Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) 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.
MBSE methodology is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, defense, rail, automotive, industrial, etc.
MBSE is an important application that allows us to develop, analyze, and test complex systems. MBSE is also important because it provides a means to coordinate system design activity, satisfies stakeholder requirements and provides a significant return on investment.
Agile MBSE integrates the value proposition of agile methods in systems development, most notably, for managing constant change and uncertainty while continuously ensuring system correctness and meeting customers’ needs.
The adoption of MBSE requires a workforce that is skilled in the application of MBSE. This requires organizations to provide an infrastructure that includes MBSE methods, tools and training, and a commitment to deploy this capability to their programs.
As with any organizational change, this must be approached strategically to grow this capability and learn from their experiences.
As a subset of digital engineering (DE), MBSE has been especially important for the U.S. Department of Defense. Digital Engineering is DoD’s initiative that combines model-based techniques, digital practices, and computing infrastructure to enable delivery of high pay-off solutions to the warfighter at the speed of relevance.
DE modernizes how the DoD conceives, designs, operates, and sustains capabilities to outpace its adversaries.
The interplay between Model Based Systems Engineers (MBSE) and digital engineering (DE) has been a focal point for the DoD.
Want to learn more? Tonex offers Hands on MBSE Training, a 3-day MBSE and SysML Combo training program. This MBSE/SysML course covers modeling of complex systems, System of Systems (SoS), aerospace, military and advanced deep space applications.
Overall, Tonex provides 20 courses in MBSE Training. Participants are introduced to the notions and philosophies behind Model-Based System Engineering. They also review the tools, models and requirements associated with MBSE in various fields.
MBSE courses include:
MBSE Fundamentals for DoD (3 days)
MBSE Training Crash Course (4 days)
Model Based Testing Training Workshop (3 days)
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