Category: Systems Engineering

Model Adaptation for Agile DevOps – Part 2: Top-down

Recap from Part 1 of the discussion: I was tasked with building a thread of system features related to the control, guidance, and navigation of a military aircraft.  The end product must show the system’s behavior at different hierarchical levels: system capabilities, system features, and subsystem features.  The model must …

Automating Organization – The Code!

Welcome back! In the last post, I walked you through creating a custom button in GENESYS that moved an entity from its current folder into a new folder named after that entity and moved any descendant entities along with it. This little helper function can make organizing your model organization …

Model Adaptation for Agile DevOps – Part 1: The Challenge

As modern systems become increasingly complex, the need for Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) emerges rapidly from many organizations’ search to understand different design tools and methodologies. MBSE is now popular even outside of Aerospace and Department of Defense programs.  At the same time, software development demands to be quick, agile, …

New Waves in Maritime Shipping Technology

The Context Maritime transport is the most energy-efficient way to carry cargo in terms of energy use per tonnage shipped. It is a crucial enabler of international trade, accounting for more than three-quarters of total freight transport activity. The last decade has seen higher global demand for seaborne trade, making …