Essential MBSE + SysML Applied™: Automotive DSM edition

COURSE ID: WS-ADSMS
DESCRIPTION: This introductory Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) + SysML workshop provides students with a solid foundation for applying MBSE principles and best practices with SysML, the industry standard architecture modeling language for systems engineering applications. This workshop edition is specialized for the Automotive domain, and emphasizes automotive examples and standards (e.g., ISO 26262, Automotive SPICE, EPA GHG, NHTSA CAFE, SAE J3061, MISRA).
  • HANDS-ON, PROJECT-BASED LEARNING APPROACH: Students actively explore how MBSE + SysML modeling techniques can solve pragmatic real-world problems that they choose to work on during their practice exercises. All learning modules are punctuated with frequent Q&A sessions and hands-on practice exercises.
  • TOOL-INDEPENDENT & TOOL-CUSTOMIZED VERSIONS: The MBSE + SysML workshop is available in both tool-independent and tool-customized versions. The tool-independent version uses white boards for practice exercises, whereas the tool-customized version supports popular SysML-compliant tools (Sparx Enterprise Architect, MagicDraw; other tools available on request).
  • CUSTOMIZATIONS FOR TEAMS & PROJECTS: All training is based on flexible learning modules that can be mixed-and-matched to tailor your hands-on training for your team and project.
  • COMPLETION & PERFORMANCE-BASED CERTIFICATIONS AVAILABLE: Upon request we offer both Completion Certification and Performance-Based Certification for all MBSE + SysML training. Contact us for details.
DURATION: 3-5 days (= 21-35 training hours; length depends upon optional learning modules selected)
VENUE: Available Onsite or Online.
AUDIENCE: Systems engineers, system architects, software architects/engineers/developers, project managers, and others who want to learn how the SysML can improve how they architect, analyze, design, and manage complex systems will benefit from this workshop.
PREREQUISITES: Systems or software engineering experience in building large and/or complex systems. No other experience or prior training is required.
COURSE AUTHOR & CHIEF INSTRUCTOR: Cris Kobryn is the Founder of PivotPoint Technology and is an internationally recognized expert in architecture modeling languages (UML, SysML, BPMN), enterprise architecture frameworks (DoDAF, UPDM, TOGAF), and Model-Based Engineering tools. Cris has been architecting and designing distributed computer systems for three decades, and is known for successfully leading the UML 1.x, UML 2.0, and SysML international standardization teams. Recently Cris designed the CyberML™ (Cyber Modeling Language™) to precisely specify Agile enterprise architectures that are scalable and cybersecure. You can learn more about Cris's qualifications as a Model-Based Engineering and Agile Architecture expert on his corporate bio page...
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
• What is Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and how does the SysML enable it?
• What is Automotive Domain Specific Modeling (Automotive DSM), and how can it improve how we systems engineer automotive systems?
• SysML’s basic and advanced constructs for modeling requirements, structure, and behavior (includes all nine SysML diagrams + Allocation Tables)
• How SysML can specify large, complex system architectures and the full System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
• How to trace Requirements and perform Verification & Validation (V&V) on a SysML model
• Practical guidelines for specifying correct, complete, clear, concise, and consistent models
• How you can customize SysML for the automotive domain
• How SysML work artifacts can be used with Model-Based Systems Engineering processes
• How to select SysML tools and methods
• How to draw SysML diagrams, simulate/execute SysML diagrams, and generate reports using a selected SysML tool: Optional / Choose between Sparx Enterprise Architect and MagicDraw; other tools available on request
• How to plan your transition to a MBSE approach
• How to learn more about MBSE and SysML modeling

COURSE SYLLABUS: All Essential MBSE + SysML Applied: Automotive DSM edition workshops must include AUTOMOTIVE DSM + SYSML: BASIC and AUTOMOTIVE DSM + SYSML: INTERMEDIATE learning modules. Students can mix-and-match additional modules as needed, and modules can be tailored to address special team or project requirements. Contact us for details.

AUTO DSM + SYSML: BASIC [Module# ADSMS-101]
Intro to Model-Based Systems Engineering
SysML Quick Tour
ISO 26262 (Functional Safety standard) Quick Tour
Automotive SPICE System V-Model Quick Tour

Requirements Analysis Techniques
• Requirement Verification & Validation patterns for Automotive domain
• Specifying functional requirements with Use Cases and SysML Requirements
• Specifying performance and safety requirements
System Analysis Techniques
• Functional Analysis and System Analysis patterns for Automotive domain
• Define system functions with Activity diagrams
• Define logical structures and parameters with Block diagrams
• Requirements traceability for System Analysis
Diagram Techniques
• Use Case, Requirement, Activity, Block Definition

AUTO DSM + SYSML – INTERMEDIATE [Module# ADSMS-102]
System Design Techniques
• System Design patterns for Automotive domain
• Specifying system components with Block Definition and Internal Block Diagrams
• Specifying parametric constraints with Parametric diagrams
• Specifying system dynamic behavior with Sequence and State Machine
• Requirements traceability for System Design
Allocation Techniques
• Basic Requirement, Structure and Behavioral Allocation patterns
• Design Structure Allocations: Software, Hardware (Electronic), and Mechanical Blocks
Diagram Techniques
• Block Definition, Internal Block, Sequence, State Machine, Parametric, Package, Allocation tables

AUTO DSM + SYSML: ADVANCED [Module# ADSMS-103]
Test Techniques
• Reusing and refining System Design Sequence diagrams for Test Cases
• Defining Unit, Integration, and System Test Cases
• Test Case Verification & Validation
Model Management
• Models, Views, Model Libraries
• Model-Based Architecture Frameworks
Advanced Topics
• Model-Based Simulation: Activity & Parametric diagrams
• Customizing SysML for work domains
• Model-based process selection and customization
• Modeling tool selection and customization
• Planning your transition to a MBSE approach
AUTO DSM + SYSML: BASIC MODELING TOOL – Choose one… [Module# ADSMS-111]
Choose among popular SysML-compliant modeling tools, including: Sparx Enterprise Architect, MagicDraw, Visual Paradigm, UModel, and Astah. Other SysML-compliant modeling tools available on request.
Topics
• Projects and diagrams
• Generating documentation
• Importing/exporting models
• Requirements Verification & Validation
• Model validation and metrics
• Model simulation/execution
• Team modeling
Diagram Techniques
• Use Case, Requirement, Activity, Block Definition, Internal Block, Sequence, State Machine, Parametric, Package, Allocation Tables

AUTO DSM + SYSML: PROJECT PRACTICUM [Module# ADSMS-121]
The project practicum provides an opportunity to apply MBSE + SysML modeling principles and best practices to solve project modeling problems in a creative and supervised workshop environment. The practicum can be used to facilitate:
• MBSE + SysML model peer reviews
• MBSE + SysML model revisions and extreme makeovers
• SysML customizations (Profile w/ Stereotypes, Tagged Values, Constraints) specific to the Automotive Domain
• Advanced MBSE + SysML modeling tool techniques including, but not limited to, behavioral model simulation, automated code generation, automated document generation, etc.
Students can identify Project Practicum problems in advance, or Instructor will work with students to identify them.


OPTIONAL LEARNING MODULES

AUTO DSM + SYSML: MODEL-BASED REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING [Module# ADSM-104]
Intro to Model-Based Requirements Engineering (MBRE)
ISO 26262 (Functional Safety standard) Quick Tour
Automotive SPICE System V-Model Quick Tour

Requirements Analysis Techniques
• Requirement Verification & Validation patterns for Automotive domain
• Specifying functional requirements with Use Cases and SysML Requirements
• Specifying non-functional requirements: performance, safety, reliability, quality, etc.
• Defining ISO 26262 functional safety requirements with SysML Requirement and Activity diagrams
• Verification & Validation of requirements across the System V-Model
• Working with Requirements stored in Requirements Management tools (DOORS, Integrity, etc.)
AUTO DSM + SYSML: MODEL-BASED DESIGN & SIMULATION [Module# ADSM-105]
Intro to Model-Based Design & Simulation
Simulating SysML Behavioral Diagrams
• Understanding underlying computational models
• Simulating Activities, Sequences and State Machines
Simulating SysML Parametric Diagrams
• Understanding constraints and constraint propagation
• Simulating Parametric diagrams for Trade Studies
AUTO DSM + UML 2: MODEL-BASED DESIGN & CODE GENERATION [Module# ADSM-106]
Intro to Model-Driven Design & Code Generation
Forward Engineering: Model —> Code
• Generating software code from models
• AUTOSAR Profiles for code generation
Reverse Engineering: Code —> Model
• Generating models from software code
Round-Trip Engineering: Code <—> Model
• Maintaining consistency with software code and models
AUTO DSM + UML 2: CYBER ARCHITECTURE [Module# ADSM-107]
Intro to Network Architecture & Cyber Architecture
CAN Bus Quick Tour
Topics

  • Specifying network communication protocols
  • Defining network topologies
  • Specifying network nodes
  • Defining cybersecurity devices
  • Specifying cyber attacks and defenses
  • Modeling & Simulation Tools: Open Source & Commercial

Why Train with Us? : PivotPoint Training Advantages

  • Flexible & Customizable Learning ModulesAll workshops are based on flexible learning modules that can be mixed-and-matched and tailored to meet your team and project needs.
  • Choice of Onsite or Online (Virtual) Training DeliveryAll training workshops can be delivered onsite or online based on your training needs and preferences.
  • Learn from Bona Fide Expert InstructorsAll workshops are authored and taught by Model-Based Engineering experts with 10+ years practical application experience who are passionate about the technical subjects they teach.
  • Frequent Q&A + Hands-On Practice Sessions with Client-Selected Project ProblemsAll workshops emphasize frequent Q&A and hands-on practice sessions using Client-selected problems from actual work projects!
  • Best Value for Your Training BudgetWe strive to provide the best value for your training budget by providing the highest quality training experience at competitive prices. Check out our distinguished international Client list and Testimonials about the effectiveness of our training. We offer volume discounts for multiple workshops ordered at the same time, and special discounts for Small Groups (6 or fewer students), Non-Profits, Educational Institutions, Research Organizations, and Government Direct organizations, (Departments, Agencies, FFRDCs), etc.
  • Optional Follow-Up Consulting & CoachingAll workshops can be followed up with both Onsite and Online (Virtual via webconference) Consulting and Technical Coaching services that will keep your Model-Based Engineering project on track.
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