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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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Yesterday was World Oceans Day! 24 hours for a cause that deserves to be looked at every day. So we make the mobilization last a little longer by relaying the voice of the association The SeaCleaners, with which we have been collaborating for a year now. This association dedicated to the reduction of plastic pollution on land and on the sea works on the construction of the Manta, a ship capable of collecting and treating large amounts of plastic macro-waste floating on the surface of the oceans. Next to The SeaCleaners, and through the end of all our goodies we raise a message: everyone on their own scale, can act for better management of the oceans and their ecosystems. And even more today, with the current circumstances, and all the masks and other single-use products ending up in our stretch of water. “The after-world” needs our collective mobilization to go forward. Let’s protect our oceans together! Find here the tribune of Yvan Bourgnon, founder of The SeaCleaners Discover h...
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Nowadays, modern products bring much more complexity for engineers. They have to manage with electronics, electrical systems, software and internet-of-things community. Engineers in different disciplines have to work together on design, to avoid costs increase and problem arising. Systems engineering coordinates design across engineering disciplines. But as teams, working together needs method and technology to support requirements: model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is one available. Discover how you can track systems engineering requirements for the entire product, how you can evaluate your performance and how to work collaboratively with a large number of engineers. Read this article written by Chad Jackson, Chief Analyst and CEO at Lifecycle Insights as guest author to understand why using MBSE and Capella is more efficient than using only spreadsheets and documents.  ...
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Organized with Thales, the last Capella Day edition was held on September 16th at Munich. 80 participants, 16 speakers, 14 countries represented: thanks everyone for this great third edition!   We were really pleased to welcome such great speakers and to enjoy this day with the Capella community. The agenda was more than full, such as the event was more than sold out :) You missed it and want to know what happened there? You can still have a look at the pictures taken during the day and discover the slides.   Next edition, we will do our possible to get an even bigger room so that no one will not be able to come for lack of free seats and we will keep more space between talks since discussions were substantive. Until we announce where and when will be organized the 4th edition, stay tuned by following the @capella_arcadia Twitter account, the Capella LinkedIn account, or joining the LinkedIn discussion group about Capella. Feel free to check the Capella official website...
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