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Webinar 6 2016 - Integrating Safety and Reliability Analysis into MBSE Toolkit

Tuesday, 27 September 2016
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 4:00 PM CEST
Description
Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is gaining popularity in organizations creating complex systems where it is crucial to collaborate in a multi-disciplinary environment. SysML, being one of the key MBSE components, has a good foundation for capturing requirements, architecture, constraints, views and viewpoints. It allows linking different types of models that come from different engineering disciplines. However, inherent safety and reliability aspects of the systems are not addressed by the SysML language.
 
In this webinar, Andrius Armonas explains the value users get from taking model-based approach to safety and reliability analysis and integrating it into MBSE toolkit. He also shares experience of No Magic, Inc. in building and applying model-based safety and reliability analysis in practice.
The session demonstrates
  • Overview of No Magic efforts on integrating safety and reliability analysis into its MBSE toolkit
  • Model-based reliability analysis using FMEA
  • Model-based safety analysis
  • Linking designs to reliability analysis, reliability analysis to safety analysis, and safety analysis to designs
  • Automated document generation from safety and reliability analysis models

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Dr. Andrius Armonas, MagicDraw and Cameo Collaborator Product Manager at No Magic Europe
Webinar 6 2016 - Integrating Safety and Reliability Analysis into MBSE Toolkit
Andrius is the MagicDraw Product Manager and Cameo Collaborator Product Manager, with more than ten years of experience in software development. As a Product Manager, he is responsible for setting directions for the products, forming their vision and roadmaps, selecting capabilities for each new version of MagicDraw and Cameo Collaborator.
He also works with major customers and ensures that the internal development team knows and understands the strategic directions and customer demands. His responsibilities also include understanding the market and the competitive environment.
Andrius has conducted numerous trainings in Europe. He holds a PhD in Informatics Engineering from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania).

MBSE Ecosystem: System and Analytical Models Integration for Critical Systems Simulation

Partner-led By: Phoenix Integration
Thursday, 08 September 2016
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description

Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key practice to advance systems engineering that can benefit CubeSat missions. MBSE creates a system model that helps integrate other discipline specific engineering models and simulations. The system level model is initiated at the start of a project and evolves throughout development. It provides a cohesive and consistent source of system requirements, design, analysis, and verification. This webinar demonstrates an integrated, executable MBSE representation of the Radio Aurora Explorer (RAX) CubeSat mission.

This webinar will demonstrate Integration between ModelCenter®, Cameo Enterprise Modeler®, and STK® to integrate system and analytical models.

The session demonstrates
  • How the integrated analyses is linked to the SysML model using MBSE Analyzer, a bridge between SysML tools and ModelCenter.
  • How Behavioral models are executed for a representative RAX mission to study energy state and data collection capabilities.
  • The power, scalability, and utility of MBSE ecosystem that is available to help meet the challenge of designing spacecraft missions of ever-increasing complexity.
  • Data interchange between SysML system models, analytical models developed in MATLAB®, and a high fidelity space system simulation model created in AGI’s Systems Toolkit (STK)
The session is hosted by Dr. Andy Ko, Manager of Engineering Services at PHOENIX INTEGRATION
MBSE Ecosystem: System and Analytical Models Integration for Critical Systems Simulation

Andy's duties include research project management, application engineering, proposal writing and sales support. He also is involved with new product development and customer consulting projects.

Engineering Services Manager
Phoenix Integration
February 2015 – Present (1 year 7 months) Blacksburg, VA

Senior Applications Engineer
Phoenix Integration
July 2012 – Present (4 years 2 months) Blacksburg, VA

 

Webinar 5 2016 - Visual Model Analysis

Wednesday, 15 June 2016
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description
A modeling culture is the combination of modeling, model usage and model governance that together provide a productive way for applying model-driven development in the context of a particular organization. When we talk about model usage, we talk about impact analysis, coverage analysis, trade studies, behavioral simulations, testing, code generation, etc. Any example of model usage is barely possible without performing visual model analysis.
The session demonstrates
  • Coverage analysis using dependency matrices
  • Impact analysis using dynamic relation maps
  • Model queries
  • Generic tables
  • Model metrics
  • Suspect links

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Dr. Aurelijus Morkevicius, Head of Solutions Department at No Magic Europe
Webinar 5 2016 - Visual Model Analysis

Aurelijus is OMG Certified UML, Systems Modeling and BPM professional. He has 10 years of experience in Software and Systems Engineering. He has been with No Magic, Inc. since 2008. He started as a System Analyst for Defense Architecture solutions such as UPDM plugin for MagicDraw. In 2009 he moved to a Product Manager position for the Cameo Enterprise Architecture product. By making it one of the most successful products on the market, he decided to work more on the customer side and moved to a senior solution architect for model-based systems engineering (mostly based on SysML, UML) and defense architectures (DoDAF, MODAF, NAF) position. Currently he is a head of solutions department. Aurelijus is working with companies such as General Electric, Bombardier, Square Kilometre Array, Kongsberg Defense and Airspace, BAE Systems, Deutsche Bahn, European Spallation Source, John Deere, BMW, etc. He also participates actively in various modeling standards creation activities. He is a co-chair and one of the leading architects for the current OMG UPDM (UAF) standard development group. He is also actively involved in educational activities. He teaches Enterprise Architecture course in Kaunas University of Technology. He has gained PhD in Informatics Engineering at the same university in 2013.

Webinar in French - Communiquer la Bonne Specification: Mon Modele est il Bon?

Partner-led By: Olivier Casse Consulting
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
03:00 PM BST, 9:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description

Il y a deux cotés pour la communication en MBSE: celui où l’on construit les modèles et celui où on les lit.

Comment pouvons-nous nous assurer que nos modèles signifient bien ce que nous voulons décrire ?

La vérification de modèle est une solution, cela aidera à valider que toute la partie statique (cohérence, définitions, relations, types, etc.) est correcte, mais quid de la partie dynamique ?

Et bien, la manière la plus efficace de vérifier le comportement des diagrammes d’activité et de machine d’états est de les animer, en rendant le modèle exécutable et en lançant une simulation.

In English

There are two sides for communication as far as MBSE is concerned: people building models and people reading them.
How can we insure our model really mean what we want to describe?
Model checking is one solution, this will help to validate all the static part (consistency, definitions, relationships, types, etc.) is correct, but what about the dynamic part?
Well, the most efficient way to check behaviour for Activity and State Machine diagrams is to animate them, by making an executable model and running simulation.

 

The session demonstrates
  • Pourquoi les ingénieurs n’ont pas à gérer les détails de codage dans leur modèle SysML.
  • Comment utiliser Cameo System Model dans ce but par un exemple simple mais réaliste.
  • La fonctionnalité unique de NoMagic consistant à interpréter le comportement du modèle, contrairement à la plupart des outils générant du code et le compilant pour la simulation.
 In English
  • Why System engineers don’t need to deal with coding details in their System Model.
  • How Cameo System Model can be used for that purpose on a simple but realistic example.
  • NoMagic unique feature which consists of interpreting model behaviour (instead of generating code, compiling etc that most other tools do for getting simulation running)
The session is hosted by Olivier Casse, Independent Consultant and Representative of SysML France Association.
Webinar in French - Communiquer la Bonne Specification: Mon Modele est il Bon?
Cette session sera animée par Olivier CASSE, consultant indépendant et représentant de l'association SysML France.

Olivier Casse maitrise la pratique de l'Ingénierie Système notamment la gestion des exigences, la spécification par la modélisation et leur traçabilité.

Il a travaillé pour de nombreux éditeurs internationaux d’outils de modélisation et est devenu ainsi expert depuis plus de 25 ans en outils pour le développement de logiciels embarqués: modélisation, simulation, génération de code, etc.

Il anime régulièrement des formations, des prestations de conseil et est un conférencier occasionnel.

In English

Olivier Casse in an independent consultant and representative of the association SysML France. He has mastered the practice of systems engineering including requirements management, specification, and traceability.

He has worked for many international publishers and modeling tools for over 25 years to become an expert in tools for embedded software development: modeling, simulation, code generation, etc.

He regularly conducts training, consulting and is an occasional lecturer.

Webinar 4 2016 - Tips and Tricks for Smarter Modeling

Tuesday, 17 May 2016
03:00 PM BST, 9:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description
Every tool used by the engineer or architect should make his/her life easier. It's great when a tool enables us to do our job well and quickly. But do we really know the easiest paths, shortest ways, and quickest steps to achieve our results? MagicDraw team is working hard to provide solutions for better modeling experience, and new versions are released every half a year.
Within this session, we want to bring you to the next and smarter level of modeling with No Magic tools.
The session demonstrates
This session demonstrates favorite smart modeling tips and tricks collected during workshops and training sessions for our clients.
 
The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.
The session is hosted by Darius Petrauskas, Solution Architect at No Magic, Inc.
Webinar 4 2016 - Tips and Tricks for Smarter Modeling

Darius is a solution architect, focusing on Software Engineering, Enterprise Architecture and BPM. Although Darius joined No Magic recently, he already had a few domestic training sessions and proved himself as a reliable trainer and co-worker. Before No Magic, Darius worked in the field of ultrasonics, participating in the entire hardware and software development lifecycles, especially focusing of firmware development. A huge part of his personal time was dedicated to R&D and writing scientific publications. Darius holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Design at Kaunas University of Technology. He is currently a recurring guest lecturer in BPM course at the same university.