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Join us this year at Capella Days 2021!   Capella Days is the annual event that regularly brings together the MBSE community of Capella and Arcadia practitioners. It will be held online from November 15th to 18th. Don't want to miss out on this free major event? So wait no longer and register here! This year we'll be trying something new! The program will include a warm-up session where we will introduce Arcadia, Capella and the NASA Systems Engineering Handbook applied to an educational use-case: the HUBBLE Space Telescope. So see you on November 15th, at 3:30PM (CET)! Meanwhile, if you want to learn more on the use-case, check out this blog post written by Frédéric Madiot.  Capella Days is always a great opportunity to meet other Capella users and learn of different ways to use Capella, a multitude of different talks and plenty of Q&A sessions with confirmed users and professionals! So don't forget to save the date for this...
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Thursday 2nd September 2021, Obeo organized a Capella Webinar This webinar has ended, but feel free to watch the recording.   When designing increasingly complex systems, engineers need to master the behaviour of the solution they will deliver, throughout the engineering life-cycle.  Arcadia and Capella MBSE practices allow them to share a common understanding of the foreseen solution and to secure the solution definition. In some cases, engineers need to execute their architecture models to early validate the specified behavior, to perform architecture tradeoffs and to provide a reference for further implementation.   This webinar, was presented by Pierre Nowodzienski, Simulation & Digital Twin expert at Thales, who presented how we address these needs by coupling the best-in-class architectural design practices provided by Capella with the powerful simulation capabilities provided by Matlab Simulink. If you are interested in discovering ne...
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Join us next week, at the 31st Annual INCOSE Symposium!    From the 17th to the 22nd July, System Engineering professionals from all over the world will be gathering for over 120 talks. The Capella MBSE Tool will also have a booth, so feel free to stop by and talk with one of our Capella Experts! At the booth you will also be able to check out our presentation video, and download our flyer.   There will be plenty of MBSE and Capella related presentations, but you should check out our Capella talks on the 21st and the 22nd which will be presented by Samuel Rochet & Stephane Lacrampe.  Thales will also be hosting a talk on the 19th at 12:30 to 13:10 EDT where they will presenting “A value-driven, integrated approach to Model-Based Product Line Engineering” Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to participate in this impressive event.   For more information concerning registration: https://www.incose.org/symp2021/symposium/registration...
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Welcome to CSD&M Paris Online Edition Beginning on the 16th of December and ending on the 17th of December the most recent edition of CSD&M Paris will be going on!   This year we’re happy to announce that we’ll be participating at CSD&M Paris 2020 as speaker and sponsor, a web event organized by CESAMES. Mastering complex engineered systems is a fundamental strategic challenge. And to help surpass these complex engineered systems, we’ll be sharing ideas, methods, and tools with the systems engineering community during use-case presentations, coffee sessions, and carousel networking. We’ll also be hosting a virtual booth. Discover more about our most recent updates to Publication for Capella with our talk: “ Mind the Gap: ALM & MBSE “ on the 16th of December at 11:30 till 11:50 CEST and learn how making you can make your teams and organization more agile with our Coffee Session “Agility and MBSE by Obeo” on the 16th of December at 11:15 till 11:30 CEST both pre...
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While opening the 5th edition of SiriusCon, their online conference about Eclipse Sirius and graphical modeling, Obeo announced that they will open-source their new cloud-based solution. Strategic member of the Eclipse Foundation, Obeo has been working for years on modeling tools, with a strong commitment to Open Source, contributing to free software availability and to knowledge sharing. In 2014 with Thales co-involved in the project, they pushed the code of what is Obeo Designer, a core tool of their modeling technology. The open-source Eclipse Sirius project was born and has since become a solid and widely deployed solution to create graphical modeling workbenches. For a few months now, the Obeo team has been working hard to offer the goodness and capabilities of Sirius right into a browser through Obeo Cloud Platform, a cloud-based solution developed for deploying modeling tools to the web. Following their values and involvement in the open source community, Obeo chose to open ...
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