SysML v2: The New Standard for Model-Based Systems Engineering
For over a decade, SysML v1 has been the standard modeling language for systems engineering, and it has fostered the growing move toward Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). But it is now at its limit for growing and adapting to meet the needs of the systems engineering community – the recently completed SysML 1.7 will be the last point release of v1. So, for the last five years, a diverse team of organizations across industry, government and academia have been working on the second version of SysML – and it is now almost done. How will SysML v2 provide even better support for MBSE? What capabilities will v2 bring beyond those of v1? What needs to be done to transition from v1 to v2? Come and find out!
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|SysML v2: The New Standard for Model-Based Systems Engineering
Ed Seidewitz Model Driven Solutions
|MBSE accelerated: SysML v2-based comprehensive toolset for safety analysis, requirements verification, trade studies with multi-physics simulation and embedded SW development
Thierry Le Sergent Ansys