June 7, 2019

INCOSE Tutorial on Model Based Systems Engineering and SysML using NoMagic – Virtual Attendance

Saturday June 15, 2019 8:00 AM

GREAT NEWS!!!  You asked for more information on Model Based Systems Engineering and SysML. We heard you loud and clear!  Please join us for this insightful presentation and workshop!

The SysML slide deck is available HERE, and on www.sdincose.org.

Thank you, and please feel free to email us with any questions at info@sdincose.org

Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019

Schedule: 8am-8:50am: on-site registration, lite breakfast and networking – 9am to 4pm presentation, with 45 minutes for lunch (12 – 12:45pm).

Address: BIOVIA, Inc. 5005 Wateridge Vista Drive, San Diego, CA 92121 (Free Parking)

Virtual Attendance Cost (morning session only): $17.50 INCOSE member – $25 non-INCOSE member – $15 Student

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NOTE: Please refrain from asking during the presentation. You may also type your questions into the Skype panels and we will cover those during the breaks as well.

Abstract:  We have all heard of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and SysML. It is now time to find out more!

Please join us for a half day tutorial on MBSE and SysML, with hands-on exercises with No Magic’s Cameo Systems Modeler. Prior experience with SysML or Cameo Systems Modeler is not required.

The INCOSE SE Vision 2020 defines model-based systems engineering (MBSE) as the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. These models provide an efficient way to explore, update, verify, and communicate system aspects to stakeholders, while significantly reducing or eliminating dependence on traditional documents.

During this half day session, the presenters will provide a brief overview of MBSE and the Systems Modeling Language (SysML), a general-purpose graphical modeling language for specifying, analyzing, designing, and verifying complex systems that may include hardware, software, information, personnel, procedures, and facilities.

Please click HERE to view Rick Hefner and Jason Wilson’s presentation.


Rick Hefner, PhD, specializes in systems development and maintenance; project management; Lean Six Sigma; process improvement, and risk management.  His has worked for over 40 years with companies in the aerospace, communications, electronics, and health sciences industries, including AeroVironment, Applied Physics Laboratory, Applied Materials, Ares Management, Boeing, DRS Technologies, Halliburton, Herbalife, Honeywell, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, John Deere, L-3 WESCAM, Maytag, Motorola, Northrop Grumman, Pacific Bell, Raytheon, Schlumberger, Southern California Edison, St. Jude Medical, Toshiba, TRW, U.S. Navy, and Xerox.

Dr. Hefner currently serves as Program Director for the Caltech Center for Technology and Management Education, where he designs and delivers education solutions for technology-driven companies.

Jason Wilson is currently the Senior Sales Director for North America and a Solution Architect, responsible for new customer development, partnerships, sales, and client solutions. Jason has been with No Magic going on ten years and has had various roles, from Product Management, Business development and even a Project Manager.

Jason is part of and contributes to the OMG (Object Management Group), IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis, Dallas), ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education) and INCOSE  (International Council on Systems Engineering) and is proud to be a Toastmaster. Jason resides in McKinney, Texas with his wife, their two children. When not working, Jason enjoys the outdoors, sports and time with family.


The SysML slide deck is available HERE, and on www.sdincose.org.

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