Organizations in cross-industry are adopting model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approaches to develop efficient, multi-disciplinary product architectures that enable complex use cases and requirements. MBSE tools enable the development of formal models using the Systems Modeling Language (SysML) to capture the structure, interfaces, and interactions, and the allocation of behavior and requirements, etc. However, detailing the design definition for the planned architecture involves manual re-creation of relevant artifacts in domain-specific tools and linking them to maintain traceability. This leads to significant challenges.
HCL has teamed up with Siemens R&D and MBSE tool vendors to develop a unique approach to exchanging architecture artifacts between SysML models and the Teamcenter PLM backbone, breaking barriers between concepting and detailed engineering.
Watch this video for a demonstration of unique features such as single-click exchange of architecture definition, bi-directional synchronization of attributes, parameter integration, seamless handling of reused artifacts, and more. The presentation will also indicate the unique workflows and benefits enabled for the end users by these solutions.