Jul 152015
MBSE in Real-Life Space Exploration Projects

Systems engineering techniques have been used in spacecraft design, avionics, and engineering in general for over 60 years. At the moment, space exploration industries face new significant challenges: the largest optical and radio telescopes, missions to mars and exoplanets, reusable rockets, increase of small CubeSat satellites usage, service robots, and other. The constant increase in […]

Apr 162015
MBSE at Space Symposium

We were delighted to be invited to speak at 31st Space Symposium tech track and present MBSE usage for highly complex projects. At sold out tech track we shared the stage with Allan Lockheed Jr. (CEO of Allan Lockheed & Associates), Dr. Gordon Roesler Program Manager at DARPA, Jeff Greason founder and CTO XCOR Aerospace, […]

Oct 122014
Modeling & Simulation of CubeSat

CubeSats are a class of research spacecraft called nano satellites. The cube-shaped satellites are approximately: 10 cm long, have a volume of about 946 cm3, weigh about 1.4 kg. CubeSats are flown as auxiliary payloads on previously planned missions. MBSE for CubeSat: Generic CubeSat Reference Model and Simulation Challenge How do satellite states evolve throughout […]