What is MBSE and how does it impact systems engineering processes?
Designing and engineering today’s smart, hyper-connected products requires a collaborative, agile approach to managing complexity across the product lifecycle. Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) gets your processes IoT-ready. Instead of exchanging documents, engineers create and use sophisticated domain models and simulation.
In industries such as automotive, aerospace and defense, and electronics, industry leaders are using model-based systems engineering practices and cloud-based solutions to optimize their system design.
Employ advanced modeling to ensure quality with digital twin
Use innovative tools to create digital twins that bridge the gap between physical and digital. Develop a deeper understanding of the impact of design across all systems and throughout the product lifecycle.
Reduce defects through advanced testing, automate documentation for compliance, and speed development by creating portable, reusable components. See how CMC Electronics used model-based design to launch products faster.
Bring advanced analytics to product design and engineering in the age of the Internet of Things. 89 percent of executives see the innovation potential of the Industrial IoT and many are turning to digital twin to address the increased complexity of systems engineering.
Fagor Industrial accelerates time to market by 30 percent
Rapid prototyping enabled Fagor Industrial to beat the competition and gain first mover advantage. Hardware components were developed 25 percent faster than expected and service issues associated with a new product launch were virtually eliminated.