With GENESYS, all model information resides in a single repository. A single model captures all details and customer needs and tracks all changes.
An Authoritative Systems Engineering Source of Truth
Model-based systems engineering, or MBSE, is a methodical way of looking at complex problems that yields tremendous insights. Rather than scattering information across multiple documents, diagrams, and spreadsheets, the knowledge is captured clearly and cohesively in an authoritative systems engineering source of truth. You have one idea in one place providing the right data at the right time in the right presentation for communication and analysis. With GENESYS, Zuken offers a powerful next-generation MBSE software that is equally suitable for modelling and verifying products, system architectures and systems of systems.
Consider the benefits of the GENESYS MBSE 2.0 software
Vitech GENESYS is an integrated model-based systems engineering software toolset that covers all four domains of systems engineering — requirements, behavior, architecture, and verification and validation — holding all of the information in the tool itself and allowing you to do the engineering.
The single repository of GENESYS allows you to develop and trace system architecture from system to subsystem and into component levels.
GENESYS supports a wide range of formats and views: from DoDAF and SysML diagrams to EFFBD and parametric diagrams to engineering reports.
GENESYS easily interfaces with 3rd party tools, such as: Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Phoenix ModelCenter MBSE, and Simulink.
Connect to office and engineering environments
GENESYS comes as a complete solution out of the box and includes with it a set of connectors to other commonly-used programs, amplifying your effectiveness. Connectors to software such as Excel, DOORS, MATLAB, Simulink, and ModelCenter allow you to extend your analysis while collaborating with others in their tool of choice.
GENESYS provides you with a rich portfolio of representations, including the full suite of SysML diagrams. This comprehensive resource at your fingertips allows you to meet your audience where they are, whether it’s an internal audience of detailed engineers, or an external audience of stakeholders. Focus attention through the effective use of color and hide content without changing the design. Manually format a diagram for just the right touch, or use intuitive rule-based formatting to generate powerful visuals with ease.
Traceability throughout the lifecycle
GENESYS manages the bookkeeping aspects of systems engineering, instantly scoping the impact of a change. A live, integrated design repository allows you to maintain a single source of truth for your system design — giving you consistent, reliable, automatic, deep traceability throughout the project lifecycle. Produce specifications and requirement traceability matrices quickly at any point throughout a project, knowing that your documents reflect the most current data.
Ease of use
Your MBSE tool should support and simplify that work, not complicate it. Begin creating designs within an hour of unlocking your license.
- Construct and modify your design with the ease of drag-drop
- Hide information to highlight what you are interested in seeing
- Generate reports automatically
- Customize your diagrams with formatting that suits your needs
Lower the barrier to entry and democratize good systems engineering with a powerful yet easy-to-use systems engineering tool.
Domains for MBSE 2.0 with GENESYS
Whether you are developing an unprecedented product or upgrading an existing product - dealing with complexity is critical to project success. GENESYS helps elicit, manage, and communicate product information so that your team is free to focus on innovation.
From improving the process of how commodity products are made to improving the complex engineering processes, GENESYS can help you to quickly and effectively improve almost any complex process
Managing systems of systems (SoS) has become a defining challenge in the 21st century. GENESYS MBSE 2.0 software gives you the tools you need to competently navigate complex system environments and producing predictables outcomes.
Digital Twin, Digital Thread, PLM and MBSE - the buzzwords are following each other in ever faster succession, making it difficult to keep an overview. Oliver Hechtl, Head of Strategic DM/& I Solutions at Zuken GmbH, took a closer look at the various topics from a practitioner's point of view to bring some order to the web of topics.
This whitepaper discusses the many ways model-based systems engineering is capable of representing information contained in a model, or repository. Each diagram communicates a specific dimension of information, providing insight and best connecting with a particular audience.
The primer addresses the elementary principles of MBSE in the context of practical illustrations. The book addresses the foundational concepts in a manner designed to benefit the newcomer and experienced practitioner alike.
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