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Date/Time Organisation & Location Description
09/12/2019 -

18:30 onwards
Bristol Local Group

Atkins, The Hub, 500 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Bristol, BS32 4RZ
Model Based System Engineering : Experiences from the implementers

Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has been an increasingly important component to good Systems Engineering practice for some time. However the successful implementation and adoption of MBSE approaches has proved difficult for many organisations. This discussion describes the challenges and potential solutions based on the experiences from members of the INCOSE MBSE Working Group and a case study that addresses the implementation of a product reference architecture using an MBSE approach.

Ian Clark - Chairman INCOSE UK MBSE Interest Group

Ian has implemented, managed and advised on Model Based Engineering in Aerospace and Defence for 30 years, in Software and Systems development of Aircraft Display, Sonar, and Communication and Information Systems. Ian is the Generic Weapon System Architecture Lead at MBDA. Ian was a start-up member of Artisan Software Tools that brought Artisan Real-Time Studio to the market. A CASE tool to model, code generate and simulate real-time systems.

Jason Gollaglee - Technical Lead at MBDA for Systems Engineering and Design Capability, focused on providing Systems Engineering consultancy and support at Stevenage. In his current role, he is responsible for leading the UK activities relating to their Reference Missile Functional Architecture (RMFA), chairs MBDA’s MBSE Community of Practice, and co-ordinates MBDA UK’s activities regarding the deployment of their Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) solution.



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Model Based System Engineering - Experiences from the implementers  Bristol Local Group  Flyer  02/12/2019  PDF   Open