View WebcastDevelopment of safety-related software requires implementing rigorous processes with a strong emphasis on risk analysis and safety requirements. Model Based tools can be used to support the cost-effective and efficient development and testing of safety-related software in the context of such standards, including DO-178C (Aerospace), ISO 26262 (Automotive), IEC 61508 (Process Control), IEC 62304 (Medical), EN 50128 (Rail), IEC 60880 (Nuclear Power).
View WebcastComplexity and cycle times are overwhelming traditional, document-centric methods for defining and collaborating around system specification. Many organizations are adopting modeling to address these deficiencies and are often unaware of important, up-front decisions. This talk presents several tips, tricks, and lessons learned helping organization adopt modeling practices using Rhapsody. It discusses several topics including modeling goals, modeling organization, traceability strategies, artifact generation, and various workflows around model collaboration (modeling team, reviews, version control options, etc.
View WebcastAs systems become more complex, engineers face significant challenges understanding, validating, communicating and evolving system requirements and design decisions. This talk shows how applying modeling to the system development lifecycle can help resolve many challenges and effectively drive the entire systems lifecycle development from requirements to design to implementation to validation. The benefits demonstrated include more effective communication of system behavior, earlier validation of system behavior (prior to hardware and code being available), tracing between system requirements, design elements and tests, and finally, effectively managing the system’s evolving requirements and design.
View WebcastThe presentation will include the key concepts that make SysML effective in modeling systems, examples from actual large scale SysML models, suggestions on conducting trade studies and evaluating options with SysML, and tips on how to structure SysML models to support very large systems-of-systems architectures.