Agility also in Systems Engineering is the best way to find the Trail in the Forrest when it comes to Engineering tomorrows Cyber Physical Systems.
We recently hoste a webinar on “Agile Modelling in Safety Critical Environments ” with a focus on MBSE and Systems Engineering!
The development of cyber-physical systems, especially in the automotive industry, is evolving. E-Mobility, automated or autonomous driving, highly networked and innovative IoT technologies are leading to ever increasing system complexity that is multiplied due to safety norms. In order to meet this challenge, model-based engineering is increasingly used in different application areas. Although the approach has been struggling with the ROI argument again and again, the benefits of MBSE are quickly becoming clear in regard of the increase in the complexity of systems, as well as through work in distributed teams across company boundaries.
Thus, Daniel Siegl from LieberLieber Software present why Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has been introduced at major European and U.S. corporations to define state-of-the-art safety critical cyber physical products. In addition, he shows which technologies, tools and capabilities are needed to successfully overcome the following challenges:
– Product Line Engineering and MBSE
– Model exchange in the supply chain
– Team Collaboration in Modeling