Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) is a megatrend in modern software and systems engineering – the key element in larger engineering transformation initiatives. Model-based, not document-based, MBSE clarifies understanding and has been empirically proven to significantly accelerate development projects.
This 3-day course provides a solid grounding in MBSE project processes and how to build robust models using SysML notation and diagrams. Attendees will receive a solid grounding in MBSE and SysML with the understanding and confidence to participate and be successful as modern-day system engineers.
This course helps prepare for the OCSMP and APMG Certifications.
Model Based System Engineering Delivery Methods
Important Engineering with SysML course information:
In this course, you will learn how to:
Explain the six goals of Model Based System Engineering
Transition through the four pillars of MBSE from Requirements to Structure to Behavior to Parametrics
Create and relate all 9 SysML diagrams with an understanding of the underlying model
Structure the model for testing, validation and requirements satisfaction
Leverage continued support with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching and computing sandbox
Certification Exam Information:
The passing score is 28/40 (70%)
Model Based System Engineering Instructor-Led Training Outline
Module 1: System Engineering Transformation
What is System Engineering Transformation?
INCOSE Definition of MBSE
An Architectural Approach
Activity: Discussion of modeling needs
Module 2: Modeling Process and SysML Overview
Module 3: Modeling Functional Requirements
Module 4: The Structural Model
Module 5: Second Requirements Iteration
Module 6: The Behavioral Model
Module 7: Parametrics and Simulation
Module 9: Course Summary