Model Based Systems Engineering

Based on the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is the formalised application of modelling to support the systems in their whole life cycle, which includes requirements, design, analysis, verification, and validation. The MBSE focuses on creating ‘domain models’ as the primary means of information rather than document-based information exchange. MBSE is widely used for supporting: 1) requirements management, including mission engineering perspectives, 2) supply chain resilience modelling and obsolescence management, and 3) assessing and characterising cybersecurity attack surfaces and kill chains.

In this course, we will cover the fundamentals of MBSE, including but not limited to MBSE definition, the benefits of MBSE over traditional systems engineering, valuable tools to practice MBSE, and why it is essential for industries to adapt systems engineering. Some basic understanding of Systems Engineering is desirable but not essential.

Duration: 2 Days

Delivery Mode:  Live simulcast online course delivered over Teams.

Presenter Information

Hasti Hayati

Dr Hasti Hayati has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and is a Systems Engineer. She has experience working in Research and Development, industry consulting, and, more recently, defence domains. Some of her technical skills are Systems Engineering, including requirements engineering, project management, data mining and machine learning, rolling stock dynamic analysis, and finite element analysis.

Course Information

  • Definition of Systems Engineering
  • Impacts of Systems Engineering on Businesses
  • Definition of MBSE and its Methodologies
  • MBSE Vs. Systems Engineering
  • Application of MBSE
  • Impacts of MBSE on Businesses
  • Systems Modeling Language/Tools
  • MBSE and Digital Engineering

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