Knowledge Seminar | Introduction to MBSE: Systems Modeling Expressing Design Intent With Rigor | SAIC
Traditional Document-Intensive Systems Engineering (DISE) is undergoing a transformation; the emergence of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is driving fundamental changes to product development and sustainment processes. However, competent modelers are in short supply and many stakeholders do not fully understand (or appreciate) the implications and opportunities inherent in MBSE.
This tutorial will provide an overview of what system modeling is, how it can rigorously express design intent, and how appreciation for its capabilities can facilitate digital engineering throughout the enterprise. It will include an overview of fundamental concepts, present detailed examples, discuss the role of automated validation in driving model quality, and share best practices for identifying and training system modelers.
Want to see more from Michael Vinarcik? Check out his upcoming presentation hosted by Revolution in Simulation
Rigor at the Speed of Relevance: The Symbiotic Relationship of Model-Based Systems Engineering and Simulation
June 29, 2021 // 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET
Watch the full knowledge seminar with Q&A Duration: 1hr 59min
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