Category - Systems Engineering
7 Sep, 2018
Date7 Sep, 2018
Is your strategy appropriate to stay ahead in business and bring products and innovation faster to market? Can you manage the increasing product complexity and ensure that the systems meet all functional and nonfunctional requirements? Are you coping with questions about product line or reuse-oriented development? Do you select the right tools and processes, given the rapidly changing technologies? Are you aware of the necessity to design systems as a whole, and to integrate electrical, mechanical and software components as well as human aspects?
As we all know, systems and – accordingly – Systems Engineering are becoming ever more complex, thus confronting CTOs and System Engineers with manifold challenges. For such reasons, modeling has become a fundamental part of engineering. Models are essential for understanding the structure and behavior of complex systems. Modeling helps in simulation and early validation. It is an effective way to manage the complexity of system and software development, enabling communication, design and assessment of requirements, architectures, systems and software.
Model Driven Systems Engineering (MDSE) leverages graphical models and pre-built application components so that users not only can visually construct but also virtually interact with the system and test their complex systems through executable graphical models. As such, the models not only contribute to a better understanding of structure and behaviour, but also help understand the system more clearly earlier on in the development phase.
Are you looking for an effective approach to improve your Systems Engineering in a structured way? Then you should get familiar with EVOCEAN’s Systems Development Taxonomy. We have established this classification based on many different domains, projects and customers. It determines seven practice stages and helps in laying out a path for the incremental adoption of MDSE within your organisation.
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