The Rising Adoption of Capella

Witnessing an OSS technology getting together with a wide group of users is something I find exhilarating, I have experienced it with Acceleo, EMF Compare and Eclipse Sirius along the years, each time in different contexts and at different scales but discovering what is being done by others with a technology is always a source of excitement to me. Capella was contributed by Thales to the Eclipse c...

Capella Day Munich 2019: - Everything you always wanted to know about Arcadia and Capella, the open MBSE tool

The third edition of the Capella Day conference is approaching fast! This year it will take place in the beautiful city of Munich (München for our German friends), on September 16th (see http://bit.ly/CapellaDay2019 ). Interested in MBSE? Once again this year, Capella Day will be the opportunity to discover Capella and Arcadia if you’re new to them, but also to get in touch with the experts and he...

Siemens partnering with Obeo on Model Based Systems Engineering solution - a major recognition for OSS Modeling Techs

You might have already heard the news, earlier this week during Siemens PLM Connection Americas 2018 , Joe Bohman announced that Siemens PLM was partnering with Obeo. Here is the complete press release for more detail but in short: we are working with Siemens with either standard modeling languages, Capella, SysML or tools to support custom process methodologies in order to contribute to the true ...

Capella Add-ons: Collaborate better + Generate Docs

When Capella was made open source in 2014, feedback was collected from early users and adopters. The feedback showed several topics were important to the open source community. First and foremost, users wanted to learn how to efficiently collaborate on a single Capella model and minimize configuration and version management problems. Second, users wanted to generate their documentation efficiently...

Eclipse Sirius, the technology behind Capella

As the state-of-the-art engineering tool vendors did not provide the appropriate offer, Thales decided in 2007 to develop its own Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) method and workbench. This initiative resulted in Arcadia and Capella. To reduce the complexity and the cost of developing such a custom modeling tool, Thales worked with Obeo to create a new technology that could facilitate the cr...

Capella Industry Consortium

Capella is a model-based engineering solution that leverages the Eclipse platform to implement an adaptable and extensible workbench. Natively supporting an innovative Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach based on both industrial experimentations and system engineers’ feedback, it can be customized to fit the specific needs of many industrial domains. Made open source in 2014, a vibrant...

Why Capella? Taking on the Challenges of Complex Systems Engineering

In a world moving at an ever faster pace, Capella is an open and field-proven approach to address increasing complexity in systems architecture and solve the limitations of traditional engineering practices that are primarily driven by documents. Launched in 2007 by Thales, this initiative resulted in the definition of Arcadia, an engineering metho...