Model Based Systems Engineering
Model Based Systems Engineering applies the rigour and abstractions provided by modelling techniques to the whole systems development process.
Model Based Systems Engineering applies the rigour and abstractions provided by modelling techniques to the whole systems development process, encompassing requirements elicitation & management, use case modelling and system structural & behavioural modelling. The models form a coherent description of the system and its components (whether software or hardware) and flow seamlessly into implementation phases such as MDD for software.
MBSE uses modelling to support the whole system development process from requirements through to software and hardware implementation. SysML (UML for Systems Modelling) provides a standardised language to describe requirements and use cases as well as system structure and behaviour. However, to be effective the language must be used appropriately and a suitable development process must be employed.
Abstract Solutions offers a mature, highly optimised system and software design process that has been specifically designed to reduce the amount of time needed to deliver a new concept to market. It is founded on a lightweight, joined-up system and software modelling process, in which the modelling notations are simple, precise and universally comprehensible. Our approach will help you to unify your engineering process by allowing your systems and software people to communicate using a common language, while providing a clear delineation between the two disciplines. Software engineers capitalise on the work of systems engineers, avoiding duplication and providing continuity and traceability throughout the process, saving time and money.