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While Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has become largely synonymous with Systems Modeling Language v1 (SysML®) , they are different things! SysML is not alone a methodology, it is a general purpose (primarily graphical) language in which the paradigms and idioms of modern model-based systems engineering approaches can be implemented.

There is also no one single agreed definition of Model-Based Systems Engineering.

Perhaps the most important common characteristic of all Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approaches is the move away from document-intensive systems engineering to a fully integrated model-based approach that combines requirements engineering, structural modelling, behavioural modelling, functional modelling, interface specification, mathematical modelling, signal flow modelling, physical interaction modelling, and constraint mathematics, into a single model shared across teams under the principle of Single Source of Truth (SSOT).

Webel IT Australia is working in earnest on mapping selected parts of older systems engineering standards and strategies (such as those advocated in the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook and ISO15288) to MBSE with SysML.

To learn how to leverage SysML for MBSE attend our comprehensive IT Training course:

If you just want an overview of relevant languages, technologies, and tools please visit:

The following slides in our ultimate online guide to MBSE with SysML provide some historical context:

Please email or phone Webel IT Australia on +61 405 029 008 to enquire about our Model-Based Systems Engineering services!
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