Author: Gareth Digby

Reviewing the Class Diagram in GENESYS 4.0

The class diagram displays the static structure and composition of a system.  In GENESYS the class diagram allows us to show the Component entities (blocks) that describe a system and display their attributes and operations as well as key relationships among the entities.   The class diagram has its roots …

Adapting GENESYS™ for Your Specific Environment

Upon installation GENESYS is immediately able to support our customers’ typical model-based systems engineering (MBSE) activities. However, there are customers who are working in industry sectors that have specific needs. These needs can be driven by particular technologies that are being used in the solution but more typically these needs …

The Future of Fully Connected MBSE

Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) seeks to reduce rework and errors through the use of a central model that is accessible to all those involved in the engineering process. In traditional document-centric systems engineering, documents are the repository of information. The use of information requires the movement of information between documents, …

Introducing Systems Engineering

Systems engineering is not solely about technical engineering matters regarding a system or product.  Successful systems engineering alters the way an organization works and impacts the state of mind of the individuals within the organization towards systems engineering.  If handled incorrectly the introduction of systems engineering can place a number …