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MBSE 301

May 8 - May 19

This in-person course offers best practice system modeling building blocks within the context of the system engineering life cycle. The course expands on the Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) approaches established in the introduction course to demonstrate model interaction/behaviors across the physical/digital system engineering life cycle of requirements, design, analysis, verification, and validation. Examples from industry (good and bad) illustrate how to effectively build and operate common model formats to meet key organizational constraints (technical, schedule and cost).

A basic “digital twin” model will be developed in parallel during class instruction to provide a ready reference for building future models. While primarily SysML focused, examples of using alternate tools (e.g., MapleMBSE, DOORS NG, unique application programming interfaces) will be provided as well. Completion of course provides 70% readiness to take OCSPM Modeler 1 Certification Test.

For information on group discounts, reach out to Genevieve Espy – genevieve.espy@amiic.us

Location & contact info:

Location: Calhoun Community College – Math, Science, & CIS Building

102 Wynn Dr. NW Huntsville, AL, 35805

1st Floor, Room 1131

Registration: OPEN


May 8
May 19


Calhoun Community College
102 Wynn Dr. NW
Huntsville, AL 35805 United States
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