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WKSP 0696 - Applied MBSE using SysML

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This foundational workshop will introduce you to the three pillars of MBSE – methods, languages, and tools. You will learn how to create and use a system model by implementing the Object-Oriented System Engineering Method (OOSEM) to generate a descriptive model of a military system using the SysML language and the CATIA Magic Systems of Systems Architect (formerly Cameo Systems Modeler) tool. This workshop provides hands-on experience through a set of small exercises including concept refinement, definition, requirements extraction/analysis, trade study analysis, performance modeling and impact analysis. Upon completion, you will be able to interpret rudimentary models in support of programmatic decisions. You are not required to have any previous experience or exposure to MBSE or SysML prior to attending.

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Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: None

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Capt Jeffery King

Course Information

Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR

Course Length: Online 4 days, 4 hours per day / In-person 3 days

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: Acquisition and Sustainment Personnel

CL Points: 16

Prerequisites:none

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