The promise of MBSE is to be able to progressively model and simulate systems behaviour in accordance with the needs & scenarios of usage, at any time.
Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a relatively young practice for developing complex systems. MBSE is the use of models to support systems engineering to both understand the problem and define an optimal solution to solve it whilst greatly minimizing costly and time consuming engineering changes late in the development cycle. The promise of MBSE is to be able to progressively model and simulate systems behavior in accordance with the needs & scenarios of usage, at any time. This promise is about avoiding the discipline specific tunnel effect and giving project stakeholders the ability to continuously monitor the evolution of system development. If in Aerospace & Defense MBSE is a standard practice, in other Industries it is a novelty. One of the key success factors of MBSE is to apply best practices based on a sound systems engineering methodology.
The Cyber MagicGrid methodology is an extension of MagicGrid. Its aim is to cover the overall development of the system and bridge the gap between system architects, product designers and engineers.
The Cyber MagicGrid methodology separates the problem (implementation free) and the solution (technology dependent).
The Cyber MagicGrid framework is applicable for a given system. It can be applied, completely or partially, and
recursively to each element of a system breakdown structure.
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