PolarSys will be featured at Incose 2015, Seattle, WA in our own booth and on stage. The booth will include demos by the technical experts behind the Papyrus and Capella Solutions and the opportunity to find out how you can get involved! The main program includes the following talks and tutorial by members of the PolarSys community.
- From initial investigations up to large-scale rollout of an MBSE method and its supporting workbench: the Thales experience - 4.2.1: Architecture Design - Jean-Luc Voirin, Stephane Bonnet, Veronique Normand, Daniel Exertier (Thales)
- Implementing the MBSE Cultural Change: Organization, Coaching and Lessons Learned - 5.4.1: Agile Systems Engineering - Stephane Bonnet, Jean-Luc Voirin, Veronique Normand, Daniel Exertier (Thales)
- Enabling System and Safety Co-Engineering based on standards - 4.8: Tutorial - Sebastien Gerard, Nataliya Yakymets (CEA, LIST)
Please join us on May 5th at 16:00 (CET) for a webinar about OpenCOSS leaders from Tecnalia and the University of York. We will use this webex. Only the 25 first attendees will have access to the webex. Others will have to watch the webinar record afterward.
PolarSys members will exhibit their solutions at the Eclipse booth. We are preparing lots of demos for the conference.
Gaël Blondelle will present a talk about Titan entitled "How to test complex systems?" on Wed Feb 25 at 13:30.
Come and meet us!
At least one PolarSys event per day at ECE 2014!
On Monday, at the Unconference, several topics for PolarSys like the Papyrus and OSLC hands-on, and sessions about Requirements Engineering and Maturity Assessment.
On Tuesday, the Papyrus and Modeling Technologies Developer Summit and the Modeling Symposium
10 good reasons to register for ECE, and to meet the PolarSys community!
PolarSys will be well represented at the OSS4MDE 2014 workshop with an introduction to PolarSys by G. Blondelle from the Eclipse Foundation, and presentations about Papyrus by S. Gérard from CEA and F. Bordeleau from Ericsson.