Automating the manual MBSE
Physical architecture is made up of technical drawings, diagrams, specifications and the arrangements, interfaces, assembly and integration configuration of the software product. As systems become more complex, engineers are no longer sharing documents to exchange information. They apply model-based systems engineering (MBSE) – the practice of developing a set of related system models to help define, design and document a system under development. Eliminating the dependence on traditional documents, the EU-funded PHAROS project will develop a fully instrumented, automated and simulation-enabled engineering software platform to automate the whole manual MBSE design process for physical systems architecture. To make the system engineer’s job easier, the project is working on the automation of MBSE with a machine-executable V-Model.
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Funding SchemeCS2-RIA - Research and Innovation action