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A Call for Next Generation MBSE

AmandaK

Administrator
Staff member

Plano, TX, USA, 10 August 2021​


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Our customers are seeking next generation solutions that make systems engineering solutions broadly available across the enterprise.

First-generation Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tools have simply not kept up with the complexity of today’s products to define and share product data across large value chains. Tools based on the first generation of Systems Modeling Language (SysML) struggle with large models, interoperability and supplier collaboration. Our customers are seeking next generation solutions that make systems engineering solutions broadly available across the enterprise.

Read more in this new blog post by Dale Tutt, Vice President of Aerospace and Defense Strategy, and Nand Kochhar, Vice President of Automotive and Transportation Strategy.

Primary Contact​

Kate Eby
+1 404 394 8711
Kate.Eby@siemens.com
 
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