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Vitech offers multiple opportunities to increase your knowledge in systems engineering, DoDAF and MBSE. Each webinar is focused on providing program managers and systems engineers with a common framework - and approach - that can be utilized in the development and design of complex systems.


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  A video archive of past webinars can be found here.


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Upcoming Webinars


'Educating Engineers or Training Technicians?' with Zane Scott


Thu, Apr 20, 2017 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

Those of us engaged in instruction, be it live or web-based, are often asked to provide “practical examples” of the principles and techniques we are discussing. There is an intense desire to focus on application and avoid theory or concepts. The examples requested are deemed “practical” to the extent that they resemble the requester’s practice area. This seems practical and focused at first blush, but it disguises an underlying learning/teaching problem.

When we learn a discipline from the perspective of narrow, specific applications, we seriously limit the possibilities for using our knowledge. This webinar will explore the problem and its limitations and propose a perspective for breaking out of the paradigm that pulls us there.

Note: This webinar has no CORE-related content.


'Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) in Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE)' with Ron Kratzke


Tue, May 23, 2017 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an approach for identifying the possible failures in a design, product, or service. The FMEA process is used by many design teams to examine and improve their system architecture. In some commercial industries, a FMEA is required as a part of the product certification prior to product release.

This webinar will examine an approach for extending the model-based schema to capture key elements of the FMEA, failures and causes, and methods for relating the elements to the system design. Once a structure for capturing this information is provided, the webinar will examine options for ordering the failure modes and consequences based on occurrence and detectability, and options for producing FMEA reports.

Note: This webinar has GENESYS-related content.


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