Model-based systems engineering (MBSE), using languages like SysML, is a methodology that has gained in popularity over the past 15 years, and for good reason. MBSE addresses the rapid growth in the complexity of systems many industries are now facing.
Take the automotive industry, for example, where vehicles are essentially becoming high performance computing platforms made up of many electronic control systems that process 100 million lines of software code. The primary way problems associated with increased system complexity can be managed so that products are delivered on time, on budget and with minimal quality issues is for organizations to utilize MBSE, an effective engineering approach for the times.
A common definition of MBSE goes something like this: Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a systems engineering methodology that focuses on creating and exploiting domain models as the primary means of information exchange between engineers, rather than on document-based information exchange.
Companies can improve their systems engineering processes by using MBSE. Among the benefits, MBSE can help in three ways:
- Address complexity
- Encourage reuse
- Manage product lines
Complexity is an especially challenging problem and is often the root cause of systems engineering failures. By using a visual representation of the system, relationships between different parts of the system are easier to see and manage.
The visual reference of MBSE supports the design, analysis, verification and validation of the entire system. The model provides a common reference across engineering disciplines, so that teams may more easily communicate and collaborate during the development process.
This usually creates improved communication and leads to greater efficiencies, improving time-to-market. Also, because the system model makes it easier to visualize the interdependencies in the system, the risk of errors and quality problems are reduced, especially when making changes.
Tonex offers a 3-day MBSE Training course that covers systems engineering practices for describing systems, modeling with SysML, working with MBSE domains, MBSE across the system life cycle, working with SysML diagrams and much more.
MBSE Training is meant for a wide cross section of professionals including product managers, systems analysts, software engineers, capability developers, LSA specialists and enterprise architects.
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