Model-Based Systems Engineering with GENESYS
MBSE for Electrical and Electronic Design
Digital Engineering requires a model-based design process that begins in Systems Engineering. Zuken acquired Vitech Corporation, a leader in Systems Engineering practices and model-based systems engineering (MBSE) solutions, with the intent of implementing an E/E model-based design process. The model-driven system provides a single source of truth for the product development process.
Collaborative Model Creation
GENESYS implements proven model-centric approaches leveraging modern technologies in a completely open architecture. The result is the power of a full MBSE environment with the usability of modern office tools integrated with your desktop, engineering, and enterprise environments to deliver your data your way.
GENESYS delivers connectivity through a collaborative framework that supports today’s geographically dispersed engineering teams. Build better models and deliver better products.
- Integrated requirements management
- Fully executable behavior models
- Architecture development tools
- Validation and Verification
Digital Transformation should go beyond a simple mapping of analog documents and processes into the digital domain. This blog post explores new ways and opportunities to enhance today’s methods and processes for increased efficiency and accelerated innovation.
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.
Many manufacturers are harnessing systems engineering approaches to mitigate the complexity of developing increasingly sophisticated products. Systems simulation is a key component of such efforts.
As engineers face increasing complexity across electronics and electrical systems, they need a single set of related data to offer insights into the product’s various processes and functions. Simply stated, they need a digital thread for electrical systems.