049.
    • Abstract: The authors recently executed a project in which we twice exercised the full product lifecycle of conceiving, designing, building, and testing a UAS. The process was fully instrumented, with a captured history of all key process metrics to include a full design history, software tools used, prototypes created, and person-hours performed per person and per task; all synchronized to key design reviews and events. The UAS were primarily constructed from additively manufactured polymer components, a technology that directly affected the product development lifecycle. All of the design/build raw product and metrics collected are being made available digitally to the design research community for analysis. This paper introduces the design process products to the community, presents a retrospective examination of the data collected during the design process, and provides summary results along with anecdotal lessons learned during the course of the project.
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