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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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Upcoming Webinars


Evolving MBSE to Enable the Digital Future with David Long


Wed, Apr 25, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

For over 10 years, the systems engineering community has focused on transforming from document-centric to model-based techniques. But the challenge is not to transform systems engineering. The challenge is to transform the holistic engineering lifecycle. How must we evolve model-based systems engineering to enable the digital future?



'More Agile than Agile: A Layered Approach to MBSE' with Zane Scott


Tue, May 15, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

Solving complex problems in an agile and responsive manner has become the order of the day. Meeting this challenge while maintaining the discipline of the systems view is the focus of a layered approach to systems solution design. The layer-by-layer approach advances the design quickly and responsively without losing focus on system implications. It imposes design discipline without burdening the process and holds all four domains in relationship at every stage of development. This allows the approach to manage complex problems in an agile and responsive way with a high quality solution as its result.

This webinar discusses this layered approach to system design and improvement. It shows the way to a process that is more agile than the traditional plan-driven methods and at the same time, maintains a disciplined system view that avoids the pitfalls of component engineering. We will discuss the concept of systems thinking, see the importance of understanding the business process components of the system, and explore the delivery of capability that is value-adding for the customer.


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