Although there is no explicit formula to quantify how complex Systems Engineering toolchains can be, it is agreed that the complexity of the system to be designed and the multi-faceted structure of many organizations are some of the huge drivers in increasing the number of tools.
At the same time, it is accepted all systems engineering projects are characterized by iterative processes, and agile project development teams are becoming a trend. This reinforces the need for a new approach, rather knowledge-centric than tool-centric, which puts engineers in front of the following situation: Should I try my best to minimize the number of tools? Should I go for the most advanced, cutting-edge solutions regardless of their number?
While leaning towards the first presents the risk of limited capabilities and information exchange to other tools, the second poses a challenge of tool interoperability and semantic heterogeneity.
By acting as a multi-activity platform to connect to diverse external sources of truth, synchronize assets to a centralized repository and perform knowledge exchange and traceability, SES ENGINEERING Studio sets a new paradigm. Powered by a tool-neutral data model and knowledge-centric capabilities, it gives more value to the interfaces and boundaries between the tools than the tools themselves, allowing information exchange and transformation mechanisms. This webinar will show how SES ENGINEERING Studio can help systems engineers switch from a scattered to an interconnected toolchain.
Tuesday, January 30, 2024, 5:00 PM CEST (Madrid)/ 8:00 AM PDT (Los Angeles)/11:00 AM EDT (Detroit)
Thursday, February 1, 2024, 9:00 AM CEST (Madrid)/ 5:00 PM JST (Tokyo)/ 7:00 PM AEDT (Sydney)