Discover both Capella and Arcadia with an example of product design
Learn how to build a toy catapult system thanks to the Arcadia method and the Capella open MBSE tool.
In this Webinar, We:
- Distinguish between systems engineering, which is concerned with the entire design-build-test-deploy cycle of systems development, and systems architecture, which is concerned
with system concept development and architectural design.
- Contrast the System Modeling Language, SysML,
appropriate for systems engineering, with the more focused tool, Capella, and its associated methodology, Arcadia,
which is more appropriate for systems architecture development.
- Provide an overview of the attractive features of Capella,
from the point of view of initiating modelers into the language of systems architecture and briefly demonstrate our longer free public tutorial.
This webinar was driven by Professor Peter L. Jackson
Pr. Jackson is Head, Engineering Systems and Design Pillar at Singapore University of Technology and Design. He served as the Director of the Cornell University Systems Engineering Program and led the introduction of its online Master of Engineering degree program in systems engineering ranked in the top eight such programs by US News and World Report. He published over thirty articles and is the author of an introductory text on systems engineering, 'Getting Design Right: A Systems Approach'. He is a celebrated instructor of industrial engineering and the creator of dozens of experiential learning games and tools.