Digital Engineering


MTSI
Digital Engineering
Data to Enable Truth

Digital Engineering is the domain that engineers the integration of data across tools. MTSI provides expertise on both point-to-point tool integration through connection of tool APIs and ontological, tool-independent data integration on the language level. Throughout this process, MTSI is versed in developing fully integrated, and if supported, synchronized tool chains that enable a single-source of truth.

Digital Engineering is the domain that engineers the integration of data across tools. MTSI provides expertise on both point-to-point tool integration through connection of tool APIs and ontological, tool-independent data integration on the language level. Throughout this process, MTSI is versed in developing fully integrated, and if supported, synchronized tool chains that enable a single-source of truth.

Digital Engineering is the domain that engineers the integration of data across tools. MTSI provides expertise on both point-to-point tool integration through connection of tool APIs and ontological, tool-independent data integration on the language level. Throughout this process, MTSI is versed in developing fully integrated, and if supported, synchronized tool chains that enable a single-source of truth.

Notable Customers
  1. Missile Defense Agency
  1. EDIS
  2. GDISS
  3. DVS
  1. Navy
  1. SSP
  2. NAVSEA
  1. Army
  1. Army Hypersonics
  2. PEO Aviation
  3. FLRAA
  1. NASA
  2. Office of the Undersecretary of Defense Research and Engineering
Model Based Engineering

The use of models to better understand the engineering processes and products. Model Based Engineering, while reducing fidelity, leads to an improved understanding of the produced artifacts and often reduces errors and ambiguities that are often present when using document-based means.

The use of models to better understand the engineering processes and products. Model Based Engineering, while reducing fidelity, leads to an improved understanding of the produced artifacts and often reduces errors and ambiguities that are often present when using document-based means.

The use of models to better understand the engineering processes and products.
Model Based Engineering, while reducing fidelity, leads to an improved understanding of the produced artifacts and often reduces errors and ambiguities that are often present when using document-based means.

Enterprise architecture (EA) concerns the structures and behaviors of a business, especially roles and processes that create and use data. MTSI employs UAF to architect and understand the integration of various departments, the dependencies in an organization, and bottlenecks that currently exist due to business processes. Performing this analysis enables the organization to make decisions to improve said processes resulting in reductions of wasted time, and concurrently money.

Enterprise architecture (EA) concerns the structures and behaviors of a business, especially roles and processes that create and use data. MTSI employs UAF to architect and understand the integration of various departments, the dependencies in an organization, and bottlenecks that currently exist due to business processes. Performing this analysis enables the organization to make decisions to improve said processes resulting in reductions of wasted time, and concurrently money.

Enterprise architecture (EA) concerns the structures and behaviors of a business, especially roles and processes that create and use data. MTSI employs UAF to architect and understand the integration of various departments, the dependencies in an organization, and bottlenecks that currently exist due to business processes. Performing this analysis enables the organization to make decisions to improve said processes resulting in reductions of wasted time, and concurrently money.

Mission engineering describes the application of systems engineering to the planning, analysis, and designing of missions, where the mission is the system of interest (SEBoK). MTSI employs a combination of enterprise architecture and systems engineering principals using UAF to analyze missions through a combination of systems.

Mission engineering describes the application of systems engineering to the planning, analysis, and designing of missions, where the mission is the system of interest (SEBoK). MTSI employs a combination of enterprise architecture and systems engineering principals using UAF to analyze missions through a combination of systems.

Mission engineering describes the application of systems engineering to the planning, analysis, and designing of missions, where the mission is the system of interest (SEBoK). MTSI employs a combination of enterprise architecture and systems engineering principals using UAF to analyze missions through a combination of systems.

Set of systems or system elements that interact to provide a unique capability that none of the constituent systems can accomplish on its own. (ISO/IEC/IEEE 21839). MTSI traditionally models the SOS level and couples this with Mission Engineering with our SETA and A&AS work to better understand the aggregation of systems necessary to accomplish a particular mission.

Set of systems or system elements that interact to provide a unique capability that none of the constituent systems can accomplish on its own. (ISO/IEC/IEEE 21839). MTSI traditionally models the SOS level and couples this with Mission Engineering with our SETA and A&AS work to better understand the aggregation of systems necessary to accomplish a particular mission.

Set of systems or system elements that interact to provide a unique capability that none of the constituent systems can accomplish on its own. (ISO/IEC/IEEE 21839). MTSI traditionally models the SOS level and couples this with Mission Engineering with our SETA and A&AS work to better understand the aggregation of systems necessary to accomplish a particular mission.

Systems engineering (SE) is a transdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems (SEBoK). MTSI’s digital engineering group uses Model Based Systems Engineering defined as the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. (INCOSE 2007). MTSI is in the process of transitioning our Document-Based Systems Engineering programs, leveraging documents to describe and architect a system, to Model Based Systems Engineering programs where the artifacts and architecture of the system live in the model.

Systems engineering (SE) is a transdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems (SEBoK). MTSI’s digital engineering group uses Model Based Systems Engineering defined as the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. (INCOSE 2007). MTSI is in the process of transitioning our Document-Based Systems Engineering programs, leveraging documents to describe and architect a system, to Model Based Systems Engineering programs where the artifacts and architecture of the system live in the model.

Systems engineering (SE) is a transdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems (SEBoK). MTSI’s digital engineering group uses Model Based Systems Engineering defined as the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases. (INCOSE 2007). MTSI is in the process of transitioning our Document-Based Systems Engineering programs, leveraging documents to describe and architect a system, to Model Based Systems Engineering programs where the artifacts and architecture of the system live in the model.

MTSI produces Model Based Software Architecture utilizing UML to analyze the structure and quality of our software products as well as in DevSecOps to export software documentation and, in some cases, code.

MTSI produces Model Based Software Architecture utilizing UML to analyze the structure and quality of our software products as well as in DevSecOps to export software documentation and, in some cases, code.

MTSI produces Model Based Software Architecture utilizing UML to analyze the structure and quality of our software products as well as in DevSecOps to export software documentation and, in some cases, code.

Customer Training

MTSI provides On Demand and in-person training services in digital engineering and
model-based engineering domains.

MTSI provides On Demand and in-person training services in digital engineering and
model-based engineering domains.

MTSI provides On Demand and in-person training services in digital engineering and
model-based engineering domains.

MBSE/DE for management is a ½ day course focused on introducing the topics of digital engineering and model-based systems engineering. It begins with what Digital Engineering is, what parts of the acquisition lifecycle are covered by digital engineering, and the value of digital threads. It then moves into a high-level description of MBSE as a subset of Digital Engineering. Next, it covers brief descriptions of the language of SysML and the diagrams found within. It then covers common methodologies used to properly implement SysML. The course wraps up with metrics to measure success and lessons learned to help the students successfully implement DE/MBSE in their own programs.

MBSE/DE for management is a ½ day course focused on introducing the topics of digital engineering and model-based systems engineering. It begins with what Digital Engineering is, what parts of the acquisition lifecycle are covered by digital engineering, and the value of digital threads. It then moves into a high-level description of MBSE as a subset of Digital Engineering. Next, it covers brief descriptions of the language of SysML and the diagrams found within. It then covers common methodologies used to properly implement SysML. The course wraps up with metrics to measure success and lessons learned to help the students successfully implement DE/MBSE in their own programs.

MBSE/DE for management is a ½ day course focused on introducing the topics of digital engineering and model-based systems engineering. It begins with what Digital Engineering is, what parts of the acquisition lifecycle are covered by digital engineering, and the value of digital threads. It then moves into a high-level description of MBSE as a subset of Digital Engineering. Next, it covers brief descriptions of the language of SysML and the diagrams found within. It then covers common methodologies used to properly implement SysML. The course wraps up with metrics to measure success and lessons learned to help the students successfully implement DE/MBSE in their own programs.

SysML Fundamentals is a 3-5-day course for students to learn the functional skills of SysML, the tool, MagicDraw, and how to implement it themselves. It starts with a 2-hour introduction to MBSE, a lite version of MBSE/DE for Management. It then covers each of the nine SysML diagrams including tool mechanics and a lab. This is proceeded by a brief section on data crosscutting through the MBSE environment. Finally, in the 5-day version of the course, the class learns the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method to architect their own systems on a team.

SysML Fundamentals is a 3-5-day course for students to learn the functional skills of SysML, the tool, MagicDraw, and how to implement it themselves. It starts with a 2-hour introduction to MBSE, a lite version of MBSE/DE for Management. It then covers each of the nine SysML diagrams including tool mechanics and a lab. This is proceeded by a brief section on data crosscutting through the MBSE environment. Finally, in the 5-day version of the course, the class learns the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method to architect their own systems on a team.

SysML Fundamentals is a 3-5-day course for students to learn the functional skills of SysML, the tool, MagicDraw, and how to implement it themselves. It starts with a 2-hour introduction to MBSE, a lite version of MBSE/DE for Management. It then covers each of the nine SysML diagrams including tool mechanics and a lab. This is proceeded by a brief section on data crosscutting through the MBSE environment. Finally, in the 5-day version of the course, the class learns the Object-Oriented Systems Engineering Method to architect their own systems on a team.

MTSI’s Software Architecture course is a 3-5-day training course on the fundamentals of UML. It begins with an introduction to the topic of software architecture and software engineering. It proceeds on to the fourteen UML diagrams and students learn how to use the tool to produce their own architectures. During the instruction of the diagrams, students learn to analyze their produced software quality. The final two days, in the five-day version of the course, students learn to successfully implement UML to design their own software programs in a team environment.

MTSI’s Software Architecture course is a 3-5-day training course on the fundamentals of UML. It begins with an introduction to the topic of software architecture and software engineering. It proceeds on to the fourteen UML diagrams and students learn how to use the tool to produce their own architectures. During the instruction of the diagrams, students learn to analyze their produced software quality. The final two days, in the five-day version of the course, students learn to successfully implement UML to design their own software programs in a team environment.

MTSI’s Software Architecture course is a 3-5-day training course on the fundamentals of UML. It begins with an introduction to the topic of software architecture and software engineering. It proceeds on to the fourteen UML diagrams and students learn how to use the tool to produce their own architectures. During the instruction of the diagrams, students learn to analyze their produced software quality. The final two days, in the five-day version of the course, students learn to successfully implement UML to design their own software programs in a team environment.

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