SysML v2 Modeling Tools
SysML v2 has not yet been completed and officially published as the successor to SysML v1. However, there are already the first announcements of modeling tools that support or plan to support SysML v2.
And of course, the users would like to get to know the new SysML v2, which is much better done with a tool than just reading the specification. For this purpose, among others, the SST team working on SysML v2 has also developed a pilot implementation that allows you to “touch” SysML v2.
To get an overview of the SysML v2 tool landscape, I recently did a survey on LinkedIn. I have collected the results in a list at list.ly. If you know of other tools, you can submit your own suggestions directly to list.ly. Alternatively, you can send them to me and I’ll post them there.
SysML v2 Tools
List of engineering tools that support SysML v2.
There's another list about SysML v1/MBSE tools: https://list.ly/list/23A-popular-sysml-slash-mbse-modeling-tools.
Future edition of Enterprise Architect
In this session, Sparx announces that they will support SysML v2 in the future. Currently, it is not supported.
See comment from Rokas: Dassault announced SysML v2 support at the MBSE symposium
SysML v1 is approaching it's usable life in smart product development, but SysML v2 will help define the future of MBSE solutions.
The latest monthly incremental release of SysML v2. Start here. - GitHub - Systems-Modeling/SysML-v2-Release: The latest monthly incremental release of SysML v2. Start here.
Is your feature request related to a problem? The SysML v2 Request for Proposal was released in December 2017. The final submission is expected in 2022Q2, with the final release probably in 2023. This feature request states our intent to...
Ansys safety & cybersecurity threat analysis software facilitates model-based safety analysis, safety concept creation, safety management and cybersecurity assessment for safety-critical electrical and electronic (E/E) and software (SW) controlled systems.
Inheritance of failure modes to consistently build analysis models based on SysML v2