The MBE Dictionary is a comprehensive resource that includes over 470 terms and definitions, as well as over 30 industry standards and influential organizations.
GOLDEN, COLORADO, USA, Oct. 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Action Engineering announces an update to its free Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) dictionary. The MBE Dictionary is a comprehensive resource that includes over 470 terms and definitions, as well as over 30 industry standards and influential organizations. The dictionary has been reviewed, remastered and updated in 2022. It helps calm the terminological chaos in the transformations of digital manufacturing.
Jennifer Herron, CEO and Founder of Action Engineering began collecting terms and definitions in 2008 as part of its organizational process and subsequently created a rich database which evolved into the MBE Dictionary.
Since 2010, Action Engineering, LLC has provided a free database of terms, definitions, and citations to help support the Model Based Definition (MBD) understanding and fabrication community.
The MBE dictionary can be used by anyone who will be (or is already) involved in 3D data transition. From CEO to engineer, it’s a low-key way to catch up so everyone can follow along and contribute to the conversations.
Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) Dictionary Highlights
• Over 470 terms and definitions
• Over 30 cited industry standards and influential organizations
• 70 definitions of the most common terms for 3D digital transformation
• QIF, ASME Y14.5, Y14.41, Y14.47 and ISO 10303 terms included
• Includes terms related to MBE, Digital Twin, Digital Manufacturing, Digital Thread, MBSE
• Includes terms from Y14.5: Datum, Datum Feature Symbol, Limits of Size, Least Material Boundary, etc.
• Updates from the old DAG (Defense Acquisition Guidebook) to DAU (Glossary of Defense Acquisition Acronyms and Terms)
• Understands important DAU topics such as: Configuration Items, Segment, Physical Configuration Audit
• MBE Maturity Index of the Honeywell Kansas City plant
• Integrates with Action Engineering’s OSCAR online training platform to seamlessly navigate terms during instruction
When implementation teams and stakeholders have a common understanding of terminology, they can have conversations that lead to successful digital transformations.
Use (and bookmark) the MBE Dictionary and share it with your colleagues and community.
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