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1) Digital Engineering - MBSE with SysML in PLM 3DEXPERIENCE Platform from Architecture to Analysis and Design

We got new product request. New type of hearing Aid medical device. Our team of system engineers, business analysts, 3D CAD designers, product managers, and more started they work. Management is visionary and embrace digital engineering (DE) and MBSE. We as systems engineers shall keep all parties on single page, eliminating silos, and enabling DE and MBSE. 

In this simple step-by-step hands-on session, you will learn major integrations between MBSE with SysML together with design, analysis and model management capabilities in PLM as engineering and business model-based enterprise environment – 3DEXPERIENCE by Dassault Systèmes.

Session will cover five major integration points already available by this year plus we will talk about roadmap. We will cover System Architecture in SysML and: 

  • TRM - Requirements Management 
  • ENOVIA - Product Lines 
  • Process Composer - simulation, workflow automation, optimization 
  • FLXML – Design continuity
  • TRA – Traceability and baselines

2) Intro to Model Analysis and Simulation

In the field of engineering, computer-aided simulation has a broad scope of applications and its usage depends on the industry, role, or tool. Despite all the differences, the key benefits of simulation can be summarized in this way – simulation is usually cheaper compared to the building of the real thing and simulation can be utilized before the availability of a prototype. For these reasons, there is a real industry necessity to practice simulation techniques at the earliest possible stage of the product lifecycle. Nowadays, simulation can be applied on the system level models to tackle complex issues arising in the initial system architecture or behavior definition phases. 

Primary for these reasons, our tutorial 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. The tutorial will cover the foundational principles of SysML model execution. Therefore, the target audience should be people who have limited exposure to CATIA Magic Model Analyst tool but want to improve their knowledge about its capabilities and get a clearer picture of how system simulation could be applied in the early product lifecycle phases.   

Major topics that will be covered during the tutorial include:

  • Executable Model Structure
  • Executable Behavior Description
  • Usage of Parametric Diagram
  • Graphical User Interface Creation
  • Requirements Verification

Prerequisites: 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.

Methods: Presentations, discussions, and case study-based practical assignments

Course Materials: Slides and case study model

Instructors: Zilvinas STROLIA, Industry Business Consultant @ Dassault Systèmes

3) Introduction to UAF

The fourth industrial evolution, Internet of Things, and large-scale machine-to-machine interactions are driving digital transformation in the industry. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), as a new paradigm of capturing and analyzing knowledge about the system, is one of the core factors to drive this transformation. MBSE practices are more and more widely applied to system-of-systems (SoS) development, including enterprise and mission engineering.

Applying the Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) moves the architecture modeling effort to one that is an integral part of systems engineering, helping the system integrator to develop interoperable systems, with traceability to requirements and across views, using one integrated architecture model that enables impact analysis, gap analysis, trade studies, simulations, and engineering analysis. Moreover, the scope of UAF is expanded beyond defense architectures. It is generalized to be applicable to architecting SoS development for any domain.

This tutorial provides step by step introduction to UAF framework, showing how to how to leverage MBSE with architecture modeling in an integrated and disciplined approach. During the hands-on tutorial we will explain major UAF concepts and views, show how to trace model elements in different views, introduce UAF analysis techniques, and share the best practices for architecting complex systems and Systems of Systems. Tutorial is based on an industry case-study and features the creation of architecture, combining both theory and practice.

Audience:  Enterprise architects, system architects, system engineers, software architects and other stakeholders who will create and use models


  • Recommended (but not mandatory) understanding of SysML
  • Participants must bring their own computer with Magic Systems of Systems Architect (or Cameo Enterprise Architecture) installed. 

Methods: Presentations, discussions, and case study-based practical assignments

Course Materials: Slides and case study model

Instructor: Edita MILEVICIENE, Industry Business Senior Consultant @ Dassault Systèmes

4) Managing Projects in TeamWork Cloud (TWC)

Teamwork Cloud (TWC) provides teams of modelers with many capabilities. Those capabilities include a centralized repository to work collaboratively on models, provide access control, and version control of those models. This session will be a shortened versioned of our 2 day Teamwork Cloud training class. It will cover how to utilize these capabilities for the team. The modelers will learn about working in TWC on a project, how to use element level history, and a few others features from the modeling tool. Project Managers will learn how to set user and group permissions, along with understanding project usages structure, and discuss merge operations. The class will also cover how to share a models between other TWC instances. There will be live demos of these features in TWC. 

Audience: Modelers, Project Managers, and IT Administrators.

Methods: Presentations, discussions, live demos

Course Materials: Slides

Instructors: Chris KLOTZ, Industry Business Consultant @ Dassault Systèmes

5) System Architecture using SysML and MagicGrid V2

System architecture defines the system at the logical layer of abstraction. When applying the model-based systems engineering (MBSE), system architecture can be captured as a SysML model. However, SysML is just a language and must be utilized in combination with some modeling methodology.
MagicGrid is a modeling framework for specifying the requirements and architecture of a complex system. It empowers SysML and can be a good starting point for the MBSE adoption in an engineering project.

After introducing the MagicGrid Book of Knowledge (BoK) ed1 a few years ago, the framework has been approved by numerous companies as official MBSE methodology. During these years, the MagicGrid development team has received a lot of feedback from the users. Most of their comments, questions, and suggestions has turned into the updates of the framework, which are included in the latest edition of the MagicGrid BoK; for example, alignment of the MagicGrid workflow with technical processes of the systems engineering described in ISO 15288, addition of the Safety & Reliability pillar.

During the hands-on training, participants will learn:

  • The updates of the MagicGrid described in the MagicGrid BoK ed2
  • Modeling workflow defined by the latest MagicGrid
  • Models’ organization according to the MagicGrid


  • Understanding of SysML and modeling basics
  • Computer with Magic Systems of Systems Architect or Magic Cyber Systems Engineer (alternatively: Cameo Enterprise Architecture or Cameo Systems Modeler) installed

Methods: Presentations, discussions, and case study-based practical assignments

Course Materials: Slides and case study model

Instructors: Aistė ALEKSANDRAVIČIENĖ, Industry Business Consultant @ Dassault Systèmes, CATIA