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Unleashing the Power of Model-Based V&V: How Your System Model Becomes a Roadmap to Your Verification Activities



Verification efforts on most programs are usually a confusing jumble of test plans and tenuous links to the requirements. The verification activities meant to gather evidence of compliance can easily become disconnected from the architecture, thereby costing your organization time and money gathering the wrong verification evidence.

Traditional approaches can miss connections and relationships between requirements and tests. In contrast, a model-based approach can help to identify those gaps and provide a roadmap to creating an optimal verification plan. Model-based verification will help you maximize your verification efforts, reducing wasteful verification activities while providing comprehensive traceability through every step of your verification process.

This webinar covers an introduction to verification modeling best practices using GENESYS. Topics will include:
• Authoring best practices for verification requirements
• Verification schema overview
• Verification activity modeling/simulation for test campaigns and plans
• Verification events
• Verification traceability

What will you learn?

You will learn the fundamentals of Verification modeling in GENESYS, including:
• Key steps in creating a verification plan and test cases that are traceable across your architecture
• How the behavior of your systems suggests verification activities
• How to identify gaps in your verification efforts
• How GENESYS creates exports of test plans for sharing the results of the verification modeling with your team

Who should attend: 

Systems Engineers; Test Engineers


Andy Henderson

Andy HendersonPrincipal Product Analyst at Zuken Vitech

Andy Henderson is an INCOSE-certified Systems Engineering Professional, a principal systems engineer, and GENESYS product manager. Before joining Zuken Vitech, he spent 19 years as a systems architect for Northrop Grumman, performing systems engineering work, test and evaluation, and reliability and maintainability engineering.