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Episode 12 – MBSE Tools: Lemontree [EN]

Broadcast date: June 9, 19:00 CET – Language: English In addition to methodology and modeling languages, tools also play an important role in MBSE. For many users, they are the face of MBSE, as they finally bring it to life in the tools. In this episode, we will take a look at the LemonTree tool…

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Episode 11 – MBSE in the field: Vanderlande [EN]

Broadcast date: May 25, 19:00 CET – Language: English In this episode, we take a look at how MBSE is used in practice and talk to Fatih Erkan from Vanderlande in the Netherlands. Vanderlande provides logistics process automation which includes, for example, baggage handling systems for airports. Fatih is systems architect for baggage handling systems….

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Episode 10 – Ontologies & DOL with guest Dr. Fabian Neuhaus [EN]

Broadcast date: April 30, 19:00 CET – Language: English In this episode, we look at ontologies in general and the OMG DOL specification in particular. DOL stands for Distributed Ontology, Model, and Specification Language. In recent years, the topic of “ontology” has become increasingly important in systems engineering. A good reason to take a closer…

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Episode 9 – MBSE around the World: China with Xiang Lee [EN]

Broadcast date: April 7, 16:00 CET – Language: English We want to learn how MBSE is used in the world and this time we visit China. Our guest is Xiang Lee from the company SysGraph. We talk about how MBSE is used in China, what is the state of education, what organizations are there for…

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Episode 8 – What do formal modeling languages have to do with Winnie Pooh with guest Dr. Sylvia Melzer [DE]

Broadcast date: March 8, 2021, 7 p.m. – Language: German This time we take a look behind the scenes of modeling languages and deal with the formalism. For this, we talk to Dr. Sylvia Melzer. She is a research associate at Universität zu Lübeck/Universität Hamburg. Current technology trends such as Digital Twin, Digital Thread, or…

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Episode 7 – MBSE around the world: Sweden with Tom Strandberg [EN]

We want to learn how MBSE is being used around the world and are launching a new series MBSE around the World. In the first episode, we visit Sweden and talk to Tom Strandberg.

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Episode 6 – MBSE and Mechanical Engineering with Dr. Jörg Berroth and Dr. Michael Riesener [DE]

Broadcast date: January 26th, 2021 – Language: German Mechanical engineering is traditionally the strongest engineering discipline in Germany, whether measured by graduate numbers, the number of companies or the gross national product. Accordingly, the discipline can draw on a long-standing and extensive design methodology and has many sub-disciplines. But which product or better which end…

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Episode 5 – How OMG works with Dr. Jason McC. Smith [EN]

Broadcast date: January 13th, 2021 – Language: English This time we have as a guest the CTO of the Object Management Group (OMG) Dr. Jason McC. Smith. We talk to him about how standards like the UML, UAF or SysML are developed at the OMG and in general how the OMG works. We will explain…

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Episode 4 – Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering with Christian Neureiter [DE]

Broadcast date: December 15th, 2020 – Language: German Together with Christian Neureiter we talk about Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering. Christian is the director of the newly founded Josef Ressel Centre for Dependable System-of-Systems Engineering, which researches methods for the model-based development of safe systems in order to develop complex and distributed cyber-physical systems in such a…

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Episode 3 – Unboxing SysML v2 [EN]

Broadcast date: November 25th, 2020 – Language: English In this episode, we take a look at a SysML v2 release. At regular intervals, the SysML Submission Team (SST) publishes a release of the pilot implementation of the new SysML v2, including implementations for Jupyter Notebook and for Eclipse, the current state of development of the…

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