Engineering

Model Based Systems Engineering with SysML

Understand how an organization or project can transition to Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) while gaining a pragmatic introduction to the Systems Engineering Modeling Language (SysML). Develop an understanding of the scope, implications, and practice of MBSE to equip you to effectively utilize it for your projects. Learn how MBSE links to SE architecture frameworks, process standards, and notation languages. Aimed at systems engineering practitioners, the theoretical aspects and syntax of SysML are covered. Each concept is explained through numerous hands-on examples based on practical experience of applying MBSE and SysML in the real world.

Topics Include:

  • MBSE defined
  • MBSE systems lifecycle
  • Projects and systems that benefit from MBSE
  • Opportunities, pitfalls, and risks
  • Relationship to current SE methodologies and frameworks
  • Management buy-in
  • SysML defined
    • History and roots of SysML
    • Basic modeling concepts
    • Parametrics
    • Ports and interfaces
    • Diagrams
    • MBSE Project WorkFlow
    • Requirements analysis
    • System functional analysis
    • Design synthesis

    Who should attend?

    • Engineering professionals who have hands-on experience in traditional SE methods or have been involved in software systems development.
    • Current or past participants in the following UAHuntsville Certificate Programs: Systems Engineering, Test and Evaluation, Modeling and Simulation.

    Prerequisites:
    Undergraduate degree in a technical field, project management, or equivalent experience.

    Available Sessions
    Course not available for public enrollment at this time.
    To schedule for your organization, contact Customized Training