Maestro Overview

The goal of the Maestro project is to develop a digital twin for an engineering, manufacturing and sales enterprise for exploring and demonstrating the value of open source business software.

Operational requirements, process and data are based on the fictional Swift Construction Company and published using an open source license so they can be shared freely. 

Maestro Model

The Maestro model is a conceptual set of interrelated modules reflecting typical enterprise requirements. 

  • Parts (part numbers, revisions, sources, related documents, bills-of-materials, change management…).

  • Projects (requirements, plan, people, tasks, scheduling, time spent…).

  • Issues (reports, relationships, investigations and analysis, corrective actions…).

  • Stock (serial numbers and quantities, purchasing, production, trace-ability…).

  • Files (engineering and ad hoc documents, revisions, authors, editors, approvers, tags…)

  • Users (authentication, role-based access control…)  

    Maestro Component Diagram

    The Maestro environment allows information and files to be shared within an organization in an environment of Trust and Transparency™.  

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    Maestro Data

Maestro data generally concerns development, product release and continuing engineering of the Aircraft Wireless.

Aircraft Wireless Product Lifecycle

RevNameDateDescription
1Prototype2013-01-01Prototype
2PCB Revision2013-01-02Final product
3Product Release2013-01-03Marketing assembly
4Manufacturing Improvements2013-01-04Cost and quality improvements
5Service Kit2013-01-05Service support kit

More information on the Aircraft Wireless project is available in the Aircraft Wireless Project Plan in the SCC Quality Management System.