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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...
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...
(Re)Watch the Capella webinar (December 14th 2023): Powering Capella Champions: Enablers for Effective Model Authoring and Utilization   In today's complex systems engineering landscape, Capella has emerged as a powerful tool for model-based systems engineering (MBSE). This presentation explores key enablers for Capella champions to ensure the successful adoption and utilization of Capella within an organization. Training: Effective training is foundational for developing Capella champions. Tailored programs, from beginner to advanced levels, empower individuals to become proficient in Capella. Strategies for designing training programs aligned with organizational goals are discussed. Extensible Authoring: Capella's extensible authoring capabilities allow customization to specific domains and engineering practices. Developing custom viewpoints, libraries, and domain-specific extensions is crucial for a seamless fit with organizational requirements. Accessible Model Content...
Watch the replay of the Capella Webinar of October 5th 2023! A Model Based System Architecture Methodology Leveraging the ARCADIA Method   System Architecture, its derived requirements and systems analysis performed, are often attributed to defining 70% of the cost and capabilities of a system. However, after nearly two decades of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), there is a lack of architecture focused methodologies and tools to aid programs in creating a robust, transdisciplinary system architecture. One notable exception is the Thales developed Architecture Analysis and Design Integrated Approach (ARCADIA) method and associated Capella modeling tool. The ARCADIA Architecture Development Method (ADM) provides instance-based methodologies for each ADM step with rich viewpoints and views to ensure a robust architecture is obtained. As the goal of the proposed methodology is to rapidly create a robust, transdisciplinary system architecture, ARCADIA was selected for its ...