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Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0 helps close the loop between textual and model artifacts in model-based systems engineering.
Codebeamer's Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0 bridges the gap between textual and model artifacts in model-based systems engineering for a seamless and efficient workflow. A challenge of system-of-systems product development is managing and synchronizing textual and model-based artifacts, which have been treated as separate entities, leading to potential gaps and inconsistencies in the development process. With Codebeamer's new integration, these gaps are effectively closed for a more streamlined approach to systems engineering.
This integration allows for a bidirectional synchronization between textual requirements and model-based representations so that engineers see a holistic view of their product development. Linking textual requirements to model elements, like diagrams or blocks, lets engineers easily trace the impact of changes so that all system aspects are aligned.
Enterprise Architect Integration 2.0 can also generate model elements from textual requirements automatically, reduce manual effort, and minimize the risk of errors. The automatic generation of traceability matrices provides a clear overview of the relationships between requirements and model elements.