On demand: Model-Based Systems Engineering in the IoT Era – Is Your Company Ready?
Smart, connected products require a fundamental rethinking of design - shifting from largely mechanical engineering to true interdisciplinary systems engineering.
As more and more companies are using embedded software to make their products smarter and create a more personalized experience for their customers, they are also creating new levels of complexity that makes product development more challenging than ever before.
Companies today are plagued with growing complexity and functionality of systems and software, larger and more distributed discipline teams, increasing time pressures, quality assurance, and cost reduction demands. A strong MBSE strategy is vital to a company’s success.
This presentation will cover the fundamentals of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and its ability to address complex system challenges, encourage re-use of data, and manage smart connected product lines. The importance of a solid MBSE foundation for IoT success cannot be overstated. It is imperative to have the systems in place before beginning your IoT Journey.
PTC expert Hedley Apperly will explore the evolution of a model-based systems engineering approach, from its roots in aerospace and defense to its current popularity across industries. Attendees will learn how companies like Alstom, CIRA, and Safran are improving quality while reducing project design time and development costs. You will be given a sneak peek at the next generation of model-based systems engineering techniques and capabilities, and how you can benefit from them in a smart, connected world.
4 Key Take-Aways
- Understand MBSE’s role within smart connected product development
- Learn how to improve the design and collaboration of complex systems
- Understand how IoT success is dependent on a solid MBSE foundation
- Find out how you can model software, systems, and smart connected product lines in a single toolset