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Webinar in French - Choisir une démarche MBSE: Quelques pistes de bonnes pratiques en Ingénierie Système

Partner-led By: PRFC, membres de l'association SysML France (SysML France Association members)
Monday, 21 March 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM CDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CET
Description
Aujourd'hui, l'ingénierie dirigée par les modèles, ou Model Based System Engineering (MBSE), est pleinement supportée par la notation SysML (Systems Modeling Language).

Cependant SysML est ni un cadre d'architecture, ni une méthode. Cela ouvre des discussions sur la façon de structurer le modèle, quels diagrammes construire, quels artefacts sont à livrer et dans quel ordre. Chaque entreprise gère cette problématique différemment. Il est primordial de conserver la capacité à échanger, la capacité de communiquer avec d'autres équipes, tout en minimisant les frais généraux de personnalisation des outils et en optimisant le besoin en formations spécifiques. En outre, les modèles peuvent devenir difficiles à intégrer et à réutiliser.

Dans cette session, nous analyserons de manière pragmatique quelques bonnes pratiques puis les visualiserons par des exemples dans l'outil Cameo Systems Modeler.

In English

Nowadays MBSE is enabled by Systems Modeling Language (SysML). However SysML is neither an architecture framework nor a method. This opens discussions of how to structure the model, what views to build, which artifacts to deliver and in what sequence. Every company deals with this issue differently. Organizations not complying with the standardized approach end up having differently structured models with different set of views. It results in the loss of capability to inter-exchange, loss of capability to communicate with other teams, overhead in tool customization, and specific trainings need. Moreover, the models become impossible to integrate and reuse.
In this session, we will analyze certain good practices and demonstrate them by examples in the Cameo Systems Modeler tool.

The session demonstrates
  • Les pièges les plus couramment rencontrés en MBSE : comment les éviter ?
  • Rappel des principaux concepts et diagrammes SysML
  • Démonstration des liens entre éléments du modèle dans les différents points de vue
  • Visualisation d’une étude de cas de modélisation simple mais cohérente
 In English
  • Introduces MBSE pitfalls and explains how to avoid them
  • Explains major SysML concepts and diagrams
  • Shows how to trace model elements in different views
  • Shows a consistent modeling case study

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

The session is hosted by Olivier Casse, Independent Consultant and Representative of SysML France Association.
Webinar in French - Choisir une démarche MBSE: Quelques pistes de bonnes pratiques en Ingénierie Système
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 2 2016 - Fundamentals of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

Thursday, 17 March 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 10:00 AM CDT, 11:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CET
Description
The topic addresses fundamental concepts of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) in practice. It covers language, method, and modeling tool of MBSE, mainly focusing on the last one.
The session demonstrates
  • UI of the modeling tool
  • Creation of a new project and presentation artifacts (diagram, table, matrix, and element)
  • Difference between symbol and element
  • Difference between element containment and composition
  • Creation of relationships between elements
  • Navigation in the model
  • Difference between element definition and usage
  • Difference between element type and instance specification

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 Aiste Aleksandraviciene, Solution Architect at No Magic, Inc.
Webinar 2 2016 - Fundamentals of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
Aiste has been with No Magic, Inc. since 2010. Currently she is a Solution Architect and takes responsibility for organizing webinars, producing and maintaining training material as well as educating No Magic clients on modeling languages, methods, and tools via customer support, social networks, etc. Her expertise area is model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with special focus on managing system requirements. Also, Aiste actively collaborates with her colleagues in writing papers to promote the MBSE culture in systems engineering.
Before joining the Solution Architects team, Aiste worked as the Documentation Manager and has over 5 years of practice as a technical writer. While producing technical documentation of No Magic products, she gained a lot of experience of modeling with UML, SysML, UPDM, etc., working in collaborative environment (Teamwork Server, CEDW), publishing and reviewing models on the web (Web Portals, Cameo Collaborator). She has initiated the migration from printable documentation formats to the online wiki and is a founder of http://docs.nomagic.com.

How to Build Custom Model Interchange Solutions with Cameo Workbench

Partner-led By: Sodius
Thursday, 10 March 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 09:00 AM CST, 10:00 AM EST, 04:00 PM CET
Description

Cameo Workbench is an open environment optimized for getting more out of your models. With Cameo Workbench, you can create customized exchanges between models, consistency checkers across designs, or specific code, XML, or text file generators.

The session demonstrates
  • How to navigate in models to determine the structure of the information to generate/transform.
  • How to generate code based on an input model using a text template.
  • Cameo Inter-Op/Workbench, an open environment : Customer experience with ACORD.

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 Valéry Rault-Vigoureux, Product Manager at Sodius
How to Build Custom Model Interchange Solutions with Cameo Workbench

Valéry Rault-Vigoureux is a Product Manager at Sodius, with more than twelve years of experience in software development.

As a Product Manager, she is responsible for the Cameo Inter-Op and Cameo Workbench products since 2011.

Valéry has a large experience in Model Driven Engineering, working on model transformation, model migration, custom code generation and automated document production from models.

She also participates in large projects for government defense agencies, focused primarily on defense architecture (DoDAF, NAF) exchange and conversion.

Webinar 1 2016 - Moving from Documents to Models

Tuesday, 23 February 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 09:00 AM CST, 10:00 AM EST, 04:00 PM CET
Description

Many organizations recognize the value of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) as in the past they experienced a lot of pain in trying to engineer complex systems using documents, spreadsheets, and isolated diagrams. International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) promote MBSE as the modern approach to Systems Engineering (SE) and they envision that MBSE will become a common practice and a synonym of SE by 2020. While organizations understand potential benefits of MBSE, they struggle in changing their engineering practices from document-based to model-based and establishing a strong modeling culture.

In this webinar, we will suggest an evolutionary process for adopting MBSE, which allows quick wins and minimizes risks. Furthermore, we will share some important lessons learned in supporting organizations on their journey to adopting MBSE, identify common pitfalls to be avoided, and provide recommendations for solving specific challenges such as establishing modeling framework, educating system engineers on modeling languages, methods, and tools, importing data from documents to models, using models to produce document artifacts for specific stakeholders, managing model quality, integrating modeling tool(s) into the overall chain of engineering tools, using models as organizational knowledge base and promoting collaborative approach to model creation, usage, and governance.

The session content is based on working experience of adopting MBSE in many global organizations representing different industries – automotive, aerospace, space, transportation, defense, medical devices, mobile devices, telecommunications and others. Be sure that you will get some new ideas and inspirations for your journey from documents to models!

The session demonstrates
  • Typical engineering practices (V models with documents, regulations, standards)
  • MBSE as promoted by INCOSE
  • MBSE infrastructure: language, approach, and tool
  • Common pitfalls to avoid
  • Evolutionary approach to adopting MBSE
  • Solving specific challenges
  • Recommendations for getting started

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. Darius Silingas, Senior Solution Architect at No Magic, Inc.
Webinar 1 2016 - Moving from Documents to Models

Dr. Darius Silingas has been with No Magic since 1998. During 18 years at No Magic, he played various roles (Developer, Systems Analyst, Project Manager, Head of Department, Solutions Architect) and was involved in multiple international projects. Recently, he was nominated for a role of Senior Solution Architect, which is responsible for supporting strategic No Magic clients by helping them to adopt model-based systems engineering practices using MagicDraw/Cameo Systems Modeler product line.

Darius is an outstanding expert in model-based systems engineering (MBSE). He provided consulting, training, and custom development services for 100+ organizations in 24 countries including GE, Siemens, Ford, BMW, SAAB, eBay, Yahoo!, JPMorgan Chase, Nokia, Nokia Networks, Abbott, Hospira, Kongsberg and many other famous organizations. He regularly writes papers, runs webinars and presents at conferences about best practices of model-based engineering, innovating R&D processes by introducing model-based engineering practices, and establishing model-based engineering culture in large organizations. Darius has Ph.D. in Informatics and is OMG Certified Systems Modeler, UML Professional, and Expert in Business Process Management.

MBSE/PLE Webinar : Product Line Engineering Meets MBSE — the Best of Both Worlds

Partner-led By: BigLever Software, Inc.
Thursday, 28 January 2016
9:00AM CST
Description

Product Line Engineering (PLE) has emerged as a game-changing engineering paradigm for enabling significant gains in competitive advantage through the reduction of complexity, efficient management of variation, and automation of production across an entire product line portfolio. BigLever Software’s new generation PLE tools and methods enable a unified featured-based approach across the full lifecycle from portfolio planning, to systems and software engineering, product definition, manufacturing, sales, and service. By providing a “single source of feature truth”, PLE enables a holistic view into the feature variations for a product family — eliminating the need for different variant management mechanisms in multiple tools, facilitating better interoperability across teams, and improving cross-functional alignment between engineering and operational roles.

No Magic and BigLever have joined forces to bring MagicDraw into the PLE Ecosystem, and support the integration of featured-based PLE and MBSE with the No Magic MagicDraw/BigLever Software Gears Bridge™. This webinar will explore the engineering and business impact, and key benefits, of combining PLE’s innovative featured-based variation management capabilities with the powerful visualization, analysis, verification, and validation capabilities of MBSE.

Participants will gain insight into:

  • How integrated MBSE and PLE enables improved communication and collaboration; greater production efficiency, increased product quality, and risk reduction.
  • The ability of MagicDraw to operate seamlessly, efficiently, and effectively as part of the unified PLE lifecycle toolsets used by a growing number of systems engineering organizations.
  • How to use Gears PLE concepts and constructs as first-class systems engineering mechanisms for managing product line diversity in MagicDraw models, as a highly scalable alternative to traditional clone-and-own approaches.
The session is hosted by Charles Krueger, PhD, CEO at BigLever Software
MBSE/PLE Webinar : Product Line Engineering Meets MBSE — the Best of Both Worlds

Dr. Charles Krueger is the founder and CEO of BigLever Software, the leading provider of systems and software product line engineering (PLE) solutions. Dr. Krueger is an acknowledged thought leader in the PLE field, with more than 25 years of experience in software engineering practice and more than 60 articles, columns, book chapters, conference keynotes and session presentations. Through active involvement in key industry events and organizations, he brings innovative PLE concepts, new generation methodologies and success stories to the forefront of the systems and software engineering community. Dr. Krueger has proven expertise in leading commercial product line development teams, and helping companies establish some of the industry’s most notable PLE practices across a spectrum of industries including automotive, aerospace and defense, aviation systems, alternative energy, e-commerce, and computer systems. He received his PhD in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.