The development of cyber-physical systems, especially in the automotive industry, is evolving and this trend is now seen across many diverse product markets. E-Mobility, automated or autonomous driving,  innovative and highly networked IoT technologies are leading to ever increasing system complexity that is multiplied due to the need for safety standards compliance.

In order to meet this challenge, model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is increasingly used in different application areas. Although the approach has struggled in the past with the ROI argument, the benefits of MBSE are now clear in regard of the increase in the complexity of systems, as well as through work in distributed teams across company boundaries.

Thus, SDC Systems and LieberLieber Software present why Model-based Systems Engineering  has been introduced at major European and U.S. corporations to define state-of-the-art safety critical cyber-physical products. In addition, we will show technologies, tools and capabilities needed to successfully overcome the challenges.

In the live demo we will showcase the following tool chain:

  • Enterprise Architect for modeling and traceability
  • Integration with codebeamer for requirements management
  • LemonTree with Git for versioning models

June 23rd,  2021 3pm (CEST) / 2pm (BST)

Stuart Parker, SDC Systems
Daniel Siegl, LieberLieber



No participation fee