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Capella, the MBSE solution, is well represented in the latest Eclipse Newsletter of December, with no less than six attractive articles that describe the industrial needs addressed by this solution, its methodology and features, and its ecosystem (add-ons, related technologies, working group, etc.).   The first article introduces the others, presenting the main benefits of a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach to take the challenges of complex systems engineering, with a focus on Capella which implements a field-proven MBSE method. The second focus on the Arcadia method, on which Capella is based. Arcadia covers the methodology and the high-level conceptual ontology and viewpoints. Capella has been purposely-built to provide the notation and diagrams needed to create models that exactly fit with Arcadia’s approach. Then, next article is about Capella Studio, which is based on Kitalpha, an integrated development environment for the development of model-based workb...
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Capella 1.2 is almost here! Holiday season is coming soon and we are giving you a unique opportunity to anticipate the excitement of unwrapping gifts… From tiny improvements of ergonomics to more significant evolutions, this webinar will provide a tour of the most recent developments in the Capella ecosystem.   At the agenda of this webinar: Core evolutions of the Capella workbench: Interface consistency, RECs-RPLs, advanced diff/merge policies, descriptions with rich text, etc. Development of the ecosystem: Model-based safety analysis with Capella and All4Tec Safety Architect, document generation with M2Doc, management of assets with an Artal solution, etc. Enhancement of the collaborative solution Team for Capella: Significantly enhanced change tracking capabilities, etc.   REGISTER NOW THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14th - 4PM to 5PM (Paris local time zone)   This webinar will be driven by Stéphane Bonnet (Thales): Stéphane Bonnet is in charge of Thales Corporat...
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You are going to create a domain-specific modeling tool and you wonder how users will edit and visualize the models: textually with a dedicated syntax and a rich textual editor? or graphically with diagrams drawn with a palette and smart tools? Both approaches are interesting and can be used complementary: While text is able to carry more detailed information, a diagram highlights the relationship between elements much better. In the end, a good tool should combine both, and use each notation where it suits best. Written by TypeFox & Obeo, this white paper explains the benefits of each approach. Then, it presents Eclipse Xtext and Eclipse Sirius, two open-source frameworks for the development of textual and graphical model editors. And finally, find out two detailed use-cases where these two technologies can be integrated in the same modeling workbench. Download the white paper.   This subject was presented at EclipseCon Europe & SiriusCon this ye...
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Once again, for the third consecutive edition, SiriusCon went too fast! We looked forward to attending this international conference on graphical modeling for a long time, and now we can't wait to organize the next one.   This 2017 edition gathered a lot of people, who came from 11 different countries (some of them even came from NORTH AMERICA!), and it was a pleasure to have all of them among the Sirius community. At SiriusCon 2017, every attendees, from beginner to advanced users, enjoyed several presentations with a specific focus on Eclipse Sirius itself, others about companion technologies and feedback from users who used these technologies to build their custom tools! We would like to thank all the speakers for their great contribution to the Sirius community. We were pleased to welcome Mike Milinkovich, the executive director of the Eclipse Foundation, who introduced the conference with a Keynote. He has an unique perspective regarding what happened in the Software Ind...
Next Tuesday, the 21st of November, Laurent Delaigue will present a Webinar about "How to Collaborate and Generate Documents with Capella".   Your MBSE projects involve teams working concurrently? You need to produce many documents from the models of your systems? Attend this next Webinar to discover two Capella adds-on, the open source MBSE solution: Team for Capella & M2Doc. Register now and find all the answers your need and much more informations!TUESDAY, 21st of NOVEMBER | 4 PM - 5 PM (CEST)   Team for Capella allows users to collaborate on remotely shared models and representations, while M2Doc automates the production of MS Word™ files from your models.         These two solutions will be presented in two parts: First, a presentation of their context and their inputs. Second, a demonstration of their application.   The webinar will be driven by Laurent Delaigue who is an Eclipse Modeling consultant at Obeo in France. &nb...
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