This one-day event brings together the community of Capella and Arcadia:
Capella is an open-source and field-proven Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) solution to successfully design systems architecture.
It provides systems, software and hardware architects with rich methodological guidance relying on Arcadia, a comprehensive model-based engineering method based on both industrial experimentations and system engineers' feedback
Natively supporting Arcadia , Capella can be customized to fit the specific needs of many industrial domains.
Capella Day is your opportunity to meet the Capella ecosystem's members and to learn from their expertise.
Deepen your knowledge of the Capella workbench or, if you're new to the community, discover the latest plugins and extensions that will unleash the potential of Capella.
|08:45 - 09:15||Coffee|
|09:15 - 09:30||Welcome and Introduction|
|09:30 - 10:30||
Capella and Arcadia
|10:30 - 11:00||Break|
|11:00 - 12:30||
Feedbacks on Experience
Other talks to be confirmed
|12:30 - 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 - 15:10||
Add-ons and Integrations | Session 1
|15:10 - 15:40||Break|
|15:40 - 16:40||
Add-ons and Integrations | Session 2
|16:40 - 17:20||
Community and Ecosystem
During this panel, you and the speakers will discuss about Capella adoption and perspectives.
Model-based systems engineering has developed significantly over the last few years, resulting in an increased usage of models in systems specification and architecture description. The question of the positioning of requirement engineering versus MBSE is a recurrent one.
This talk describes one vision of this articulation where textual and model requirements actually complete each other. The results are improved contracts across engineering levels and more formalized V&V practices.
|Stéphane Bonnet is in charge of Thales Corporate MBSE Coaching and Design Authority of the Capella open source modeling solution. For the last ten years, he has led the development of Capella and has been an active contributor to the Arcadia model-based method for systems, hardware and software architectural design. In Thales, he is animating a wide community of modeling experts from all domains and countries to investigate low-maturity modeling topics, capture end-user needs, and orient method and workbench roadmaps.|
The importance of mission or safety-critical software systems in many application domains of embedded systems is continuously growing, and so is the effort and complexity for reliability and safety analysis. Model-based system engineering (MBSE) is currently one of the key approaches to cope with increasing system complexity.
With Component Fault Trees (CFTs) there is a model- and component-based methodology for safety analysis, which extends the advantages of model-based development to safety & reliability engineering. In this talk, we demonstrate how to ease the development of safety-critical systems in industrial practice by extending MBSE in Capella with model-based safety analysis using Component Fault Tree methodology.
|Marc Zeller works as a research scientist at Siemens AG, Corporate Technology, in Munich since 2014. His research interests are focused on the model-based safety and reliability engineering of complex software-intensive embedded systems. Marc Zeller studied Computer Science at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and graduated in 2007. He obtained a PhD from the University of Augsburg in 2013 for his work on self-adaptation in networked embedded systems at the Fraunhofer Institute for Embedded Systems and Communication Technologies ESK in Munich.|
MapleMBSE is an Excel-based tool that makes it easy for every stakeholder to engage with the Systems
Engineering project without requiring them to be an expert in your primary SE tools.
MapleMBSE makes broad engagement possible with Excel-based, task-specific interfaces for each activity in the systems design process.
By giving all stakeholders access to the process through a live, two-way connection to systems model, you can ensure that all stakeholders can collaborate through the “single source of truth”, allowing them to work faster, avoid errors, and reduce unbudgeted costs.
This presentation will demonstrate how MapleMBSE can be used for several use-cases on the Capella platform, based on Maplesoft’s experience with NASA JPL in the US and Nissan in Japan.
|Bharani is an MBSE specialist, and facilitates the improvement of the overall user
experience throughout the model-based system engineering process.
He works with customers to enhance their use of Maplesoft’s MapleMBSE platform, providing guidance and assisting with issues. He also supports the development of specific MapleMBSE features to encourage broader adoption.
With a background in Aerospace Engineering, Bharani has experience applying MBSE design methodologies in conceptual design of aircraft systems architecture, and translating design requirements into system architecture.
|Paul Goosseens is Vice President MBSE Solutions at Maplesot. A mechanical engineer by
background, he has over 25 years of experience in technical and business management,
primarily in advanced computational technologies for engineering applications.
He has built a strong reputation as an expert in modeling, simulation and analysis of complex multi-domain systems for virtual prototyping and control software testing, spending a good part of his career promoting model-based methodologies within the automotive, aerospace and manufacturing industries.
He currently manages the Model-based Systems Engineering business unit at Maplesoft, charged with executing strategies for the development of new markets, product planning, sales and marketing support, service business development, and strategic partnerships.
To be published soon
|José Fuentes obtained his degree in Information Science at the Carlos III University of
After getting his degree, he founded, together with other 5 colleagues, an SME with the vision of streamlining the software development processes. After some years as product manager for some software tools aimed at software engineers, he and his company turned into the systems engineering discipline.
His professional experience is focused on the Management of software development projects, as well as training and consultancy activities related to project management (PMP), CMMI, requirements management… For more than 10 years, he’s been leading the team of developers in charge of creating the suite of tools Requirements Quality Suite in The REUSE Company.
This includes from the research stage to the commercialization stage.He has participated as the main company researcher in several EU projects like: AUTOSoft (4FP: SPRIT Project 25762) aiming to provide tools and methods for software reuse; and CRYSTAL (ART Call 2012: 332830) taking up the challenge to establish and push forward an Interoperability Specification (IOS) and a Reference Technology Platform (RTP) as a European standard for safety-critical systems. AMASS (ECSEL no 692474) in the field of assurance and certification of Cyber-Physical Systems; or REVAMP2 (ITEA3 No. 15010) aiming to conceive new generations of Product Lines. José is now COO at The REUSE Company, dealing with customers and partners in the fields of aerospace, defence, automotive, railway…
José is also actively collaborating with INCOSE. His main activity within INCOSE are: Member of the board of AEIS, the Spanish Chapter of INCOSE ; Technical director of AEIS ; Managing relationships with CABs at AEIS ; Main contributor to the INCOSE Guide for Writing Requirements ; Member of the Requirements and Ontology Working Groups
When designing real-time systems, one issue is to grant that the system will always behave properly
within the expected time constraints.
By capturing the design choices in Capella (periodic/sporadic events, precedence relation between tasks, network communication between resources, mutual exclusion resources, etc.), Tideal viewpoint not only allows to compute the worst-case execution time for end-to-end flows traversing the system but also provides some feedback to the architect to better understand the temporal behavior of the system.
|Benoit Viaud leads Artal’s System Engineering unit. He initiated the creation of Citrus, a one-stop-shop engineering framework for simulation and is deeply involved in its deployment in Airbus. He also carries out coaching and consulting activities around Capella.|
The current industrial trends related, among others, to digital twins or large scale systems of systems, drive companies to using MBSE tools such as Capella. However, these tools have to be part of the overall ecosystem of tools used by such companies (e.g. complex systems manufacturers).
One example is the integration with a PLM solution, that we will illustrate by explaining how we have integrated Capella and Teamcenter by developping System Modeling Workbench.
Beyond technical aspects (build the product, managing its lifecycle with regards to constraints brought by the market and by the open source processes, etc.) we will also discuss the organization of the collaboration needed to perform this kind of integration project.
|Laurent Delaigue has been working in the field of model engineering for 15 years. As a modeling consultant at Obeo for 10 years, he participates in numerous modeling projects generally based on open-source technologies such as Acceleo, Sirius or Capella.|
A common need in system architecture design is to verify that if the architect is correct and can satisfy its requirements. Execution of system architect model means to interact with state machines to test system’s control logic. It can verify if the logical sequences of functions and interfaces in different scenarios are desired.
However, only sequence itself is not enough to verify its consequence or output. So we need each function to do what it is supposed to do during model execution to verify its output, and that is what we called “system simulation”.
This presentation introduces how we do model execution in Capella, and how to embed digital mockup inside functions to do “system simulation” with a higher confidence.
|Renfei Xu is the technical manager of MBSE solution in Glaway. He has participated in many pilot projects of MBSE in areas like Engine Control, Avionics, Mechatronics and so on. In recent years, he is responsible for the deployment of MBSE using Capella and ARCADIA methodology in a Radar research institute.|
|Wenhua Fang is the Director of Systems Engineering in Glaway. He has more than 12 years
of working experience in SE.
He is responsible for more than 10 implementation projects of MBSE in areas like Aircraft, Engine Control, Avionics, Automotive and so on. In recent years, he leads the team to deploy MBSE in China(including using Capella and ARCADIA methodology).
Capella Day, will be held at the Novotel Munich City, Germany.