Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution or the end all be all of systems design.
MBSE is, however, an incredibly powerful tool that can probably help many organizations more than they might believe.
While MBSE is particularly popular in the aerospace industry, it’s a valuable tool for basically anyone. MBSE can work for federal organizations, corporations, and pretty much any entity interested in building any kind of software or system.
Additionally, MBSE can help model any kind of application – all the way from an airplane navigational system down to a mobile app to remind you to call someone.
Model-Based Systems Engineering provides a visual representation of everything involved in software development and systems development lifecycles.
Consequently, MBSE can condense hundreds of pages of documentation into a single graphical representation, covering everything from how a system operates, how multiple systems interface, their components and subcomponents.
Analysts are high on MBSE for its ability to allow organizations to create a model for just about any kind of system, which helps everyone better understand the different levels of that system.
MBSE makes it possible to model the architecture, relationships, requirements, everything from a high level overview all the way down to specific protocol.
Want to learn more? Tonex offers MBSE Training Crash Course, a 4-day program that covers all the principals, theories and techniques associated with Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to comprehend the general principles of systems engineering, discuss the main characteristics of a system and understand the overall process factors and their relationships, which together establish the bases of systems engineering.
Additionally, Tonex offers more than a dozen other courses in MBSE training, including:
— Model Based Testing Training (3 days)
—Model Based Requirements Engineering (4 days)
—SysML Training Crash Course (4 days)
—Requirements Engineering Workshop with Use Cases (3 days)
For more information, questions, comments, contact us.