The drilling industry is going through a transformation through increased adoption of embedded systems which increases the complexity of drilling systems and stresses the traditional processes used to develop these systems. The industry is addressing this challenge by adopting Model-Based Design, where models are used throughout the design and development phase – from multi-domain models that allow system level design and optimization, to reusing those models for generating embedded code and real-time system level testing, as well as Digital Twins in operating scenarios. As the industry navigates this transformation, it can learn from the experience of other industries that have made this transition, such as automotive, aerospace, and others, in order to make this a successful transition, as well as build on the lessons learned from the other industries. This talk will provide perspectives from other industries and draw parallels to provide practical approaches to deploying Model-Based Design for drilling systems development.
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