Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

This seminar is offered in China only and presented in Mandarin Chinese. The course materials are bilingual (English and Chinese).

As the complexity of products increases, traditional text-based systems engineering can no longer meet the needs. To solve the problem, Model-based Systems Engineering offers a unified communication platform among relevant staff by carrying out diagram-based unambiguous description, analysis and design for the demand, structure and behavior of complex systems in the form of a model. It, however, still remains a challenge to implement MBSE modeling and model-driven technology and application as well as its integration with the industry. This course will focus on the concept and meaning of MBSE, SysML modeling technology, model-driven technology and its implementation.

What Will You Learn

By attending this seminar, you will be able to:
  • Build a simple model based on SysML
  • Demonstrate use of the advanced extension mechanism of SysML
  • Explain how to use the MBSE model driven technology
  • Describe how to effectively implement MBSE

Is This Course For You

Systems engineers, chief engineers, product development engineers, and other technical personnel involved in the design of complex products in both the aerospace and automotive industries.

Materials Provided

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Course Requirements



  • Concept and Meaning of MBSE
    • Background of MBSE
    • Concept and Definition
    • Connotation Analysis
    • The application status of global and domestic research on MBSE
    • MBSE Advantage Analysis
    • Future Development Trend of MBSE
    • Summary
  • MBSE Modeling Language, Method and Tools
    • System Engineering and MBSE Overview
    • MBSE Standard Modeling Language SysML
    • MBSE Modeling Method
    • MBSE Modeling Tool
    • Summary
  • MBSE Model Driven Technology
    • Model-driven Automatic Design
    • Model-driven Toolchain Integration
    • Summary
  • MBSE - From Demonstration to Implementation
    • Preparation for Implementation
    • Formal Implementation Work
    • Summary