Broadcast date: October 30th, 2023, 19 CET We dive into the world of MBSE and cybersecurity together with Hartmut Hintze from Airbus and the Hamburg University of Technology. We will talk about (cyber-)security and safety in the context of MBSE in general. We will then discuss in more detail the SysML language extension and method…Read More
Broadcast date: June 29th, 2023, 19 CET The upcoming next-generation modeling language SysML v2 comes with an API. At first, it may seem like nothing special that you can now access a SysML model via an API. But it can become a game changer in the MBSE modeling world. At least it lays the foundations…Read More
Broadcast date: April 3rd, 2023, 19 CET After over 5 years of work with over 200 people from over 80 organizations, the OMG votes on the final submission of SysML v2 at the end of March. Truly a historic milestone for MBSE. We’ve talked about SysML v2 more often in our podcast, for example with…Read More
While in the early days of SysML, the exchange of models was mainly seen as a way to change modeling tools, today, there are a variety of use cases that fall under the buzzword Digital Thread.
Together with our guest Daniel Siegl from LieberLieber we want to look at the different ways SysML models can be exchanged, both in theory and in practice. We will talk about the options with SysML v1 models and give an outlook on how it will look with SysML v2.Read More
Broadcast date: June 6th, 2022, 19 CET SysML v2 is finally in the last stretch to completion. The SST team has worked on this next-generation modeling language since 2017. We already covered the SysML v1 to SysML v2 migration in our last episode. This time, we will look behind the scenes of SysML v2. Our…Read More
SysML v2 is in its final run. In this episode, we address the question of what will then become of the many SysML v1 models.
The SysML v2 specification also includes a formal definition of the transformation from SysML v1 to SysML v2 models. Since Tim is one of the transformation developers, we didn’t invite an additional guest this time.
We’ll talk about how the transformation works and what the challenges are. We will also look at different use cases of how a transition from SysML v1 to SysML v2 can look like.Read More
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…Read More
Broadcast date: November 5th, 2020 – Language: German In this episode we will take a look at the history of SysML. Tim as a member of the first hour, can tell a lot about this. Why was SysML formed in the first place? Was UML not enough? There were and are other OMG standards that…Read More