April 7th at 6pm : Teasing n°4 des AFNeT Standards Days 2022 : Maintenance
For this fourth teasing of the AFNeT Standards Days / ATLAS Projects Days 2022, we had the pleasure to listen Michel Domeon (product owner of the Military Big Data information system within the numerical transformation department of Dassault-Aviation) and Dosseh Akueson (PLM and Maintenance Program Director in ATLAS program), who came talk to us about Maintenance by asking this question: Which human organization for a successful Integrated Product Support Standard? The case of S-Series Standards: from development to deployment. Quelle organisation humaine pour une mise en œuvre réussie d’un Standard du Soutien ?
During the AFNeT Standards Days 2022, a Track will be dedicated to Maintenance, on Thursday May 12 in the late morning
To give you an overview of the topics that will be discussed during the Standards Days, these short half-hour teasers have temporarily replaced the CNIS. To get an overview of the agenda for May 11 and 12, 2022, you can visit the page dedicated to the AFNeT Standards Days here>
Belonging to Dassault-Aviation from 1982, Michel spend his carrier within the Military Support arena. He has been in charge of the Rafale technical publication and by the way was fully involved from the beginning in the « S1000D tech Pub » ASD international groups as French representative. Either as chair of the EPWG (Electronic Publications Working Group) in charge of all technical aspects or as co-chair of the TPSMG (Technical Publications Specifications Maintenance Group) in charge of all philosophical aspects of the S1000D. He is still now the French representative at the ASD PSSG (Product Standard Specification Group) in charge of all S-Series suite of specification.
Michel est désormais représentant français au sein du groupe PSSG (Product Standard Specification Group) en charge de la stratégie de l’ensemble de la suite des S-Series. Michel has been for many years the chair of GIFAS technical publication committee.
He is now the product owner of the Military Big Data information system within the numerical transformation department of Dassault-Aviation.
Mechanical engineer (ENSIMEV, 1995) and specialized in CAD and digital simulation software (MSc CAD/CAM/CAE from Cranfield University, 1996), Dosseh started his professional career in the automotive sector (PSA Peugeot Citroën, 1998) where he successively held the positions of CAD support engineer, digital engineering project manager and vehicle assembly line implementation project manager. After a break during which he completed his education with a postgraduate degreeème in management, Dosseh joined Thales Services (2009) as PLM Program Manager and then ALSTOM (2011) where he was first in charge of the implementation of an industrial digital mock-up solution and then of the methods and tools of the Services Business Unit.
Within the ATLAS program since March 2021, Dosseh coordinates the PLM and MAINTENANCE domains.