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Model Based Systems Engineering: The model is the design


Model Based Systems Engineering: The model is the design

Date: Tuesday May 15, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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Overview

Challenges include: the need for descriptive, executable and verifiable models; cultures and customer expectations that are paper-based rather than model-based; lack of automated workflows; lack of integrated toolsets; lack of training and experience, and long-term storage issues.

Benefits include: increased productivity with data captured once; elimination (or significant reduction of) documents and deliverables; improved quality of product, with late defects significantly reduced; enablement of product line architectures; increased reuse; explicit capture of knowledge and experience.

Please join us for this informative webcast that addresses the challenges and benefits of model based systems engineering.

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Featured Speakers:

Brian Wells:  — Vice President, Corporate Engineering, Raytheon
Brian Nolan, Ph.D.:  — Go to Market Manager, Aerospace & Defense, IBM Software, IBM Rational


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