Moving from documents and spreadsheets to a single, unambiguous model. That’s Model-Based System Engineering. This post and video gives an overview of this technology-led initiative.
ANSYS Twin Builder: Connecting IoT Data to Simulations
ANSYS’ Twin Builder can set up Digital Twins by connecting IoT sensor data to simulations. This post reviews its functionality and value to manufacturers.
Collaborative 1D Modeling for Software and Systems
This post looks at 1D models for embedded software as well as systems engineering, specifically looking at the opportunity for collaborative efforts.
Altair Activate: Systems Development Solution
Altair Activate is a graphical system modeling and simulation application. This post reviews this solution and the value it provides.
You Might Not Know It, But You’re Designing Systems
Does your company need system engineering? That’s a basic question that an increasing amount of companies are starting to ask themselves. No organization can afford to really ponder these kinds of questions without some motivation. No, there’s a reason they are becoming introspective in this way: there are some serious implications of failed system-level prototypes. …
Adopting System Engineering: All, None or… Just a Little?
Many experts boastfully claim that organizations must adopt all system engineering practices to reap any benefits. This post challenges that stance. All of it. You need all of it. That’s the message that seems to float around system engineering practices and principles. You see, while I attended a number of conferences over the course of the …
Terminology Trap: The Model Based Enterprise
Terminology. Terminology. Terminology. One of the base challenges that this industry faces is terminology. This space, software supporting engineering and development, is literally overrun with existing technology and concepts of how to use them. So when a software provider comes up with something new, something they don’t want the industry to see as merely an enhancement but …
PTC’s Integrity Modeler
If you’ve been following some of the latest on new tools that help engineer’s design and develop products, then you’ve seen system engineering come up again and again. Processes and standards have been around for some time for system engineering. However, it has only been in the last few years that we’re seeing a growing …