When, Why, and How to Adopt Model-Based Systems Engineering
Technology Products Are Becoming Increasingly Complex
Model-based systems engineering simplifies the development and management of complex technology products by providing a comprehensive framework and tools.
Embracing model-based systems engineering can lead to more efficient and effective product innovation and delivery.
Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a modern solution for increasingly complex technology challenges to help manage various aspects of product innovation and delivery. MBSE is a formalized approach utilizing modeling to support the entire product delivery lifecycle, with a structured framework for the integration and coordination of different disciplines in the development process.
MBSE can capture and communicate complex system requirements. Requirements captured in models with MBSE can be visualized and easily understood by all stakeholders. This not only improves communication but also helps to ensure that the final product meets desired specifications. Teams can simulate and analyze performance to identify potential issues with models representing different system components and interactions.
MBSE also helps to manage the complexity of digital products. As products become more interconnected and reliant on software, MBSE provides a holistic view of the entire system, including hardware and software interactions for better understanding and management of complexities, resulting in more efficient and effective product development.
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