MBSE and Digital Engineering Workshop
An MBSE (model-based systems engineering)/digital environment helps organizations visualize and evaluate their systems and component relationships with digital models offering functional, structural and other specific views.
MBSE can help to minimize the risk develop and verify digital process models and thus minimize the risk of IT implementation projects.
Analysts claim that MBSE environments help bridge the gaps for today’s geographically distributed teams, letting them explore designs and make discoveries together. In other words, the integrated approach makes them more agile in responding to evolving demands.
Digital tools capture and preserve vital knowledge. That knowledge library counteracts workforce transitions, shortens development cycle times of future similar and related systems in a repeatable manner.
With organizations experiencing a digital transformation, it is a good idea to figure out the future process and product architecture before committing to implementation. Model-based systems engineering can help.
Although MBSE is often associated with product and system modelling, it is also applicable to the modelling of IT and process architectures. INCOSE refers to model-based systems engineering as the formalized application of digital modelling.
The Department of Defense has been especially receptive to using MBSE and digital engineering in combination. Creating complex defense systems requires legions of engineers and stakeholders working together, and the DoD knows that online, connected work environments synchronize its efforts to achieve better results.
DOD consequently has set up digital, collaborative, model-based systems engineering environments.
Besides the military, MBSE can be employed to develop a network of satellites and their ground control stations, and it works for anything intricate: A multifaceted service organization can design how to function best as a whole.
MBSE’s integrated data set approach demonstrates many benefits, such as:
- Improves system quality, consistency and digital traceability
- Increases personnel productivity and efficiency
- Early risk identification, ,cost reduction, schedule and performance improvement
- Enhances communications across key stakeholder groups
- Eliminates single point failures through collaboration, knowledge sharing, and the exchange of models and their underlying data
MBSE and Digital Engineering Workshop Course by Tonex
MBSE and Digital Engineering Workshop is a 2-day training workshop that covers Model-based systems engineering (MBSE), Digital Engineering practices and tools, as well as methods like DODAF, UAF, UPDM, SysML, and more. MBSE and Digital Engineering workshop will help the participants and lead to greater efficiency and improved quality of all the acquisition activities.
Department of Defense (DoD) Digital Engineering Strategy covers five goals to streamline the DoD acquisition process through the creation of a digital thread enabling the conception, design, and development of complex weapon systems including creation of computer readable models to represent all aspects of the system and to support all the activities for the design, development, manufacture, and operation of the system throughout its lifecycle.
Models would have to be based on shared data schemata so that in effect a digital thread integrates all the diverse stakeholders involved in the acquisition of new weapon systems.
Participants will learn about Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) and digital engineering supporting acquisitions and systems engineering activities of concepts, requirements, architecture, design, integration, verification, and validation.
Workshop Topics Include:
Foundations of Systems Engineering (SE)
- SE and Management
- Applications of Systems Engineering
- Enabling Systems Engineering
Introduction to Digital Engineering
- Formalize the development, integration
and use of models
- Enterprise and program decision making
- Technological innovation to improve the engineering practice
- Culture and workforce to support digital engineering
- Lifecycle SE Transformation with Digital Engineering
- Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
- Overview of Systems Modeling Language (SysML)
- SysML Diagrams
- Transitioning Systems Engineering to a Model-based Discipline
- SE Implementation and Digital Engineering Case Studies and Examples
Overview of Enterprise Architecture Frameworks
- Department of Defense Architecture Framework (DoDAF)
- Quick Overview of MoDAF, NAF and FEAF
- UPDM, UAF, and SysML
- Overview of Operational Activity Diagrams and BPMN Notation
- Introduction to UPDM
- Introduction to MBSE and SysML
- Integration of DoDAF, UPDM and SysML
- Working with DoDAF, UAF and SysML
Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) and System Integration
- Architectures and models for a broad range of complex systems: hardware, software, data, personnel, and facility elements
- Consistent architectures and modeling for system-of-systems (SoS) down to lower levels of design and implementation;
- Analysis, specification, design, and verification of complex systems
- Cybersecurity analysis, specification, and mitigation of security risks from a system/infrastructure perspective
Models, Simulations, and Digital Engineering
- Integrated Digital Systems Engineering Process
- Systems Engineering Methodology
Digital engineering and the advanced computerization of systems engineering practices.
- Digital engineering to create complex, latticed systems of products, services, and capabilities
- Tools to digitally generate, curate, share, extract, and work with computable data and information
- Digital engineering modeling and simulation
- Models, Simulations, and Digital Engineering
in Systems Engineering with MBSE and SysML
- Modeling and Simulation (M&S) for Systems Engineering
- Preparing for Digital Engineering Modeling and Simulation (M&S)
- Activities to Advance Digital Engineering
- Stove-piped models and data sources
- Acquisition Considerations and Digital Engineering Ecosystem
Workshop Activities: Working with UAF Models and SysML Diagrams
- Activity Diagram (act)
- Block Definition Diagram (bdd)
- Connectivity (Cn)
- Constrains (Ct)
- Information (If)
- Interaction Scenarios (Is)
- Internal Block Diagram (ibd)
- Parameters (Pm)
- Parametric Diagram (par)
- Processes (Pr)
- Requirement Diagram (req)
- Requirements (Req)
- Sequence Diagram (sd)
- State Machine Diagram (stm)
- States (St)
- Structure (Sr)
- Summary & Overview (Sm-Ov)
- Taxonomy (Tx)
MBSE and Digital Engineering Workshop