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TNO, Obeo and Altran manage the complexity of high-tech systems Bridging the innovation gap  Bringing advanced development methodologies for software engineering to the market During the ESI symposium on 9 April, TNO, Obeo and Altran signed a memorandum of understanding to work together on solutions for this complexity. The theme of the ESI symposium is "Intelligence, the next challenge in system engineering"? More than 500 system engineers from the broad high-tech industry and academic network of ESI attended the symposium.  The high-tech industry supplies products of ever-increasing complexity. This complexity is such that insight, perspective and, at the same time, keeping a grip on the details have become a great challenge and not a foregone conclusion. No matter how good system engineers are, the human brain can no longer simply grasp this complexity. ESI, part of TNO, has been working for years in open innovation with partners from the high-tech industry and academ...
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This year, SiriusCon came from a physical event to an online conference, still dedicated to graphical modeling tool and more specially to the powerful technology, Eclipse Sirius. As you know Sirius is a global solution used worldwide and we decided that SiriusCon will follow the wave by going live and online! Each of the first three SiriusCon editions confirmed that the Eclipse Sirius community is enthusiastic about it. During this free event, organized by Obeo with the support of the Eclipse Foundation, attendees benefited from users feedback, advanced features presentations, and demonstrations. Since the 6.0 release, Sirius is embracing the web and the cloud... The team is working hard to enable you to also execute your own modeling workbench in a web browser. Sirius is a global solution used worldwide within today's seamless world! SiriusCon 2018 kept the same spirit between friendship and exclusive content from the Sirius expert team. But this year, during two half-days (to ov...
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Following Siemens PLM Software and Obeo partnership, Siemens Model-Based Systems Engineering offer enriched its multi-domain digital twin with two technologies to increase product efficiency and innovation ability. Built in partnership with Obeo, System Modeling Workbench (SMW) for Teamcenter® has just been announced by Siemens. SMW integrates Capella, the open and field-proven solution for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and SysML general purpose modeling language for engineering. With SMW, customers can create and capture an integrated, multi-domain digital twin (a consistent virtual representation of their physical product). They get a better understanding of their customer needs, benefit from engineering-wide collaboration and complete master verification and validation. Customers can build-up knowledge, analyze and share it with their stakeholders within the context of the product development lifecycle. Existing data is always reliable and accurate. ’The best way to find...
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We are pleased to announce a worldwide partnership with Siemens PLM Software and Obeo! Siemens’ new partnership with Obeo uniquely enables multi-disciplinary solutions for Model Based Systems Engineering across all major engineering disciplines. It will greatly complement Siemens’ Multi-Domain Engineering capability by providing highly flexible modeling solutions, engineering methodologies and industry-specific process templates. These offerings allow customers the flexibility to either use standard modeling languages, such as System Modeling Language or Capella MBSE Tool, or to apply their own process methodology.       As the vice-president and cofounder of Obeo, Etienne Juliot, said: 'With this partnership, Obeo brings users of Siemens PLM Software the benefits of closed-loop model integration between product architecture and downstream engineering'. Discover the whole press release Have a look at articles talking about that news: Intelligent Aer...
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Last week the beautiful city of Eindhoven in the Netherlands has welcomed Sirius Day Eindhoven, a special event dedicated to Eclipse Sirius, the open source graphical modeling tool to make your own modeler. More than 60 attendees joined us at Altran where Sirius experts, newcomers and advanced users gathered to shared about Sirius. No debate: the Sirius community and the interest for this open source modeling tool are growing! We would like to adress a special thanks to all the Sirius Day speakers and to the attendees. Thanks also to Altran Netherlands B.V. which welcomed us for this intensive and friendly day! The agenda was a mix of general presentation, concrete use-cases from industrial ASML, Philips Healthcare and the Dutch research group TNO-ESI, a hands-on session and an advanced users workshop. If you want to have a look at the slides or at the pictures taken there, please feel free! We hope you enjoyed that day as much as we did. Stay tuned to be informed of the next Siri...
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