Capella is a model-based engineering solution that includes a graphical modeling workbench that helps engineers build better architectures. Capella provides the tools necessary for engineering-wide collaboration through shared reference architectures and the ability to understand and define complex architectures.
Papyrus is the PolarSys solution for SysML and UML modeling. It relies on the underlying Eclipse platform and on other Polarsys and Eclipse-based offerings to fulfill lifecycle integration needs, such as a C/C++ IDE, source control (e.g. Git), and reporting.
Through its integrated support for UML and SysML modeling, Papyrus provides the basis for the adoption and use of Model Driven Engineering (MDE) and Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
In addition, partners have already built industrial tools based on Papyrus to support their domains and their customers.
OpenCert is a candidate for PolarSys Solutions, enhancing Safety-Critical Systems tooling. The proposed project will be based on OPENCOSS (www.opencoss-project.eu), a common assurance and certification tool framework for safety-critical embedded systems that spans different vertical markets for railway, avionics and automotive industries.
The 25th anniversary INCOSE Symposium, Seattle, July 13-16, was a great opportunity for us to grow interest in PolarSys and to present some of the most active members of our ecosystem. And, of course, to experience great demos of Capella and Papyrus.
This is the final installment in our series of talks presented at EclipseCon North America 2015. Marc-Andre Laperle takes us on a tour of Trace Compass, the PolarSys solution for building trace analyses and visualization tools. In the second video, Akos Horvath and Istvan Rath demonstrate how you can use Massif to bridge Matlab Simulink and Eclipse, including creating a user-friendly EMF model for Simulink.
If you are a reader of this blog, you should already be familiar with INCOSE - it is the "International Council on Systems Engineering", a not-for-profit organization with a mission to "share, promote and advance the best of systems engineering from across the globe for the benefit of humanity and the planet."
In Part 2 of our series from EclipseCon North America 2015, we're featuring Capella, the modelling workbench for Systems Engineering and the Kitalpha extension which can address specific engineering concerns with definitions for example, for new data, diagrams or user interfaces.