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FAQ: Make an Impact with Model-Based System Engineering

Nov. 17, 2023
Model-based system engineering frees engineers from re-spinning old ideas.

Model-based system engineering (MBSE) relies on high-level, model-based design (MBD) tools and techniques to streamline the design process. It allows engineering teams to focus on the relationships between subcomponents and interfaces to optimize their designs.

Download this FAQ to learn how MBSE applies to system-level design; what engineering teams need to know about implementing it; and how it enables them to try new architectures, learn new algorithms, and examine cost-benefit trade-offs.  

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