Increasing the speed, quality and predictability of Software and Systems development
Overcome the complexity of connecting requirements, design, development and deployment for an IoT-enabled, software-driven world.
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Managing Requirements: An Integrated Solution
In this session, we’ll spend our time seeing how requirements can be managed while reviewing and using the requirements in the context of their downstream users.Read More
Meeting Regulatory & Industry Standards with SAFe
Many systems in aerospace, defense, automotive, medical, banking, and other industries have an unacceptable social or economic cost of failure.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Lean-Agile principles and SAFe practices produce better systems as well as better compliance outcomes.
Intro to IBM Rational Rhapsody
This free online training course introduces viewers to developing both Systems and Software using Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Model Driven Development (MDD) techniques.
- Benefits in moving from text-based to model-based descriptions
- Modeling Requirements
- Modeling Structure
- Modeling Behavior
Client Success Stories
The Boeing Company has established an enterprise wide initiative, Integrated Product Architecture (IPA), to implement model-based systems engineering (MBSE) across the company. IPA offers programs a choice of two different MBSE implementations: SysML using IBM Rhapsody and Structured Methods using Siemens Teamcenter® software for Systems Engineering.
MBSE + SAFe
It’s only in the last few years that the Scaled Agile Framework has accommodated Systems Engineering and more specifically, Model Based Systems Engineering methodologies.
This presentation speaks of a particular way to use Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) in the context of the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe).
Methodologists have devised many workflows for building Systems Engineering models. Methodologies including Harmony aMBSE, the MBSE Consulting and Training Method, and Object Oriented Systems Engineering Method (OOSEM) do a very good job leading the Systems Engineer from a clean sheet of paper to a completed Systems Engineering model that is ready for hand-off.–But what do you do when the system already exists?Read More
One of the key aspects of describing systems using SysML is identifying and defining interfaces, both internal and external. SysML provides a multitude of ways to describe interface information. At Northrop Grumman, we’ve identified and deployed an approach that allows us to reuse the same interface information on multiple types of diagrams, thus ensuring consistency across the design.Read More