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Systems Modelling & Simulation Community Meeting

Systems Modeling & Simulation Community Meeting

Tuesday 12th April 2022

16:00 BST (London), 17:00 CEST (Berlin)
08:00 PDT (Los Angeles), 11:00 EDT (New York)



  • Opening of Meeting - Frank Popielas (Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group Vice Chair)
  • Presentation - 'Capabilities for Systems Analysis developed by Dassault Aviation within EXCELAB (EXtended Collaborative Engineering LAB) Project' - Eric Thomas, Dassault Aviation
  • The presentation deals with a new process, which tries to be more flexible and efficient, for collaborative development of aircraft systems. For Dassault Aviation, it is based on standards such as SysML and Modelica/FMI; and process and tools (Dassault Systèmes 3DExperience ...) to enable it. In particular it tries to bridge the gap between traditional MBSE world (often described using SysML/UML ... standards) and Analysis world (here based on Modelica/FMI) to design complex systems in cooperation. The process is built on many bricks developed during several projects and is currently enhanced within the DGAC EXCELAB project with other major airframers and design partners to get a common global method for efficient collaborative development of future aircrafts.

  • Update from the Terms & Definitions Focus Team - Greg Garstecki, Terms & Definitions Focus Team Lead


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The SMS Community

The SMSWG communicates to the wider engineering community via the Systems Modeling and Simulation Community. The SMS Community consists of individuals who are either NAFEMS or INCOSE members who have an interest in the topic of Systems Modeling and Simulation but who are not necessarily experts in this area. The SMSWG organizes meetings with the SMS Community to keep them informed of developments in the field of SMS and to keep members of the SMS Community abreast of SMSWG activities. Click here for more details on the SMS Community.