John Dill on Model Driven Development with SysML to Support Effective System Engineering
Abstract: As systems become more complex the need to improve communication is critical to developing successful systems and products.
The SysML standard provides systems engineers and architects a way to collaborate using a common language.
As a standard modeling language for systems engineering, SysML will:
- Facilitate improved communications across development teams
- Enhance the ability to manage ever-growing system complexity
- Enable an integrated coherent representation of product design
- Address product requirements, architecture, behavior, communication and performance
Course learning topics:
- Explore SysML, its diagrams and semantics
- Gain an understanding of the market leading Telelogic Rhapsody modeling tool through hand-on exercises.
- Develop a model that integrates requirements and design through execution
- Verify and validate requirements and design
About the Presenter: John has been associated with technology for 30+ years. Currently he is working with embedded air and ground training systems for the warfighter at Cubic. He is currently Vice President of Technical Development for the San Diego chapter of INCOSE.
Cost: $80 (donuts, coffee, and lunch will be provided)
Location: Room 116, UCSD Extension – Sorrento Mesa Center, 6925 Lusk Blvd., San Diego CA 92121