From a tool-centric to a life cycle-wide approach
As systems have gained in complexity, the management of changing configurations has become a challenge in organizations while being a must to ensure the integrity of the final system of interest to be developed.
As described in the ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, systems engineering processes are characterized by iteration and recursion, which result in different baselines and different versions of system elements and items all along the V model.
The rising complexity implies an increasing number of sources in which system needs, requirements, architectures, and any other products of the development are defined and updated. This requires a change request management that is tool-agnostic, in order to maintain the digital thread all along the system life cycle.
For all these reasons, the management, review, tracking and verification of the changes in a cost-effective way requires the use of automated techniques to maintain the configuration management history throughout the life cycle and beyond (reusability after retiring the system).
This webinar will introduce you to the configuration management features of SES ENGINEERING Studio®, a systems engineering life cycle management platform which offers enhanced connectivity to a broad range of tools, as well as technical management of workproducts compliant with ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 processes and advanced features powered by semantic technologies and AI.
The webinar will aim at answering the following questions:
- What is Configuration Management (CM) and why is it important in system development?
- How to tackle CM within a complex tool ecosystem?
- What are the keys to a successful, efficient and life cycle-wide CM process?
- How does SES ENGINEERING Studio® deal with CM?
Note : For an introduction to SES ENGINEERING Studio’s main capabilities, please watch this webinar.
Tuesday, November 29, 2022, 5:00 PM CET (Madrid)/ 9:00 AM PDT (Los Angeles)/12:00 AM EDT (Detroit)
Thursday, December 1, 2022, 9:00 AM CET (Madrid)/ 7:00 PM JST (Tokyo)/ 5:00 PM AEDT (Sydney)