Model Lifecycle Management
Today there is increasing recognition of the potential MBSE brings to system life cycle processes with the increasing complexity of systems and the demands of the global marketplace. In order for the practice to realize this potential, system modeling and MBSE must be part of the larger model based engineering effort, and integrate with other engineering discipline models and modeling activities across the life cycle of a system. This is placing increasing demands on the need for Model Lifecycle Management (MLM) as an essential part of an MBSE infrastructure.
The focus for this tutorial is on our vendor experience and current best practices addressing model configuration and change management. As a sample area of MBSE we will take requirements management. Requirements management is the major point of systems engineering. SysML allows transferring requirements and storing them in the model. However, in many cases requirements are created or managed in an external source. That’s why tools’ interoperability and change management are so important for efficient project development.
The tutorial goes through scenario exposing and exploring data import and update using various standards and tools, as well as change, and configuration management.