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  In cooperation with Altran and with the support of the Eclipse Foundation, Obeo is pleased to invite you to Sirius Day in Eindhoven Nederlands, on April 24th. Whether you are interested by graphical modeling and looking for a technology to easily create your own modeling tool or you are already an advanced user of Eclipse Sirius, you should register to Sirius Day. Attend this one-day free conference to extend your knowledge about this Open Source technology, discover how it can be deployed in various industrial contexts and meet the European Sirius community. It will be an intensive day with industrial feedbacks, advanced features presentations and a hands-on session! DISCOVER THE WHOLE AGENDA Although Sirius Day is free of charge, places are limited. So hurry up! RESERVE YOUR SEAT  ...
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On March 8th, Frédéric Madiot (Obeo) will present a webinar about Obeo Designer Team and how its latest version unleash the power of Eclipse Sirius, the easiest way to get your own modeling tool.   Obeo Designer Team, the collaborative feature of the Eclipse Sirius' professional solution, enhances the users experience offering a real time collaboration, a precious time saved, and a standard data access. In this webinar, you will discover what we can do with Obeo Designer Team: data management from a shared repository, concurrent edition of the same models, implicit locking on modifications, instant publication of changes, ...   Discover the latest improvements brought by Obeo Designer Team 10.1.   RESERVE MY SPOT I 8th of MARCH I 4 PM TO 5 PM (GMT+1)   This webinar will be driven by Frédéric Madiot: Frédéric Madiot is Marketing and Products Manager at Obeo. He has more than 20 years of experience in Model-Driven Engineering....
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Obeo Designer Team 10.1 has been just published! This Obeo Designer collaborative feature allows users to store their models and representations created with Eclipse Sirius (diagrams, tables, matrices, trees) in a shared repository.   Version 10.1 brings significant performance improvements with the lazy loading of shared representations and the upgrade of CDO, the run-time persistence framework used by Obeo Designer Team.       This new release improves also the management of commit descriptions, allowing the users to better document their changes.   Discover more about Obeo Designer Team 10.1 and its new improvents on its website!...
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  Organized by Obeo and Thales, a Capella Day will be held in Stuttgart on March 13th. This one-day conference will be full dedicated to Capella, the open source Model-Based Systems Engineering solution. Bringing together the community of Capella and Arcadia, Capella Day is a unique opportunity to meet the Capella ecosystem’s members and to learn from their expertise.   Thanks to Capella Day, you will deepen your knowledge of the Capella workbench or, if you're new to the community, discover the latest plugins and extensions that will unleash the potential of Capella: documents generation, collaborative work or simulation.   At the agenda of Capella Day: presentation of Capella and its ecosystem, presentation of Capella add-ons, concrete industrial use-cases.   Want to learn more about Capella and Capella Day? Feel free to visit the dedicated page. There, you will be informed about the upcoming complete program. Also, do not hesitate to follow @Capella...
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Capella, the MBSE solution, is well represented in the latest Eclipse Newsletter of December, with no less than six attractive articles that describe the industrial needs addressed by this solution, its methodology and features, and its ecosystem (add-ons, related technologies, working group, etc.).   The first article introduces the others, presenting the main benefits of a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to take the challenges of complex systems engineering, with a focus on Capella which implements a field-proven MBSE method. The second focus on the Arcadia method, on which Capella is based. Arcadia covers the methodology and the high-level conceptual ontology and viewpoints. Capella has been purposely-built to provide the notation and diagrams needed to create models that exactly fit with Arcadia’s approach. Then, next article is about Capella Studio, which is based on Kitalpha, an integrated development environment for the development of model-based workb...
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