IBM Rational Rhapsody
The IBM® Rational® Rhapsody® family of products offers a proven solution for modeling and design activities that allows you to manage the complexity many organizations face with product and systems development. It provides a collaborative design, development and test environment for systems engineers and software engineers that supports UML, SysML and AUTOSAR. The solution also allows for control of defense frameworks (DoDAF, MODAF and UPDM) and complies with standards such as DO-178, ISO 26262.
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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
How to Review Workflows in Rhapsody
Reviews are a key aspect to improving product design and development. Not only do reviews provide an opportunity to find errors, omissions, risks and opportunities early and often in the product lifecycle, but they also enable increased understanding and communication amongst the development team.
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How to Introduce MBSE to an Existing Project
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? Learn more…Read More
Client Success Stories
One of the company’s primary goals was to quickly and cost-effectively deliver vehicle features that meet unique marketplace demands. To achieve this, Jaguar Land Rover uses a suite of connected engineering solutions for requirements management and modeling.
This video shows one way for improving the hand-off of specifications from Systems to Software Engineers while still meeting both the intent and the letter of existing contracts. Read more…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… Read more…Read More