A Systematic Approach
Systems consist of a plurality of components and subsystems. The systems can only do its job properly, if all the parts interact correctly.
Individual system components are developed at a variety of locations worldwide, while various suppliers deliver different parts. Engineers from diverse specialist fields contribute to integrated production. This complex development requires a planned and systematic approach.
We support you on the development of individual systems and implement processes, to enable distributed and efficient development.
With Professional Systems Engineering you ...
- systematically integrate knowledge and experience, in all branches of product development
- establish effective engineering processes in your company
- implement future methods and professional tools into your development
- provide for necessary understanding and acceptance within your teams
- develop resource-saving, intelligent and reliable products, which are highly competitive
- save the crucial advantage in competence and time
Method Park Systems Engineering Services
- Basic courses on systems engineering
- Coaching, support and management of projects
- Coaching and support of project roles (Systems Engineer, Requirements Engineer, System Architect, Product Owner, Scrum Master, Agile Coach)
- Enabling compliance of systems engineering to norms and standards
- Support on changing to new paradigms, tools and methods
The right composition for your project
- ISO 15288
- ISO 61508
- ISO 26262
- ISO 13485
- ISO 14971
Processes and models
- Scaled Agile (SAFe)
- Visual Studio Code
- Visual Studio / TFS / Azure DevOps
- Enterprise Architect
- Cameo Systems Modeller
- IBM Jazz
- PTC Integrety
Model-Based Systems Engineering
This article, published in IT+Production (2/2022, starting on page 36), deals with Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), which helps to manage the complexity of developing modern IT systems. MBSE draws on a visual representation for the structure and behavior of interacting systems. It looks at the system as well as the environment.
- contrasts the text-based and the model-based approach to systems engineering
- shows some core problems of the text-based systems engineering
- explains how the model-based approach tries to solve these problems
- highlights the economic value that MBSE can generate.