Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key enabler for successful systems development. You learn and experience the methodological foundations of MBSE in a compact, hands-on training. You will learn first-hand information and valuable tips for the practical application of MBSE. From the system idea and the requirements and system analysis to system architecture, we show you the system modeling methodology SYSMOD with the standard OMG Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML).
You will experience the content immediately in a practical case study, which you put together with the other participants during the training.
We cover the following methodical steps:
- model the system context
- identify system use cases
- model use case activities
- create a domain knowledge model
- model logical system architecture.
and the SysML diagrams and related elements:
- requirements diagram
- use case diagram
- activity diagram
- block definition diagram
- internal block diagram
Optional topics of the course include:
- Variant modeling
- Functional architectures and the FAS method
- SysML diagrams: parametric, state machine, sequence
We will cover the optional topics depending on the interests of the participants and the time left.
- Introduction to MBSE and SysML
- System Idea, System Objectives, and Base Architecture
- Model-Based Requirements Engineering with SysML
- Use Case Modeling
- Behavior modeling with activity diagrams
- Architectures Kinds (physical, logical, product, base, and functional)
- Block diagrams to model architectures
- Interface modeling with SysML ports
- SysML profiling and stereotypes
- variant modeling
- functional architectures, FAS method
- parametric diagrams
- state machine diagrams
- sequence diagrams
This training is aimed at systems engineers and system architects. The trainer can target this seminar directly at different target groups to appeal to both beginners and experienced developers. As standard, the training documents therefore contain a sequence of optional introductory or more detailed components.