[MBSE-Method] #3. SysCARS methodology

This post is based on the paper “SysML for embedded automotive systems: SysCARS methodology, Jean Denis PIQUES”. SysCARS (System Core Analyses for Robustness and Safety) is a methodology developed by Valeo that is designed to enable system designers to perform modeling activities sequentially and efficiently using SysML. This methodology is very useful for system engineers … Read more

[MBSE-Method] #2. MBSE Grid

In this post, we will introduce the MBSE Grid method, one of the MBSE (Methods of Model-Based Systems Engineering) methodologies. MBSE Grid This content is based on the paper “MBSE Grid: A Simplified SysML-Based Approach for Modeling Complex Systems.” The authors of the paper include Aurelijus Morkevicius. The MBSE Grid framework can be seen in … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #8. SE METHODOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS

This post briefly introduces SE Methodology. SE METHODOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS 1. Model-Based System Engineering, MBSE Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) offers many advantages over traditional document-based approaches. Document-based approaches manage a variety of information about a system in documents, which are often difficult to synchronize and maintain, and whose quality is difficult to assess in terms of … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #7. SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ANALYSYS AND METHODS

SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ANALYSYS AND METHODS This post outlines the various technologies and methods used throughout the systems engineering (SE) life cycle and how they are leveraged in the SE process. 1. Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation. According to INCOSE’s Systems Engineering Vision 2035, systems engineering of the future will evolve to be model-based, enabling next-generation modeling, … Read more

[MBSE-Method] #1. OOSEM (Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Methodology)

In this post, we will learn about ‘Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Methodology (OOSEM)’, one of the modeling methods. Even if you have knowledge of SysML, you can often feel at a loss about the starting point and progression sequence when designing a system in real life. Modeling Method plays a role in resolving these difficulties. A … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #6. Quality Characteristics

In this post, we will briefly summarize the QC contents of the SE Handbook. Quality Characteristics ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 (2023) defines Quality Characteristics (QC) as inherent characteristics related to the requirements of a product, process or system. QC is the standard by which stakeholders judge the quality of the system. There are many different approaches to … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #5. Technical Processes – System Realization, Deploy and Use

Technical Processes part 2 4-7 Implementation Process According to the ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 standard, the purpose of the implementation process is to realize specific system elements. This process involves activities not only at the production stage but also at other stages to ensure that the elements can be produced and prepare them for one stage of … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #4. Technical Processes – Concept and System Definition

Technical Processes ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 defines 14 technical processes that are used concurrently, iteratively, and recursively throughout the system life cycle. These processes define the requirements of the system, translate them into an effective product, enable consistent reproduction of the product where necessary, use the product, provide the required service, sustain that service, and ensure that … Read more

[ASEP-Prep] #3. Technical Management Processes

Technical Management Processes It is important to understand how systems engineering (SE) contributes to project management. This contribution is provided through a technical management process, which ensures the successful management of SE efforts within the project. According to ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, the technology management process focuses on managing the resources and assets allocated by the organization’s … Read more