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Model-Based Systems Engineering

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Communication barriers of any kind can lead to serious misunderstandings and consequences. For a supplier, communication barriers across multi-disciplined product design teams can lead to increasingly problematic—and costly—consequences the further along the design cycle a product is. What does Model-Based Systems Engineering (MSBE) bring to this scenario?

If you haven’t already heard of MSBE (or even if you want a one-stop shop to brush up on it), this classroom is designed for you. Learn the basics of MBSE and how it has begun to replace other systems engineering concepts. Move on to real-life applications of MBSE in transportation and mil-aero, then immerse yourself in digital twins, digital threads, and object-oriented systems engineering. And since we know you’ll have bumped into many acronyms along the way in all of these tutorials, we offer up a cheat-cheat of sorts.

It also makes a great bookmark.

Aimee Kalnoskas

Editor in Chief, EE World Online

Model-Based Systems Engineering Classroom sponsored by: 

MBSE • Mil-Aero • Transportation

What’s MBSE and what does it mean for designers?

What are the nuances of a good MBSE model?

How do the military and aerospace use MBSE?

How can MBSE be used in autonomous transportation?

Reviews traditional methods used in mil-aero for managing large systems engineering projects and MBSE.

Focuses on the use of MBSE with autonomous automobiles and ships.

Briefly reviews the traditional methods of systems engineering, applications, and use in MBSE.

A look at what’s expected from the model and the anticipated benefits of MBSE.

Digital Twins • Digital Threads • OOSE

What’s a digital shadow and how does it relate to a digital twin?

How does object-oriented systems engineering relate to MBSE?

How do SPDM & PLM support MBSE?

How do digital threads & digital twins fit in MBSE?

An overview of SPDM and how it supports and helps to build the digital thread in the MBSE process.

Basic OOSEM concepts and comparison of OOSEM with traditional structured analysis approaches.

Looks at how digital threads and digital twins support MBSE, benefits from integration into IoT, and more.

Compares and contrasts digital models, digital shadows, and digital twins, and where 'pre-digital-twins' fit in.

Featured Resources:

Executive Brief: Updating MBSE with SysML v2

Model Based Matters Podcast

The underlying structure for MBSE, System Modeling Language (SysML), needs a major update to enable next generation MSBE solutions. Learn why the implementation is struggling and how Siemens is committed to changing its future.

Siemens Podcast Series helps systems engineers learn about many topics surrounding the future of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) from a variety of industry and domain experts.

Webinar: Managing the Complexity of Modern Vehicle Development with Product Definition and MBSE

MBSE for Dummies, Siemens Special Edition

MBSE for Dummies, Siemens special edition, is a free guide to turn complexity into an advantage and implement a structured, robust, and agile workflow in design, development, production, and ongoing maintenance.

Today’s automakers face extreme complexities due to consumer demands and governmental regulations. Innovative vehicle definition from beginning to end is essential, so with an integrated MBSE approach, automotive teams can manage complexity and maximize productivity.

Siemens MBSE Methodology

Combinations of electrical, mechanical and software domains add complexity to products across all industries. Watch this video to see how Siemens MBSE solution enables companies to deliver today's and tomorrow's products with confidence

Testing • Language • Acronyms

What acronyms relate to MBSE?

How do SysML and model-based design relate to MBSE?

How do SDLC and MLM relate to MBSE?

How do MIL, SIL, PIL and HIL simulation and testing relate to MBSE?

Lifecycle management is an important aspect of MBSE and includes both SDLC and MLM.

Presents a basic, but far from exhaustive, review of some MBSE- and MBD-related acronyms.

Traces the development of SysML for MBSE from SysML v1.0’s roots in UML to SysML v2.0.

A look at the origin of testing and simulation activities in model based design processes for large software projects.

Siemens Digital Industries Software helps organizations of all sizes digitally transform using software, hardware and services from the Siemens Xcelerator business platform. Siemens' software and the comprehensive digital twin enable companies to optimize their design, engineering and manufacturing processes to turn today's ideas into the sustainable products of the future. From chips to entire systems, from product to process, across all industries, Siemens Digital Industries Software is where today meets tomorrow.

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