Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout product development to retirement. The MBSE initiative was established in 2007 to realize the Systems Engineering Vision of the “future of systems engineering is model based” to scale systems engineering by replacing document-oriented practices with models.
Since its launch, the MBSE working groups have expanded to become a major part of the INCOSE International Workshop with models of all kinds used in many working groups to push the practice forward. To disseminate this MBSE information, the MBSE Initiative hosts the annual MBSE Workshop. This year the core workshop is being held on one afternoon to avoid the ‘fire hose’ of the former two-day format.
As in previous years, the larger MBSE Initiative is an integrated activity occurring over the full duration of the International Workshop. The MBSE Workshop sessions are being held Saturday afternoon according to the schedule below. As in recent years, the workshop is being hosted as a hybrid event for both in-person and online attendance.
We invite you to join us on the cutting-edge of systems engineering for a riveting workshop.
All times below are in US Pacific Time Zone (US Eastern Time - 3 hours; UTC - 8 hours).
|Time||Agenda Item/Presentation Link||Presenter|
|11:00-12:00||INCOSE Keynote: A Paradigm Change for Safety and for System Engineering||Nancy Leveson (MIT)|
|13:00-13:20||Opening: Our View on the State of MBSE||Troy Peterson/Mark Sampson|
|13:20-13:50||SysML v2 Update||Sandy Friedenthal|
|13:50-15:00||MBSE Standards Updates|
|ISO 42010 Architecture||James Martin (Aerospace Corporation)|
|OMG UAF 1.2||Matthew Hause (SSI)|
|ISO 24641 Methods||Lalitha Abhaya (Airbus)|
|Digital Engineering Measurement Framework v1.1||Tom McDermott|
|ISO 63319 Unified Reference Model for smart manufacturing||Richard Martin|
|OMG Model-based Acquisition (MBAcq) User Group||Laura Hart (Lockheed Martin)|
|15:30-16:10||Working Group Round Robin|
|15:30-15:35||Systems Science WG||Javier Calvo-Amodio|
|15:35-15:40||MBSE Patterns WG||Bill Schindel|
|15:40-15:45||Decision Analysis WG||Frank Salvatore|
|15:45-15:50||Change Management WG||Adriana D'Souza & Aleksander Przybylo|
|15:50-15:55||Tool Integration Model Life Cycle Management||John Nallon|
|15:55-16:00||Automotive WG||David Hetherington|
|16:00-16:05||DE Measurement Framework||Alex Levi|
|16:05-16:10||Digital Engineering Information Exchange||Sean McGervey|
|16:10-16:30||INCOSE SE Online Lab||Barclay Brown (INCOSE)|
|16:30-17:00||MBSE Workshop Q&A and Wrapup||Troy Peterson/Mark Sampson|
Please see the IW 2023 MBSE Cross Cutting Agenda for MBSE Initiative and SE Transformation activities for details of related meetings throughout IW 2023.
Following are two additional workshops being hosted by the MBSE Initiative on Sunday, January 29:
The following MBSE-related event is also occurring during IW 2023:
Each group with related sessions is encouraged to maintain a meeting page either on its own Working Group page, or linked from a section below. Working Groups are encouraged to provide presentations and other materials for download from any of these locations. Please contact the MBSE Initiative Chairs if you would like space here, or elsewhere on the MBSE Wiki, to maintain your own working group materials.