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Systems engineers have made the switch over to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) because of its considerable benefits, such as:

·         Helping get design right the first time

·         Reducing development costs and timescales

·         Permitting designers to work successfully at greater degrees of complexity

·         Risk due to technology is reduced because of enhanced focus on formalizing how the technology works

Other benefits of MBSE on the design side include higher system reliability, due to better integration of reliability considerations into design on a real-time basis (DFMEA) as well as opportunity to better integrate design of the product with design of its maintenance system, for improved maintainability and reduced maintenance costs.

Improved understandability of the design by others, also reduces life cycle costs by reducing costs.

A often overlooked aspect in implementing MBSE is to use a modelling language that exposes to the designer fundamental relationships in design, physical and logical, and makes it easy for the designer to establish these relationships.

Experts in this area point out that not all MBSE languages achieve this, especially those languages developed by committee.

That’s why over the years, Systems Modeling Language (SysML) has emerged as the de facto Model-Based Language choice for MBSE projects.

SysML is a general-purpose system architecture modeling language for systems engineering applications. SysML supports the specification, analysis, design, verification, and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Introduction to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), a 2-day course where participants learn about modeling, modeling applied to systems engineering, Systems Modeling Language (SysML) application and more.

Participants will learn how MBSE is applied and how modern system engineering uses models to create structural and dynamic artifacts for conops, system requirements, design, architecture, analysis verification and validation activities.

Through case studies and examples, participants will discover application of modeling to systems engineering, the model-based approach to analysis, requirements, design and testing.

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