What if Artificial Intelligence (AI) could play the artist’s role in the SAMS approach and do the visualization task in real-time by just listening in to team discussions during systems analysis? Whether this is entirely realistic with today’s technological means is still under investigation. Still, it will be shown further below that it is easy with off-the-shelf AI tools to get close to the stated vision.
Today, I had a chat with ChatGPT. Since I’m giving an INCOSE webinar on FAS, later on, I tested how well ChatPGT can do FAS. I provided some context in the first prompt but otherwise did not specify anything. The result is amazing. The functional grouping, which is an architectural decision, is not bad. If… Read more
Read the blog or watch the video at the end (or both :-)! I remember an inspiring exchange with a visionary about 20 years ago. He told me that he would like to have a black box that would simply implement his ideas for him. Instead of focusing on the actual engineering, you spend most… Read more
What impact will AI have on MBSE? I’m pretty sure the impact is big, but what does it mean specifically? What is already going on, what can we expect in the future, and what role does MBSE play in the context of AI? Do we even need MBSE anymore?
The company Vitech is very well known in the MBSE community, especially as a tool vendor of the MBSE tool GENESYS. For the second time, they have been hosting an MBSE conference that also goes beyond their own tools. Integrate23 fosters discussions around digital engineering, focusing on open and connected solutions. Integrate23 has 40+ sessions with… Read more
SysML v1.7 will be the last SysML v1 version. There is only one small change in the notation. The compartment heading “allocatedFrom” has been renamed to “allocated”. You can find all changes of SysML v1.7 in the blogpost What’s new in SysML v1.7. You will find the new SysML v1.7 reference card on the Download… Read more
Everyone is looking at SysML v2, but at the same time, a new version of SysML v1 has been released. The SysML v1.7 is very likely the last SysML v1 version. This blog post provides a brief overview of the changes in SysML v1.7.