How to build complex systems using SysML
Building complex systems using SysML
From designing chips to building new airplanes, designers and developers across diverse industries like avionics, signal and image processing, and communications are challenged by rising product complexity. Combined with intense market pressures and compliance to industry standards this increased complexity presents a major challenge to designers of electronic devices. To stay competitive, tight coordination between hardware and software engineers is critical to optimize product quality. This is especially true when controlling costs and meeting tight timelines.
SysML is a general purpose modeling language for systems engineering applications that supports the specification, analysis, design, verification and validation of a broad range of systems and systems-of-systems. SysML, is a well established and powerful language to specify complex systems. Both clarity and execution semantics contribute to the success of a model-based design methodology. SysML now spans into the hardware domain providing the needed link between the systems engineering discussion on the key elements of development, exploring how the use of shared processes between hardware and software disciplines enable teams to develop products faster.
Please join me Thursday, August 25, 2011 at 2:00 PM ET for a webcast where I will demonstrate how you can significantly reduce development and warranty costs, increase standard parts reuse, improving quality and efficiency.
About the author
Ricardo M. Camacho has over 25 years of experience working in the Systems & Software engineering industry. For the past 2.5 years Ricardo has excelled in the role of a Client Technical Specialist at IBM Rational by helping accelerate revenue, identifying new sales opportunities and presenting to clients solutions that encompasses products such as DOORS, Requisite Pro, System Architect, Rhapsody, Rose Technical Developer, Team Concert, RAD, RSA and more. He continues to delivers training and short term consulting to keep his technical skills razor sharp.