Make your own system engineering
workbench
Mélanie Bats,
Who am I ?
Complex systems ?
Multi-Activities & Multi-Domains
Mechanics Software
ManagementProcess, Quality...
Managing Complexity
What you want
You explain
They understand
You get
●
Master the increasing number of
interactions
– Share know-how
– Enhance Communication
●
Between teams
●
In extended entr...
A complex system = Wall-E
●
Independent Robot
●
Mission : clean the Earth
●
Must use solar energy
●
Protect itself when en...
You are unique
Your workbench too !
Build a specific workbench
Manage Requirements
Describe the system :
– System : SysML
– Software : UML ...
Provide tools f...
Requirements
●
Integrate RMF (Requirements Modeling Framework)
– based on the OMG ReqIF standard
– ProR editor for require...
System Definition : Use standards
●
Use existing standards available in Eclipse
– SysML :
http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/m...
System Definition :
Need custom tools
●
Eclipse Extension points
●
Fork existing tools
●
Use DSL to complete standards
– Create new DSL with EMF
– Integrate it to graphical modeler
– Create textual modeler wit...
●
Use DSL to complete standards
– Create new DSL with EMF
– Integrate it to graphical modeler
– Create textual modeler wit...
●
Use DSL to complete standards
– Create new DSL with EMF
– Integrate it to graphical modeler
– Create textual modeler wit...
Multi-Domain links
Safety
Quality, Process
...
System
Code
Performance
Multi-Domain links : System/Code
Generate code from UML model using Acceleo
Multi-Domain links :
System/Performance/Code
New DSL to specify timing constraints on UML model
Multi-Domain links :
Safety/System/Requirements
Link the Safety analysis
to the System model and
to the Requirements
Multi-Domain links : Quality, Process
●
Generate documentation with GenDoc2
●
Keep documentation consistency with Mylyn In...
Multi-Domain links : Quality, Process
●
Generate documentation with GenDoc2
●
Keep documentation coherency with Mylyn Inte...
Open to other tools
●
Eclipse based tools :
Symtas ...
●
Free-software :
OpenPSA ...
●
Proprietary software :
Statemate,
M...
Share data ?
●
CDO
●
Git, SVN
●
EMF Compare...
●
Use standards or custom ?
●
Profile or DSL ?
●
How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ?
●
How to work with a...
●
Use standards or custom ?
●
Profile or DSL ?
●
How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ?
●
How to work with a...
●
Use standards or custom ?
●
Profile or DSL ?
●
How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ?
●
How to work with a...
●
Use standards or custom ?
●
Profile or DSL ?
●
How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ?
●
How to work with a...
●
Thanks to the Eclipse constellation !
●
Missing : integration between tools and process
●
Future ?
– EPF to describe the...
Contact :
melanie.bats@obeo.fr
Questions ?
Pictures (CC by 2.0) :
http://www.flickr.com/photos/meddygarnet/
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EclipseCon Eu 2012 - Build your own System Engineering workbench

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How to build a satellite? What will be the first step? Go to your garage looking for the hammer? Launch Eclipse and start by writing code?

No, first step should be to take paper and pen to specify what should be a satellite ? Sensors, telescope, scan mirror, transmitter, antenna, solar cell array, batteries, computers and controls to operate everything...

How to manage the development of all these components of your system?

You have 2 choices:

just create specifications, forward them to realization teams, and pray to keep consistency
or use System Engineering to manage an inter-disciplines view of your satellite.
System Engineering provides system/sub-system decomposition, requirement specification, verification, simulation in a view to be able to manage the complexity of industrial products.

But, it's a mistake to think aerospace, automotive, energy, train, ... can use the same System Engineering method and vocabulary. They have different stakeholders and several dedicated certifications, and you will never find a common tool for all these industries.

So, you need to create modelers adapted to your domain, with enough flexibility to extend or improve them easily to better match your needs and requirements.

Based on existing Eclipse modeling software constellation, we will demonstrate how to fork existing designers and adapt them to build a system engineering workbench adapted to your Domain Specific Language.

We will also explain how to connect it to existing tools and standards. We will show several demos of customization for safety analysis, real time software, hardware design. Several industrial use cases will also illustrate this talk to prove this Eclipse based workbench can be deployed in large system teams.

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EclipseCon Eu 2012 - Build your own System Engineering workbench

  1. 1. Make your own system engineering workbench Mélanie Bats,
  2. 2. Who am I ?
  3. 3. Complex systems ?
  4. 4. Multi-Activities & Multi-Domains Mechanics Software ManagementProcess, Quality...
  5. 5. Managing Complexity What you want You explain They understand You get
  6. 6. ● Master the increasing number of interactions – Share know-how – Enhance Communication ● Between teams ● In extended entreprise – Avoid breaks in the process ● Adopt a « platform » approach – Address different issues – While keeping a common referential Managing Complexity
  7. 7. A complex system = Wall-E ● Independent Robot ● Mission : clean the Earth ● Must use solar energy ● Protect itself when encounter danger ● Communicate with other robots and humans
  8. 8. You are unique Your workbench too !
  9. 9. Build a specific workbench Manage Requirements Describe the system : – System : SysML – Software : UML ... Provide tools for different domains and navigation Generate documents for Quality assessment Wall-E workbench
  10. 10. Requirements ● Integrate RMF (Requirements Modeling Framework) – based on the OMG ReqIF standard – ProR editor for requirements engineering
  11. 11. System Definition : Use standards ● Use existing standards available in Eclipse – SysML : http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/modeling/org.eclipse.mdt.pap yrus/trunk/plugins/sysml – UML : http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/modeling/org.eclipse.mdt.pap yrus/trunk/plugins/uml
  12. 12. System Definition : Need custom tools ● Eclipse Extension points ● Fork existing tools
  13. 13. ● Use DSL to complete standards – Create new DSL with EMF – Integrate it to graphical modeler – Create textual modeler with Xtext System Definition : your own DSLs
  14. 14. ● Use DSL to complete standards – Create new DSL with EMF – Integrate it to graphical modeler – Create textual modeler with Xtext System Definition : your own DSLs
  15. 15. ● Use DSL to complete standards – Create new DSL with EMF – Integrate it to graphical modeler – Create textual modeler with Xtext System Definition : your own DSLs
  16. 16. Multi-Domain links Safety Quality, Process ... System Code Performance
  17. 17. Multi-Domain links : System/Code Generate code from UML model using Acceleo
  18. 18. Multi-Domain links : System/Performance/Code New DSL to specify timing constraints on UML model
  19. 19. Multi-Domain links : Safety/System/Requirements Link the Safety analysis to the System model and to the Requirements
  20. 20. Multi-Domain links : Quality, Process ● Generate documentation with GenDoc2 ● Keep documentation consistency with Mylyn Intent
  21. 21. Multi-Domain links : Quality, Process ● Generate documentation with GenDoc2 ● Keep documentation coherency with Mylyn Intent
  22. 22. Open to other tools ● Eclipse based tools : Symtas ... ● Free-software : OpenPSA ... ● Proprietary software : Statemate, Matlab/Simulink ... Interoperability
  23. 23. Share data ? ● CDO ● Git, SVN ● EMF Compare...
  24. 24. ● Use standards or custom ? ● Profile or DSL ? ● How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ? ● How to work with a large amount of data ? Warnings
  25. 25. ● Use standards or custom ? ● Profile or DSL ? ● How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ? ● How to work with a large amount of data ? Warnings
  26. 26. ● Use standards or custom ? ● Profile or DSL ? ● How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ? ● How to work with a large amount of data ? Warnings
  27. 27. ● Use standards or custom ? ● Profile or DSL ? ● How to keep consistency between inter- domain data ? ● How to work with a large amount of data ? Warnings
  28. 28. ● Thanks to the Eclipse constellation ! ● Missing : integration between tools and process ● Future ? – EPF to describe the process – Tool as Mylyn Context to link tool to process step ? Conclusion
  29. 29. Contact : melanie.bats@obeo.fr Questions ? Pictures (CC by 2.0) : http://www.flickr.com/photos/meddygarnet/

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