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Featured MBSE and Systems Engineering Webinars
All of Vitech’s webinars are recorded and available for on-demand viewing. Browse and watch any of our top webinars from the selection below.
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9 Laws of Systems Engineering
This webinar provides an understanding of why systems engineering is critical in any particular design effort. We visualize the processes of systems engineering and how they keep the design effort on track.
GENESYS and ModelCenter for MBSE 2.0
In this webinar, we will learn how to connect Vitech’s GENESYS with ModelCenter MBSE to allow engineers to perform architecture trade-off studies and validate system requirements using any software applications.
4 Ways to Put Your Model to Work
In this webinar, we will look at four ways you can make your descriptive architectural model work for you.
Systems Engineering your MBSE Deployment
This webinar shows how model-based systems engineering (MBSE) remains the focal point within the industry.
5 Steps for Improving Your Systems Engineering Practice
In this webinar, we talk about the five steps that we can utilize to improve our systems engineering processes.
Modeling the Management of Systems Engineering Projects
This webinar will describe the underlying structure of the systems engineering management model.
Exploring DoDAF and Other Architecture Frameworks in CORE
This webinar will discuss the origins of operational and system architecture principles and the overall approach taken by CORE to support the development of operational architectures.
Faster, Better, Cheaper – The Fallacy of MBSE
In this webinar, we learn about the three fundamental constraints of a project—scope, time, and cost.
Systems Engineering Architectures
In this webinar, we will present a systems engineering approach that involves considering the requirements and the four basic architectures, namely the capability architecture, the operational architecture, the system functional architecture, and the system physical architecture.
From Concept to Design: Making MBSE Real-Time
This webinar will focus on effective MBSE practices with CORE and GENESYS, enabling your team to improve the systems engineering journey from concept to design.
Failure Modes Effects Analysis
In this webinar, we observe how Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) is an approach for identifying the possible failures in a design, product, or service.
Characteristics of Model-Based Systems Engineering
This webinar shows how the rise of model-based systems engineering (MBSE) has greatly reduced the risk and cost of building complex systems at organizations that have embraced it.
Getting Started on Enterprise Architectures
This webinar explores the meaning of “enterprise architecture” as well as the role that systems engineers have in the development of enterprise architectures.
MBSE 2.0: A New Performance Level for Engineering Enterprises
This webinar discusses the complexity of problems and how they are continually changing.
Reimagining Systems Engineering
In this webinar, we will develop an understanding of how today’s challenges continue to grow in complexity, and how the pace of change continues to accelerate.
This webinar will focus on collaborative MBSE with GENESYS, delivering the right blend of methodology and tool support to improve the elicitation, capture, and communication of knowledge.
Ensuring Design Integrity: Executable Behavior and Parametric Constraint Analysis
This webinar focuses on two areas in system design that pertain to executable behavior and parametric analysis, functional architecture analysis, and linking descriptive architecture with analytical architecture.
GENESYS for CORE Users
This webinar will discuss the difference between GENESYS and CORE, migration from CORE to GENESYS, and the values that GENESYS brings to the systems engineering community.
Introduction to the GENESYS API
This webinar will provide an overview of the public application programming interface available as part of all licensed GENESYS installations.
GENESYS API – Parameters, Relationships, and Diagram Exports
This webinar will provide an overview of programmatic access to entity parameter values, traversal of relationships, and access to relationship attributes.