Capella Days - Integrating MBSE and Life Cycle Assessment for removing plastics from the oceans

More than 8 million tons of plastic are dumped in the oceans every year. If we don’t take action, in 2050, there will be more plastic than fishes in the oceans! Plastic wastes, by taking between 450 and 500 years to be eliminated “naturally”, kill 1 million birds, and 100 000 marine mammals each year. Moreover, during this very very long period it will progressively be decomposed into increasingly...

Capella Days - Modeling a Medical Device with Capella, by Siemens

On the 12th of October, we will have the pleasure of welcoming Tony Komar to Capella Days 2020 .  Tony has been practicing and supporting systems engineering for over 35 years. He is now a key contributor to the development and deployment of Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) products for Siemens Digital Industries Software , in particular System Modeling Workbench for Teamcenter , an integrate...

Capella Days - CNES Experimenting Capella on a High-Mass Stellar Explosions Detection System

On the 12th of October, we will have the pleasure of welcoming Jonathan Lasalle to Capella Days 2020 .  Jonathan is in charge of MBSE-related activities at Artal / Magellium , a company deeply involved in the improvement of engineering processes and practices mainly in avionics and space industries. His daily job mainly consists in guiding engineers through the introduction and the propagation of ...

Capella Days - Functional System Requirements for Automatic Train Operation – Trackside unit, by NEXTRAIL

On the 14th of October, we will have the pleasure of welcoming Harish Narayanan to Capella Days Online 2020 . He will present how he has been using Eclipse Capella to develop model-based functional requirement specifications for a railway system. Harish is working for NEXTRAIL , a German signalling consulting company which advises operators and manufacturers on railway systems, from conception to ...

SIRIUS-II Mission

On Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m. CEST, Obeo’s Spacecraft 42 will launch the SIRIUS-II mission from Code Launch Complex 42 (CLC-42) at Nantes Dev Force Station in France. SIRIUS-I mission previously launched Sirius to the Eclipse Foundation with Obeo’s & Thales astronauts on board back in 2013. The first mission was a success with the adoption of Sirius Desktop, based on the Eclipse platfo...

SIRIUS-II Mission

On Wednesday, October 21 at 2:00 p.m. CEST, Obeo’s Spacecraft 42 will launch the SIRIUS-II mission from Code Launch Complex 42 (CLC-42) at Nantes Dev Force Station in France. SIRIUS-I mission previously launched Sirius to the Eclipse Foundation with Obeo’s & Thales astronauts on board back in 2013. The first mission was a success with the adoption of Sirius Desktop, based on the Eclipse platfo...

SiriusCon 2020: Sirius to the Web with Obeo Cloud Platform

  “Mamma mia, does it show again My my, just how much I've missed you?” ( Mamma Mia ) On the 18th of June, I will have the pleasure of presenting the Obeo Cloud Platform, with my co-speaker Stéphane Bégaudeau , at SiriusCon Live 2020 . During SiriusCon 2020, we will not only demonstrate OCP, but also make a big announcement about its future. So, attend SiriusCon and be in for a huge surprise! Afte...