We are thrilled to announce our participation as sponsors and exhibitors at the 34th edition of the Annual INCOSE International Symposium, which takes place from 2-6 July 2024 in Dublin, Ireland. During this event, we will present our new semantic Interoperability Hub, and if you want to do a PoC, we will offer you free licenses. Visit us at booth 29-31!


Our approach to Interoperability

Systems Engineering projects involve many tools, file formats, modeling languages, and other diverse aspects which pose the challenge of integrating all the assets to maintain the digital thread and ensure traceability across the system life cycle.

The different pieces of information forming a complete systems engineering project do not need to be centralized, they must persist in their repositories, managed by the best possible tool to cope with this particular type of information (ASoT – Authoritative Source of Truth) and, on top of that, an interoperability layer needs to be implemented to connect and synchronize all the different sources (SSoT Synchronized Source of Truth). 

According to our approach, there are 6 main pillars:

  1. Connectivity
  2. Semantic Traceability
  3. Copying/Moving/Synchronizing work products
  4. Transforming work products
  5. Binding work products
  6. Remote Connectivity

Besides, a series of Technical Management Processes will enrich the operations with the Interoperability Hub and with all the tools in the ecosystem:

  • Quality Inspection
  • SMART Authoring Assistant
  • Verification and Validation
  • Decision Management
  • Configuration Management
  • Information Management
  • Digitalizing the Project workflow

Sponsor presentation

When systems engineers demand the integration of different engineering tools, they often face significant challenges associated with the number of tools, the number of standards to fulfill, the different formats of information, etc. In this context, the notion of a semantic Interoperability Hub can provide solutions to many of the challenges and problems.

“A passport towards a Digital Thread without boundaries” – Get an overview of our tools on Wednesday 3 July at 11:30 AM in the Liffey Meeting Room 1.

Do a PoC and get free licenses!

To get started with our tools, we now offer to do a PoC (Proof of Concept) for a minimum of 25.000($/€) and get free licenses worth 100% of your investment. The PoC will cover a tailoring project according to your needs, and training.

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Interested in our approach?

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