SysML Courses

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For systems engineers, Systems Modeling Language (SysML) basically helps in representing system-related information in universally accepted dynamic diagrams. Before software, systems engineering requirements were documented in sets. In a small system that’s not too difficult to do without too many errors. But with larger systems that’s not an easy task. The advantage of Model-Based Systems […]

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Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Classes

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A common misconception about Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) is that it replaces traditional systems engineering. It does not. It’s more like MBSE formalizes part of systems engineering. MBSE combines traditional methods and best practices with rigorous modeling techniques. In its purest form, MBSE is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, […]

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Cybersecurity Applied To Embedded Systems Training

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Embedded systems run most of the machines and devices that we use every day. This includes cars, microwave ovens, washing machines, coffee machines, digital cameras and mobile phones. Machines and devices of embedded systems are architected around microcontrollers or larger microprocessors with external memory (peripherals for the most complex ones), and sometimes FPGAs (field programmable […]

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ISR Training

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Past generations of military personnel were forced to fight blindly in a battlespace. Battlefield events were orchestrated with couriers, signals and radios.  Troops essentially fought in a fog. Advances in technology have made battlespace scenarios much clearer, primarily through real time or nearly real time situational awareness. The military system that has made this possible is […]

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JREAP Training Courses

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There are several forms and causes of degradation in electric signals, both in the time domain and in the physical domain, including runt pulse, voltage spike, jitter, wander, swim, drift, glitch, ringing, crosstalk, antenna effect and phase noise. The Joint Range Extension Applications Protocol (JREAP) was designed to provide a standard way to allow Link 16 and other critical tactical data link-based information to overcome line-of-sight […]

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Link 16 Tactical Data Link Training

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Tactical Data Links are secure military communication standards that exchange tactical data between platforms and commands. The “data link” term refers to all technologies, applications and messages packages used in the communication system. The military “tactical data link” term represents the data links used as support in military actions. Known data links were designed according to specific standards […]

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