Uncovering Impact of Innovation: Continuous Stakeholder Engagement through Scenario-based Systems Engineering

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systems, scenarios, engineering, models, innovation

Abstract

The importance of extreme weather situations is increasing due to their number and, above all, their impact on stakeholders in emergency response. They are characterized by cascading effects with global and local interdependencies. Extreme data must be included as a basis for decision-making. The impact in emergency response depends on diverse, multidisciplinary competencies required to interpret information. Scenarios are used in various forms of preparation: in exercises, but also for the design of information systems and validation. Based on literature, this article brings together different types of scenarios and related work in the field of Model-Based Systems Engineering. Using an exemplary case relating to possible pluvial urban floods, the added value resulting from a focus on the impact of innovative solutions is discussed. It is shown that the use of scenarios helps to make the desired impact assessable for decision-makers in all phases of research and development projects.

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Published

2024-05-24

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Pottebaum, J., Ebel, M., & Graessler, I. (2024). Uncovering Impact of Innovation: Continuous Stakeholder Engagement through Scenario-based Systems Engineering. ISCRAM Proceedings, 21. http://ojs.iscram.org/index.php/Proceedings/article/view/108

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