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The Discovery Panel is currently in the recruitment phase. Click Here to register and participate!

Our Next Discovery Panel Project

Model-Based Systems Engineering (Part 1)

COE Discovery Panel provides a unique hands-on learning experience targeted at topics selected by the COE Membership.

The next Discovery Panel will help you traverse the path to a Model-Based Systems Engineering approach for complex product development. It starts with answering the question; why should you make this journey? 

You will see how Magic Grid transitions your stakeholder needs to system requirements and how operational concepts transition to a systems architecture. The value of standards like OMG’s Systems Modeling Language (SysML) will become obvious. 

You will learn how the Catia Magic portfolio fits within the overall systems engineering lifecycle.

The last session extends our journey to multi-disciplinary systems modeling and analysis.
There will be a two hour “working session” for three weeks in December to walk you through the journey, discuss options, and allow for questions. There will also be time for some hands-on experience

The event is free to any COE member. If you know someone in your company that would also be interested, we can help them register.

Sign up deadline is December 1st


Taking a test drive

COE members gain invaluable hands-on training with 3DEXPERIENCE through the COE Discovery Panel. The panel provides an opportunity to fully engage the software – to better understand its functionality and service – without spending the time and resources to setup your own environment and obtain licenses.

Participation Commitment

  • 2 hours per week for project calls
  • 2 hour optional conclusion session
  • Optional -- External "homework" activities

Participation Benefits

  • Access to DS Companion training
  • Expert direction & instruction
  • Hands-on exposure to the MBSE capability and sandbox environment
  • Collaboration with DS, Key Performance, and other COE volunteers

Hear the latest from the group by reading their blog here 

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