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Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

Siemens provides the most comprehensive model-based systems engineering solutions for all industries including Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, and Heavy Equipment markets.

Introduction to MBSE

Combinations of electrical, mechanical and software domains add complexity to products across all industries. Watch this video to see how MBSE enables companies to deliver today's and tomorrow's products with confidence, and read about Siemens Software's commitment to SysML v2.

Start Integrated – Stay Integrated

Today’s design complexity demands continuous and integrated engineering across domains with systems digitalization. To learn more, download the Executive Brief.

Visual representation of the 5 pillars of model-based systems engineering
Optimize Your Architectures

Product Definition

Product Definition is an integrated set of information outlining the system requirements, their allocation of function, and the decomposition to the multi-domain architecture that defines the complete virtual product.

Engineer the Right Product

Connected Engineering

Connected Engineering drives cross-domain development utilizing Product Definition to ensure integration across functions, optimize design decisions, assess risks and impacts, expose defects and resolve issues across the most complex systems.

Build the Product Right

Continuous Verification

Continuous Verification occurs from the beginning of the product cycle through to the end. The action of continuous verification leverages architecture & simulation models and product context to measure achievement and compliance of requirements in closed loop testing.

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