This 3-days seminar delivers to the participants how to derive a System Architecture from System Requirements. The architecture description eases communication between all stakeholders, especially between disciplines (e. g. Software, Hardware, Mechanics). The seminar teaches the basis on how to develop a System Architecture with SysML. It is focused on the method. We use a simple yet realistic continuous example to explain the workflow. After this seminar, a two-day practical course is offered to deepen the knowledge.
Definition: What are systems?
Delimitation of system and system context
Differences between document-centric versus model-based development
Advantages of a database with model elements and views using them
SysML (approximately 1/3 of the seminar)
Comprehensive explanation of 9 different diagrams by means of many examples
Systems Engineering with SysML (approximately 2/3 of the seminar)
Introduces the methodology of “Harmony for Systems Engineering” by means of an overall example from automotive technology. All participants get a specification document with System Requirements and are guided through the process up to the development of a System Architecture
Outlook in direction to deepened topics
This seminar is directed towards software, hardware and system architects.
Experiences with architectures in a domain (e. g. Software, Mechanics, Electronics or Process Engineering).
Participants and duration
3 Days with exercises and project work / 12 Participants
Price on demand.
*Possible costs for travel or accommodation are not included in this service. These costs have to be borne by the participant.
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ITK Engineering GmbH is an internationally operating technology company with customers in the automotive and aerospace industries as well as in building and medical technologies, motorsports, robotics and transportation.