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Datasheet: where is requirements engineering gone? A case in Benchmarking Mobile Robotics

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The lifecycle of a system is extended from its early conception to its retirement of service. The lifespan of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) can be expected to last over 50 years in the defence market. In this context, the rising complexity of UGV systems imposes engineering steps that would ensure both capabilities of the system and resilience to its future inclusion in a system-of-system context. During its operational usage, the UGV is supposed to be manoeuvred for specifically designed purposes following user manual datasheet of the components off-the-shelf (COTS) that were integrated. This paper exposes the public user datasheet relevance compared to the system engineering requirements that are the artefacts of system design architecture. The use of connecting COTS user manual to system requirements is discussed, all the more if the systems are to be re-used in a system production line.
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hal-03640046 , version 1 (13-04-2022)

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Lorraine Brisacier-Porchon, Omar Hammami. Datasheet: where is requirements engineering gone? A case in Benchmarking Mobile Robotics. CSER, Mar 2022, Trondheim, Norway. ⟨hal-03640046⟩
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