Model Based Systems Engineering

Visualize | Collaborate | Reuse

Model Based Systems Engineering

Model Based Systems Engineering

Visualize | Collaborate | Reuse

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The number of functions in the average vehicle is growing, and OEMs are adopting advanced connectivity & autonomous features. 

Changes to the ecosystem (e.g., SOA, centralized architectures), increased use of logical elements in the vehicle (ADAS, AD features) lead to sourcing software & hardware from multiple vendors. 

Systems and vehicle architectures are becoming increasingly complex due to feature addition, and automakers want to deploy better methods, tools, and processes to ease the complexity of vehicle architecture and reduce the time for feature development. As a result, OEMs are looking at the entire systems engineering life cycle, from source requirements analysis, through behavior analysis and physical architecture, to verification and validation.

The behavior model can be verified, and its correctness ensured long before money is wasted building prototypes. Thus, the use of the model-based approach will aid in the reduction of cost and enhance quality.

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Opportunities & Challenges

Opportunities & Challenges

Opportunities & Challenges

The model-based approach has to be customized, developed, and deployed in alignment with the existing process for both OEMs and Tier1s to ensure smooth transitioning.

System engineers across the organization will have to adapt to system modeling language and tools.

Right MBSE resources are required to define the purpose, scope, and method, and this has to be addressed from the early phases.

Service Framework

Model Based Systems Engineering
Process
  • Develop MBSE models in top-down engineering
  • Reverse engineer existing artifacts to generate MBSE models
  • Identify gaps in requirements through systematic analysis and  behavior visualization methods
  • Perform design synthesis for best design trade-off
  • Develop tool-specific plugins to automate system engineering tasks (e.g. Plugins in Rhapsody,PREEVISION)
  • Providing training in SysML,  MBSE process, and necessary preparation to system engineers

Differentiators

  • Expertise in developing MBSE process for an organization based on existing organization structure and communication framework.
  • Proven across automotive, aerospace, and rail segments

Benefits to the Customer

  • From the OEM perspective, the end customer will be pleased to have defect-free, on-time delivery of his expectation.
  • From Tier 1 perspective, end-customer interaction and collaboration are smooth and there is added benefit of reusability for future model years.
  • Overtime Vehicle/parts recall can be minimized

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