Who should attend
This course addresses the needs of systems engineering professionals in aerospace, defense, electronics, mobility, and advanced medical devices. Senior and early-career engineers, analysts, designers, and developers will examine a structured approach to requirements analysis and systems design and will learn how to improve their planning, execution, and communications skills. Project managers and support teams will explore how MBSE disciplines can enhance enterprise and mission effectiveness and will gain an understanding of how to manage scope, digital and traditional work products, risk, and teams of diverse talents.
About the course
When you are facing the challenge of optimizing design and simulation activities, you need the toolbox of relevant skills in Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). A critical capability in digital engineering, MBSE integrates iterative, comprehensive design with insights into the implications of choices, changes, and system behaviors.
Our expert-led course in MBSE combines action learning and hands-on model making using real-world cases—the skillset to hit the ground running in deployments. This program elevates your and your team’s capacity to create models that are both flexible and robust, boosting your organization-s ability to deliver value as expected.
The objective of this five-day program is to focus on the systems thinking throughout the engineering process—from gathering customer needs and requirements to systems modeling to integrated design and delivery.
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Explore MBSE in the context of model-based engineering and complex systems
- Scope and execute full lifecycle MBSE tasks
- Model structures interactions and behaviors based on requirements and constraints
- Generate appropriate systems models and effectively manage them
- Investigate internal and external interactions
- Assess trades and implications
- Evaluate, critique, and improve SysML structures and models
- Craft key representations, diagrams, and use-cases
- Build confidence in applying MBSE fundamentals to make meaningful contributions to your projects
- Plan appropriate approaches for implementation and accelerated adoption
Dr. Ron Williamson is a Principal Engineering Fellow at Raytheon, focused on model-based systems engineering and architecture for advanced C4I systems in DoD, International, FAA, and civil domains. With over 30 years of experience, he's led MBSE standards work for Unified Profile for DoDAF, MODAF...
Steve Wall is currently program manager for advanced system modeling and analysis at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), where he originated early MBSE efforts. He is responsible for creating and maintaining laboratory excellence in advanced architectures and engineering design processes for the com...
Casey Medina, CSEP, has over 13 years' experience specializing in MBSE, system development, requirements, human factors, quality, and risk management. He established MBSE disciplines in multiple organizations in aerospace and medical devices & diagnostics, and managed the implementation of Sy...
Steven Cornford, PhD, is currently a senior engineer at Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). In his 25 years of experience covering the entire mission life cycle, he spent the last decade pioneering MBSE ontologies, developing prototypes, and working as a PI with DARPA to assess complex tra...
Michael Brenner has over 22 years of experience in the aerospace industry at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, supporting space imaging systems in the advanced instruments division. He has experience in system engineering, electronics design, optical system design, flight instrument integration and ...
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