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PolarSys Capella IC Announced

A proposal has been made to establish the Capella Industry Consortium (IC) at PolarSys.

The vision of the Capella IC is to host the Capella Ecosystem stakeholders in a vendor neutral way, organized by an open governance model. It will allow them to better collaborate, share investment and best practices, and leverage Open Innovation to co-develop new MBSE capabilities.

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Papyrus 2.0.3 Neon.3 Released

The Eclipse Papyrus 2.0.3 Neon release is now available!

Papyrus 2.0.2 Neon.2 Released

The Eclipse Papyrus 2.0.2 Neon release is now available!

Capella 1.0.3 Released

The latest version of Capella is now ready to download. Learn more about Capella's capabilities on the project site.

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Learn more about Capella 0.8.7 and 1.1.0

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Papyrus-RT in Argentina

Congratulations to my minions, Nicolas Hili, Juergen Dingel, and Alain Beaulieu, for getting their “Modeling and Code Generation for Embedded Real Time Systems with UML-RT and Papyrus-RT 1.0” technical briefing accepted at the 39thICSE!

First Papyrus IC Research/Academia webinar of 2017

If you’ve been following this blog, you already know that I have an Industry Consortium.

And if you looked at the Papyrus Industry Consortium’s (PIC) website, you also know that it has a Research and Academia Committee!

And that committee is known to hold very interesting webinars about various aspects of modeling, open source, and, of course, ME!

SE Trends looks at Papyrus-IM!

Earlier this month, The Systems Engineering Trends blog featured an article from my friend Michael Jastram about one of my variants: Papyrus for Information Modeling (or Papyrus-IM for short). You might remember Michael from earlier this year (see here)

For those who do not know, Papyrus-IM is:

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