Build the necessary understanding of the risks, impacts, and opportunities the model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach brings to your environment.
A clearly formulated plan of action to produce a successful first MBSE project. The plan of action organizes around core concerns in the four key areas of MBSE.
The workshop is for architects holding a leading role in establishing SysML-based MBSE at your enterprise, and for project/program managers leading their organization into a solid first success. The workshop has consistently been requested immediately after the engineering teams have undergone their first applied SysML class.
MBSE brings new concerns and challenges that easily turn into serious breakdowns unless dealt with appropriately with expert help. Otherwise, the first SysML/MBSE project is guaranteed to be a failure. It's because the engineering and management teams cannot help but use their conventional engineering approach; it’s what they “know”.
The MBSE knowledge gap will make sure that things are done with a ‘hint of modeling’, as opposed to being model-based. This is so common we see it with every first project, and unless corrected, it will happen with every subsequent project. The real risk is the increasingly heightened cost that results from an unfulfilled knowledge gap. It’s like a rusting old pipe that is guaranteed to burst at the pressure of the water it is designed to contain and channel.
This workshop is important because it eliminates that risk. It will help you close the MBSE knowledge gap and reap the full benefits of MBSE. The return on investment of MBSE is already known and well-documented in the industry. This workshop ensures you skip the costly failures produced by the MBSE knowledge gap.
The workshop is the necessary next step for the organization that has just started with SysML and is embarking on its first MBSE project. The purpose of this workshop is to help you achieve a transition that the systems engineering industry at large has already started.
The OMG Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™) course or equivalent SysML knowledge.