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White Paper: Successful Strategies for Implementing MBSE in New Product Development

There has been a lot of buzz about MBSE because it can help companies develop concepts at the system architecture level and assess the performance of these concepts against requirements. Unfortunately, there has been a lot of confusion as well.

This whitepaper compares a Model-Based Systems Engineering approach with traditional development methods and provides suggestions for how organizations can assess how they may benefit from implementing MBSE.

These benefits can include:
  • Shorter development cycles
  • Developing innovative systems with lower risk
  • Modeling the system in executable form rather than as a series of documents
  • Taking advantage of target / requirements cascading

About the Author

Matthew Loew has worked with and led New Product Development teams at Disney Imagineering, Joy Global, and Maverick Innovation Labs. Through these roles, and through his teaching at the Milwaukee School of Engineering he has developed expertise in best practices for modern Human-Centered Design, Advanced Modeling & Simulation, and Collaborative High-Performance Engineering Teaming Structures and Processes.

To download this white paper, please complete the form on this page. Your download of this white paper is sponsored by Dassault Systèmes.

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