live webinar

Model based systems engineering for heavy equipment

May 29, 2024 at 03:00 PM Coordinated Universal Time


Heavy equipment manufacturers and suppliers collaborating

Heavy equipment companies already struggle with product variations and complexity. When relying on document-based systems, between 30-70% of program schedule and resource time can be consumed by integration issues. This results in a traffic jam in your product development process.

Overcoming these bottlenecks requires a transformation from an unscalable “spec-design-build” approach, to an “integrate THEN build” process. Every product should start with a concept that provides the foundation and backbone for design development and decision-making.

Listen to this webinar and learn the value of integrated systems engineering & requirements and how this approach can smooth out your development process to enable continuous system integration.

What you will learn:

  • Why MBSE starts with an integrated product architecture
  • The importance of extending MBSE to suppliers
  • The Siemens approach to MBSE
  • How a IBM-Siemens partnership helps break down silos and creates a comprehensive digital thread
  • How to get started on your own MBSE journey with a maturity assessment

Heavy equipment manufacturing teams can design complex machines more efficiently and with less risk by embracing an MBSE approach. Register to get started on your own MBSE journey today.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Hendrik Lange

Industry Lead, Heavy Equipment

Hendrik Lange holds the position of Industry Lead Heavy Equipment Industry for Siemens Digital Industries Software. In his role, Hendrik is focused on driving the DI SW strategic direction for this Industry. This includes the Go-to market activities and the Heavy Equipment specific solution definition to provide value to our customers.

Previously to this assignment, Hendrik had the responsibility of global Solution Director for the Automotive & Transportation Industry, was responsible for Automotive Industry Marketing in EMEA and worked in different roles in Pre-Sales, Post-Sales and Business Consulting in Germany.

Before joining Siemens in 1999, Hendrik worked for EDS in Germany and in Charlotte, NC. He holds a Master Degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in mechanical engineering.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Mark Sampson

Systems Engineering Evangelist

Mark Sampson is a Systems Engineering Evangelist for integrating systems engineering and requirements within Siemens Industry Software business solutions. After graduating with a BS in Computer Engineering from BYU and a MS in Systems Engineering at USC, Mark started his career at Texas Instruments, survived a successful bootstrap startup, and eventually ended up at Siemens with a breadth of 30 years’ experience applying Systems Engineering processes, methods, and tools in a variety of industries and well-known brands—high tech, automotive, defense, aerospace, medical devices, consumer products, and others—while teaching graduate SE courses at SMU in his spare time. Mark is INCOSE’s MBSE Initiative Chair and member of the Technical Board overseeing scaling/transforming Systems Engineering (SE) to a model-based discipline, including efforts in data exchange (ISO STEP), system modeling standards (SysML), the popular International MBSE Workshops, MBSE Wiki, SE Tools Database (SETDB).