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Executable Models Best Practices in the Cyber Systems Domain
  • June 19 2024 - 6:30 am - 3:30 pm

Computer-aided simulation in engineering has diverse applications, tailored to specific industries, roles, or tools. However, its predominant advantages lie in its cost-effectiveness compared to physical prototyping and its ability to be deployed before a prototype is available. Therefore, exists a critical industry imperative to incorporate simulations at the earliest stages of the product lifecycle.

Our session is oriented to Systems Engineers who want to learn how they could leverage CATIA Magic tools model execution capabilities to simulate their initial systems architecture and behavior description. It will delve into the fundamental principles of SysML model execution, making it suitable for individuals with limited exposure to the CATIA Magic Model Analyst tool. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of how system simulation can be applied in the early stages of the product lifecycle.

The tutorial will be held as a hands-on tutorial and for the best experience, participants are recommended to have a computer that can support CATIA Magic tools system requirements. Required installation package and licenses will be provided during the tutorial, therefore, for the participants it is not essential to have the software before the session.