No Magic and the University of Huntsville in Alabama (UAH) joined together last Thursday to host a one day Model Based Systems Engineering session (MBSE Day) for the local Huntsville community. We are proud to say the event was a resounding success. Over 50 people representing both industry and government attended to learn more about applying MBSE concepts using SysML and MagicDraw. Based on these results No Magic intends to schedule more of these events in Huntsville and in other hubs across the country. So make sure you follow updates on this blog and at NoMagic.com to have the newest information about our next workshop event.
The event featured multiple speakers, each describing different important aspects of MBSE. No Magic’s own team of Jason Wilson, Tom Pender and Kevin Jones gave presentations on topics related to MBSE, SysML notation and the use of our tool suite to bring them together. Additionally, Monte Porter of CSC and David Arterburn from the UAH also presented. Monte, a long time user of MagicDraw, presented the first topic on how MBSE can positively impact the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System or (JCIDS) process. Later in the afternoon, David presented on the work that UAH and his division at Rotorcraft are doing in regards to MBSE and how it can benefit the local industry.
Overall the event was a great experience for us as well as the attendees. Their support along with the UAH just shows why Huntsville is the leader in science and aerospace engineering fields.
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