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Systems engineering software

Embrace a "start integrated, stay integrated" mindset. Leverage the comprehensive digital twin to accelerate product development and deliver the products of the future efficiently, cost-effectively and sustainably.

Why use systems engineering software?

Contemporary products are smart and connected. They are premium quality, individualized, safe and sustainable. As they increase in complexity, so do their organizations.

The historical "build then integrate" approach is no longer sustainable. It often leads to missed requirements and late discovery of design issues, inevitably resulting in delays and cost overruns. Instead, to address these complexities, companies need systems engineering which emphasizes an "integrate then build" approach.

Amidst this growing complexity, how do you deliver next-generation products at half the cost, in half the time and with fewer resources?

Integrate the systems engineering model-based methodology, standard processes and tools with an open, interoperable and flexible product lifecycle management environment: system lifecycle management (SysLM).

What does systems engineering software do for you?

SysLM helps connect product architecture with system models and requirements to drive the downstream product development, linking all disciplines and processes.

It can help accelerate product development and significantly reduce program schedules and resources consumed in integration.

Accelerate the development of complex products

Capture customer requirements and connect them to the product lifecycle. Obtain product architecture to establish the digital thread relationships that drive multi-domain development. Drive requirements, parameters and functions into downstream development environments.

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System architecture modeling

  • Model operational scenarios traced to stakeholder requirements
  • Define, derive and refine functional definition
  • Model logical system with auto traceability to allocated functions
  • Define physical allocations and interfaces
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Definition and interface

  • Author and maintain system definition
  • Enable co-engineering on system definition
  • Enable design integration management
  • Manage system definition change and impact analysis
  • Manage integration of interface definition and design
Teamcenter X

30-day free systems engineering software trial

Start your Teamcenter X trial in minutes and learn to build your own model-based systems engineering solution. Integrate the resulting design by collaborating across suppliers and the internal organization — no installation required. We create the environment for you!

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Simcenter Engineering provided us with industry best practices for developing and using MBSE throughout the V-diagram. We now have a full understanding of how to accelerate our algorithm and verification activities for product development. Using Polarion also showed us how we can be more compliant and structured in order to meet functional safety standards, such as ISO26262.
Burt Chen, Project Manager, MobileDrive

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Frequently asked questions

Systems engineering software enables you to leverage digital tools and a comprehensive virtual replica (digital twin) of the real product. It empowers cross-functional teams to start with all systems integrated and connected to the whole set of requirements in the same product development environment.

With systems engineering software, you can develop products that are compliant by design with the entire set of use case scenarios (including mechanical, electrical, electronics and software requirements, as well as safety or sustainability aspects) in a timely and cost-effective way.

With an integrated systems engineering solution, you can leverage the comprehensive digital twin and an integrated approach to multi-domain engineering to realize the full potential of systems engineering. You can holistically define product use case scenarios and connect all product requirements and engineering disciplines in a single environment. Make the multi-domain digital twin accessible to all stakeholders, including suppliers, across functional disciplines and the entire product lifecycle with continuous integration. Manage complexities with confidence, build the right products and build the products right.

Our integrated systems engineering solution, Teamcenter, enables customers to start with an integrated product definition and optimized product architecture at the earliest stage of concept design. It ensures seamlessly integrated and scalable cross-domain engineering to help teams build the right product, while enabling continuous end-to-end verification and optimization to ensure the product is built right. Leveraging this level of integrated systems engineering will result in greater system performance, reduced costs, enhanced customer satisfaction and full compliance with ambitious safety and sustainability goals because customers are continuously integrated.

Learn more


Video | Integrated model-based systems solution makes the necessary connections for early error detection and resolution

On-demand webinar | Exploring digital threads with model based systems engineering


Podcast | The application of model-based systems engineering – Model Based Matters

Podcast | What is continuous verification – Model Based Matters


White paper | Getting started with systems engineering

Blog | How model-based systems engineering facilitates contextual E/E systems design

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