MBSE 2.0: A Modern Approach for Constructing System Architecture Models

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Presented by: Chris Swickline


A core challenge in modern systems engineering is in applying digital engineering (DE) to programs in support of systems engineering activities. Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) focuses on the formal application of models to support the systems engineering process but is often difficult to apply in practice due to a lack of a well-defined methodology. While MBSE has grown to be a common systems engineering practice, encouraged by the International Council on Systems Engineering and the U.S. Department of Defense, practitioners commonly struggle in moving away from a “diagrammatic” approach to one that emphasizes constructing and querying a data-centric model.

This webinar presentation will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction of an openly available MBSE methodology concentrating on a development process for system architecture models
  • Style guide defining how the process steps are executed
  • Validation suite which serves as a tool to help prosecute development
  • Highlight of more advanced DE/MBSE topics enabled by the MBSE best practices previously presented for creating high-quality system architecture models
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