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On December 11th and 12th, the international conference Euroforum, will be held in Munich, Germany. Etienne Juliot (Obeo) and Stéphane Bonnet (Thales) will attend this event dedicated to automotive software development, presenting Capella the Model Based Systems Engineering solution. At the same time, they will represent the Capella Industry Consortium, which supports the ecosystem around this MBSE solution.   As exhibitors at the Capella booth, Stéphane Bonnet and Etienne Juliot will be available to demonstrate how to design a complete system and facilitate collaboration between systems, software and hardware engineering with Capella.   They will also have the opportunity to present Capella during their talk, "Engineering Continuity from Wishful Thinking to Implementation". Etienne and Stephane will focus on how this Open Source solution addresses the challenges of increasing complexity in the automotive industry. Based on the Arcadia method, Capella is an MBSE solu...
Next Tuesday, the 21st of November, Laurent Delaigue will present a Webinar about "How to Collaborate and Generate Documents with Capella".   Your MBSE projects involve teams working concurrently? You need to produce many documents from the models of your systems? Attend this next Webinar to discover two Capella adds-on, the open source MBSE solution: Team for Capella & M2Doc. Register now and find all the answers your need and much more informations!TUESDAY, 21st of NOVEMBER | 4 PM - 5 PM (CEST)   Team for Capella allows users to collaborate on remotely shared models and representations, while M2Doc automates the production of MS Word™ files from your models.         These two solutions will be presented in two parts: First, a presentation of their context and their inputs. Second, a demonstration of their application.   The webinar will be driven by Laurent Delaigue who is an Eclipse Modeling consultant at Obeo in France. &nb...
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On October 3rd, Thales and Obeo will be gathered in a shared booth at the TNO-ESI Symposium 2017 in Eindhoven, to talk about their collaboration that connect them since 10 years, particularly via the Open Source solution Capella: the success story of a cooperation between a multinational as Thales and an ambitious SME creating open and innovative softwares as Obeo.   This solution is a comprehensive tool of Model-Based Systems Engineering integrating a tool-based methodology, Arcadia. Developed by Thales with the support of Obeo, Capella combines the opening and the simpleness of a ready to use solution. No need to be an industrial expert to use it.   The TNO-ESI Symposium is a one day free event, dedicated to the managing complexity in embedded systems engineering. It will include 2 key-notes, several talks, and an innovation market where Thales & Obeo will present some Capella demos:  Embedded methodological guidance Function-Structure-I...
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After the success of the webinar “How is Capella different”, we decided, in cooperation with Thales, to present it again on September 12th. Maybe you already draw boxes and arrows, you also model structure, data, interfaces, behavior, and you have to define your own modeling guidelines and objectives. So, what makes Capella different from the other modeling solutions out there? What is the scope of Capella and its corresponding methodology Arcadia? How can you benefit from nearly 10 years of MBSE return on experiment? Why is open source a game changer? How can you contribute to shape the future of your own engineering environment?   Find out every solution and all the answers you need by attending this next Capella Webinar!   Reserve my seat! TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th | 4PM - 5PM (CEST)   Meanwhile, have a look on how Capella is different and can be really useful with those case-studies from prestigious users.     This webinar will be dr...
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Capella is not only a mature open source Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tool. It's also a vibrant ecosystem with a growing community of industrial users, experts, and add-ons suppliers. Within this ecosystem, you benefit from:- helpful solutions to a wide variety of needs and concrete uses,- industrial feedback useful for your own projects,- a rich offer of add-ons and services. This ecosystem will soon be part of a sustainable structure: the Capella Industry Consortium (IC). Hosted by PolarSys, the Industry Working Group of the Eclipse Foundation, the Capella IC will gather MBSE tool stakeholders in a vendor neutral way with an open governance.   Attend the next Webinar to discover how to join the Capella ecosystem and use it as a framework for open collaboration and open innovation.   Reserve my seat! TUESDAY, JUNE 6th | 4PM - 5PM (CEST)   This webinar will be driven by Gaël Blondelle: Gaël Blondelle is Director of European Ecosystem Development at ...
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