Concepts and Applications of Model-Based Systems

Explore the potential of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) while gaining a practical introduction to the Systems Engineering Modeling Language (SysML). Learn how MBSE compares with other SE methodologies, and its benefits for integrating the various disciplines and perspectives needed for modern, complex technical endeavors. Each MBSE concept is developed through hands-on examples applying MBSE via SysML in the real world. The course is built on a standard general interest problem with participants developing MBSE skills by doing useful things with SysML models - not just building them for the sake of documentaiton. For example, you will employ SysML parametrics to perform calculations on system properties to verify requirements allocated to modeled elements of the system design.

    Topics Include:
  • MBSE defined
  • MBSE relationship to current SE methodologies and frameworks
  • Systems life cycle
  • MBSE opportunities, pitfalls, and risks
  • SysML defined
  • Basic modeling concepts
  • SysML Diagrams
  • MBSE Project WorkFlow
  • Organization adoption approaches

Who Should Attend:

Engineering, test, modeling and simulation, program management and software systems professionals with an interest in MBSE.

Undergraduate degree in a technical field, or equivalent experience.

Available Sessions