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No Magic's Cameo Systems Modeler is a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) solution in one easy-to-use package, enabling single users or an entire engineering team to create, collaborate, and manage systems requirements and designs.
Cameo Systems Modeler is based on the award-winning MagicDraw modeling platform. The solution retains all the best diagramming, teamwork, persistence and documentation capabilities while offering more customized capabilities tailored to systems engineering needs.
It's the most up-to-date and standards-compliant modeling solution in the industry. The complete SysML 1.4 standard implementation is wrapped into an intuitive user interface for a simplified modeling experience.
Quick Start With SysML-Lite
No Magic spent about a year researching and collaborating with many of the renowned élite systems engineering experts, devising a way to simplify the transition from traditional to a Model-Based Systems Engineering approach.
As a result, No Magic announces the first implementation of the SysML-Lite concept, described in A Practical Guide to SysML, 2nd Edition, by Sanford Friedenthal, Alan Moore, and Rick Steiner:
"SysML-Lite is a simplified version of the language to help people get started modeling with SysML. It includes six of the nine SysML diagrams, and a small subset of the available language features for each diagram kind. SysML-Lite provides a significant modeling capability."
Cameo Systems Modeler is preconfigured, but not limited to a SysML-Lite view. Users may easily switch to a full-featured modeling environment with full SysML 1.4 and UML 2.5 support as needed.