The Georgia Institute of Technology, in partnership with InterCAX LLC, is offering a 1-day SysML 101 course and 2.5-day SysML 201 short course combination, April 2 and 3-5. This training will occur at the GTRI San Diego Field Office on 2445 Truxtun Road, Bldg 27, Suite 201, San Diego, CA 92106.
Special Promotions: Register by Wed March 20 to receive a 10% early registration discount. INCOSE and OMG members who register by Wed March 20 can receive a 15% discount. Although the early registration date has already passed you can still contact Russel.Peak@gatech.edu for specifics on requesting the discount.
Direct links for registration including schedules, costs, and other specifics (course descriptions are referenced below):
- http://www.pe.gatech.edu/def4508/ – SysML 101 – 1-day overview course
- http://www.pe.gatech.edu/def4509/ – SysML 201 – 2.5-day hands-on course (w/ SysML 101 or equivalent as a prerequisite)- Includes exercises and team competition using the Scribbler 2 (S2) red rover:
Since Aug 2008 the Georgia Institute of Technology trained over 2045 participants in our SysML/MBE/MBSE short courses (including 36 courses for NASA and 20 courses for DoD). These short courses are ideal for working professionals who want practical hands-on experience that they can immediately apply in their work. One recent participant summed it up well: “I learned more in these 3.5 days than I had in 2 years of struggling on my own.”
Training program overview and background: http://www.pslm.gatech.edu/courses/
About SysML: “The OMG Systems Modeling Language (OMG SysML™) is a general-purpose graphical modeling language for specifying, analyzing, designing, and verifying complex systems that may include hardware, software, information, personnel, procedures, and facilities. In particular, the language provides graphical representations with a semantic foundation for modeling system requirements, behavior, structure, and parametrics, which is used to integrate with other engineering analysis models.” [www.omgsysml.org]
SysML is a key enabler for model-based engineering (MBE) in general and model-based systems engineering (MBSE) in particular. SysML has increasing usage in aerospace/defense — as well as in the commercial and government sectors — especially for complex systems that involve multiple disciplines. This includes applications as diverse as finance/banking, supply chain management, and mechatronics (e.g., as demonstrated in excavator and mobile robot case studies that also include links to traditional CAD/CAE and manufacturing models).
GTRI San Diego Field Office
2445 Truxtun Road
Bldg 27, Suite 201
San Diego, CA 92106