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Capella Webinar Thursday, June 20th 2024 Register !   Working in a Multi-user Mode with Team for Capella   Working with Capella models traditionally involves managing files, which requires careful coordination among team members to handle concurrent work. This often means having to establish strategies for reserving files or resolving conflicts after changes overlap. By switching to multi-user mode in Capella, you can significantly enhance collaboration among your team of systems architects. This mode helps avoid the tedious management of file differences and reduces the risk of data loss. Multi-user mode allows team members to work simultaneously and safely on the same model by using:- A shared repository installed on a server to store the Capella model.- An add-on in your Capella workbench, activating a fine-grained locking mechanism that reserves model elements being edited. These components work in sync to automatically release locks when modifications are saved a...
Capella Webinar June 18th 2024 Register !   Unlock the Power of Diagram Creation with Sirius Web   Discover How to Specify Your Own Diagram Editors with Sirius Web!Sirius Web is an open-source project that streamlines the development of web-based graphical modeling applications. It empowers users to create, edit, and visualize their data in customized views.With Sirius Web, you can create various types of views depending on how you need to represent data: forms, diagrams, text, Gantt charts, cards, etc...During this webinar, we will focus on a diagrams - a view where data is represented with nodes and edges - which has seen numerous improvements in recent releases.Join us for a guided tour of this Sirius Web feature. Agenda The core principles of Sirius Web Recent changes in Sirius Web following the adoption of ReactFlow As a studio-maker, how to specify a custom node-based view with Sirius Web? As an end-user, ho...
Capella Webinar June 6th 2024 Register !   Adopting Model-Based Practices with Capella and TASTE for Student-Developed CubeSat Systems   In today's transforming industry, Model-Based approaches are often seen as an add-on, further complicating the already complex work of systems engineering and software development. But what if it did not have to be this way? At GU Orbit, we have adopted the Arcadia method exactly to make the process of engineering complex space systems more accessible to undergraduate students. With its multi-level workflow, repetitive activities, and opinionated semantics enforced by the Capella tool, it effectively guides even inexperienced users in the design of rational systems. Additionally, taking advantage of its semantic similarity to the European Space Agency's TASTE toolchain for embedded software development, we have devised an overarching methodology to rigorously bridge the gap between high-level system specifications and low-level compone...
Unleashing Innovation: The Intersection of Enterprise Architecture, Artificial Intelligence and Sustainability  Edinburgh, UK | April 22-25, 2024   The Open Group Summit: Ecosystems Architecture & AI Standards  We will be present at this event on interesting topics with speakers who will address relevant themes. Do not hesitate to contact Jean-Luc Merelli to discuss enterprise architecture in real life at this conference.   Monday, April 22: Ecosystems Architecture & AI Standards On the first day of the summit, the emphasis will be on addressing the dual challenges presented by the evolving landscape of hyper-enterprise systems and the expansion of AI. It will explore the indispensability and significance of standards in managing the advancements in these systems.   Tuesday, April 23: Sustainability / Enterprise Architecture / EA & AI / Digital Transformation On the second day of the summit, attention will be directed towards sev...
Watch the replay of the Sirius webinar  - February 29th, 2024 What's New and What's Next? Sirius Latest Technological Advancements and Roadmap   A new year has begun! It's time to take a look back at 2023 and make plans for 2024! In this webinar, Mélanie Bats presents the major events of 2023, the roadmap for 2024, and the main features included in the latest version of Sirius, including major improvements in the Web version: - the adoption of React Flow for our diagram rendering,- Gantt, Deck, and Portal new kinds of representation,- reference widgets, custom widgets, and pages in the Form representation,- filters on tree-based representations,- domain definition reusability,- and much more!   Presented by: Mélanie Bats - CTO at Obeo In my daily work, I am mainly focused on managing the R&D team, creating products based on our own open source technologies. I am used to work in the development of modeling tools with Sirius like UML Designer. I am...