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Intro

In this course we will introduce the modern approach to Systems Engineering known as Model-based Systems Engineering, or MBSE . The awareness and use of Model-based Systems Engineering is essential learning for any modern-day Systems Engineer. A  Model-based Systems Engineering approach provides a set of effective tools and techniques that will enable the realization of successful Systems whilst managing the complexity of today’s connected System, and allowing all relevant aspects of the System to be understood is as simple a manner as possible. This will also enable all information concerning the System to be communicated to the appropriate stakeholders.

PRACTICAL INFO

  • If on-site training is not feasible, we will transition to a live, interactive online (virtual) or hybrid format. If this transition is necessary, we will contact you in advance for your approval.
  • The training is also available for in-company sessions.

Objective

On this course you will learn to:

  • improve systems engineering through use of MBSE;
  • achieve improved communication, enhanced understanding and how to minimise complexity through use of modelling;
  • demonstrate benefits of MBSE and their associated value to stakeholders within the business;
  • how to begin to implement MBSE into a business.

Intended for

Systems Engineers, Systems managers

Course schedule
11-10-2022
09:00 - 17:00
12-10-2022
09:00 - 17:00
13-10-2022
09:00 - 17:00
Location Eindhoven
Duration 3 consecutive days
Trainers Prof. Jon Holt
Course leader Prof. Jon Holt
Price per participant € 1,980 excl. VAT *
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Program

Day 1:

  • An introduction to MBSE: Here, the key concepts associated with MBSE will be introduced and discussed and collected together using ‘MBSE in a slide’. The key topics of complexity, communication and understanding – the main drivers behind Systems Engineering – will be discussed and the relevance to MBSE;
  • The evolution of MBSE: Here, the transition from a document-based approach to a model-based approach to Systems Engineering will be discussed;
  • Modelling with MBSE: In this section, the fundamentals of modelling for MBSE will be described, including: structural modelling, behavioural modelling, consistency, levels of abstraction and identifying complexity.


Day 2:

  • Modelling Views and the Ontology. This section will use examples of modelling to illustrate how the Ontology, which forms the cornerstone of MBSE, is used to enforce consistency across the entire model;
  • Modelling structures and interfaces. The Ontology will be expanded to include the modelling of structural hierarchies, configurations and interfaces at different levels;
  • Frameworks. All of the examples and exercises that have been conducted so far will come together into the framework, which forms a blueprint for the model.


Day 3:

  • Need modelling. This section will discuss how to model stakeholder needs at various levels, such as capabilities, goals and, forming the main focus, requirements modelling. A number of key views will be introduced that will show how to capture, document and analyse source requirements using modelling techniques such as: use cases, need description, stakeholders, contexts and validation scenarios;
  • Implementing MBSE. This section will introduce an approach to introduce business change by implementing MBSE into an organisation or project;
  • Benefits of MBSE. This final section will complete the course by discussing the benefits of MBSE and how to sell MBSE into your organisation.
Methods

MBSE, including the use of SysML for modelling.

Certification

Participants will receive a High Tech Institute course certificate for attending this training. In addition this course is recognised under the INCOSE UK Endorsed Training Provider Scheme and, as such, is recognised for PDU for Professional Certification and CPD points for Professional Registration

* Prices are subject to change. Price correction will be applied at the end of the year.