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Webinar 9 2016 - Introduction to Unified Architecture Framework (UAF)

Thursday, 15 December 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 9:00 AM CST, 10:00 AM EST, 04:00 PM CET
Description
Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) is a structured approach for managing the complexity of systems of systems engineering in the organization in different levels of abstraction. Abstraction levels allow the definition of strategy, operations (requirements), and alternative tactics (solutions) needed to implement operational scenarios.
 
UAF provides an infrastructure to ensure complete and correct specification of systems (including human resources) integration using various techniques such as engineering analysis, traceability, and metrics. Some of these techniques are covered in the webinar which demonstrates complete workflow of systems of systems engineering using UAF Framework. The workflow includes the activities of defining capability requirements, specifying operational scenarios, providing several possible solutions for particular operational scenario, and managing projects portfolio required to implement the selected solution.
The session demonstrates
  • UAF introduction
  • UAF views and models
  • Complexity management using different abstraction levels
  • Coverage analysis
  • Impact analysis
The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.
The session is hosted by Edita Mileviciene, Cameo Enterprise Architecture Product Manager at No Magic Europe
Webinar 9 2016 - Introduction to Unified Architecture Framework (UAF)
Edita is the Cameo Enterprise Architecture (CEA) Product Manager at No Magic. She has been with No Magic for fifteen years, and has a large expertise in software and systems engineering, model-based enterprise architecture solutions, and business process modelling techniques.
 
Edita has conducted numerous trainings and workshops in Europe, gave various presentations and talks at international conferences.
 
Edita has a master degree from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania), and also is OMG Certified UML, Systems Modelling, and Business Process Management professional.

Webinar 8 2016 - Timing and Duration Analysis

Tuesday, 22 November 2016
03:00 PM GMT, 09:00 AM CST, 10:00 AM EST 4:00 PM CET
Description
During this webinar, you will learn how MagicDraw with Cameo Simulation Toolkit can be used to verify how particular system design satisfies time, duration, or performance requirements.
The session demonstrates
  • Timing concepts, different clocks, time steps
  • Time units
  • Time and duration constraints
  • Duration simulation, parallel processes
  • Timelines

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Nerijus Jankevicius, MBSE Product Manager at No Magic Europe
Webinar 8 2016 - Timing and Duration Analysis

Nerijus Jankevicius is a Product Manager at No Magic Inc, managing and envisioning the Model-Based Systems Engineering environment development. During 19 years at No Magic, he was actively and deeply involved into development of MagicDraw, SysML plugin and Cameo Simulation Toolkit, helping to make them one of the most recognized MBSE solutions on the market.

During more than 10 years, Nerijus also contributed to UML and SysML standards working groups at Object Management Group (OMG), becoming one of the leading UML/SysML experts and consultants, one of the first OMG Certified Advanced UML 2.0 Professionals in Europe.

Nerijus delivered workshops and trainings in Systems Modeling and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) at major facilities in research and industry like NASA/JPL, Bombardier Transportation, GE Transportation, Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada, BAE Systems, MITRE and others, gave various presentations and talks at international conferences.

Webinar 7 2016 - Total Mass, Cost, and Power Rollups

Thursday, 20 October 2016
03:00 PM BST, 9:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description
The rollup calculations are among the most common use cases in systems engineering. System modelers want to calculate total mass, cost, power, or another system dimension, based on individual values of all the parts in the model. During this webinar, you will learn how to perform different kind of rollup calculations in the MagicDraw model with Cameo Simulation Toolkit.
The session demonstrates
  • Introduction to rollup analysis
  • Rollup patterns
  • Rollup Pattern Wizard
  • Applying static rollup pattern to model
  • Applying dynamic rollup pattern to model
The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.
The session is hosted by Zilvinas Strolia, Solution Architect at No Magic Europe
Webinar 7 2016 - Total Mass, Cost, and Power Rollups
Zilvinas is a Solution Architect at No Magic Europe. His expertise area is model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with special focus on model execution.
 
Zilvinas has an engineering degree from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) and almost 10 years of work experience in this field. He also holds the OMG-Certified Systems Modeling Professional (OCSMP) certificate.
 
Zilvinas is responsible for consulting and delivering the solutions to customers. He occasionally writes papers and produces training material (slides, samples, practical assignments).

Webinar 6 2016 - Integrating Safety and Reliability Analysis into MBSE Toolkit

Tuesday, 27 September 2016
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 4:00 PM CEST
Description
Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is gaining popularity in organizations creating complex systems where it is crucial to collaborate in a multi-disciplinary environment. SysML, being one of the key MBSE components, has a good foundation for capturing requirements, architecture, constraints, views and viewpoints. It allows linking different types of models that come from different engineering disciplines. However, inherent safety and reliability aspects of the systems are not addressed by the SysML language.
 
In this webinar, Andrius Armonas explains the value users get from taking model-based approach to safety and reliability analysis and integrating it into MBSE toolkit. He also shares experience of No Magic, Inc. in building and applying model-based safety and reliability analysis in practice.
The session demonstrates
  • Overview of No Magic efforts on integrating safety and reliability analysis into its MBSE toolkit
  • Model-based reliability analysis using FMEA
  • Model-based safety analysis
  • Linking designs to reliability analysis, reliability analysis to safety analysis, and safety analysis to designs
  • Automated document generation from safety and reliability analysis models

The presentation takes about fifty minutes and the question-answer section – about ten. The audience are able to submit questions in a written form throughout the webinar.

The session is hosted by Dr. Andrius Armonas, MagicDraw and Cameo Collaborator Product Manager at No Magic Europe
Webinar 6 2016 - Integrating Safety and Reliability Analysis into MBSE Toolkit
Andrius is the MagicDraw Product Manager and Cameo Collaborator Product Manager, with more than ten years of experience in software development. As a Product Manager, he is responsible for setting directions for the products, forming their vision and roadmaps, selecting capabilities for each new version of MagicDraw and Cameo Collaborator.
He also works with major customers and ensures that the internal development team knows and understands the strategic directions and customer demands. His responsibilities also include understanding the market and the competitive environment.
Andrius has conducted numerous trainings in Europe. He holds a PhD in Informatics Engineering from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania).

MBSE Ecosystem: System and Analytical Models Integration for Critical Systems Simulation

Partner-led By: Phoenix Integration
Thursday, 08 September 2016
03:00 PM BST, 09:00 AM CDT, 10:00 AM EDT, 04:00 PM CEST
Description

Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is a key practice to advance systems engineering that can benefit CubeSat missions. MBSE creates a system model that helps integrate other discipline specific engineering models and simulations. The system level model is initiated at the start of a project and evolves throughout development. It provides a cohesive and consistent source of system requirements, design, analysis, and verification. This webinar demonstrates an integrated, executable MBSE representation of the Radio Aurora Explorer (RAX) CubeSat mission.

This webinar will demonstrate Integration between ModelCenter®, Cameo Enterprise Modeler®, and STK® to integrate system and analytical models.

The session demonstrates
  • How the integrated analyses is linked to the SysML model using MBSE Analyzer, a bridge between SysML tools and ModelCenter.
  • How Behavioral models are executed for a representative RAX mission to study energy state and data collection capabilities.
  • The power, scalability, and utility of MBSE ecosystem that is available to help meet the challenge of designing spacecraft missions of ever-increasing complexity.
  • Data interchange between SysML system models, analytical models developed in MATLAB®, and a high fidelity space system simulation model created in AGI’s Systems Toolkit (STK)
The session is hosted by Dr. Andy Ko, Manager of Engineering Services at PHOENIX INTEGRATION
MBSE Ecosystem: System and Analytical Models Integration for Critical Systems Simulation

Andy's duties include research project management, application engineering, proposal writing and sales support. He also is involved with new product development and customer consulting projects.

Engineering Services Manager
Phoenix Integration
February 2015 – Present (1 year 7 months) Blacksburg, VA

Senior Applications Engineer
Phoenix Integration
July 2012 – Present (4 years 2 months) Blacksburg, VA