Industry experts share insights and future direction of standards in
BPM, business architecture, CubeSat, healthcare, IIoT, middleware,
RESTON, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/BPMN?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#BPMNlt;/agt;–The Object
Management Group® (OMG®), an international,
open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium, today
announced the agenda for its Special
Events program, which will be held during the OMG
Technical Committee (TC) meeting from March 18-22, 2019 at the Hyatt
Regency Reston hotel in Reston, Virginia. Registration
for the Special Events program is open to the public. Media can register
for a complimentary press pass using the code TCVAP19.
OMG Chairman and CEO Dr. Richard Soley said, “The Special
Events agenda is packed with carefully curated topics that move
standards forward in business process modeling, space, healthcare,
business architecture, modeling, middleware, and IIoT. We invite the
public to network with our members and industry experts so that they can
learn how standards can bring innovative solutions to the marketplace.
Attendees will have the additional benefit of learning about OMG partner
solutions, notably from sponsors No
The Special Events program for the week includes:
Process Management for Healthcare BPM+ Workshop will highlight
early adoption work from the American College of Obstetricians and
Gynecologists, the Mayo Clinic, and the Veterans Health Administration
that will explore new approaches to documenting clinical best
practices, care pathways, and workflows using formal notations and
7th Annual Business Architecture Innovation Summit will feature
business practitioners and experts from a cross-section of industries
who will share how business architecture is delivering real value in
financial services, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing,
transportation, software, and government.
Architecture Government Reference Model Workshop is a 1-day,
post-Summit option that allows practitioners to engage in hands-on
working sessions that contribute to the practice, build attendee
skills and strengthen the business architecture community.
in the Real World: DDS Foundation Launch marks the launch of the
DDS Foundation, a community of technology companies, end users,
developers and IIoT industry influencers, with the goal of advancing
awareness of the OMG Data-Distribution
Service™ standard in high performance, highly-scalable Industrial
Internet of Things (IoT) and large-scale Consumer IoT applications.
The program will also feature customers and case studies, highlighting
the role of the standard in robotics, IIoT and defense.
MBSE-inspired Enterprise Architectures Summit is a half-day
meeting where thought leaders from government, system integrators, the
OMG Unified Architecture Framework® development team, and
practitioners will explore how to leverage Model-Based Systems
Engineering with architecture modeling in an integrated and
Specs: The CubeSat Revolution event will showcase speakers from
NASA, NOAA, Boeing, Amazon Web Services, among others, who will
examine the role of standards in designing, developing and exploiting
satellite systems for the space-based enterprise.
MEET & GREET: SysML is an opportunity for systems modeling
practitioners and other interested parties to network with experts who
implement the OMG
Systems Modeling Language™ (SysML®) standard, and learn
about their near- and longer-term focus to advance the practice of
systems modeling. OMG currently has an open
call for submissions to create the next version of SysML, version
Each Special Event requires advance
registration. Registration for the full OMG
Technical Committee Meeting week includes all Special Event daily
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