April 24, 2012
-- BLACKSBURG, VA – April 24, 2012 – David Long, president of Vitech Corporation, and Paul Logan, president of the Systems Engineering Society of Australia, will present “Essential Model-Based Systems Engineering—
Models, SysML, and More” at SETE/APCOSE 2012 in Brisbane, Australia on Monday, April 30. This annual Australian systems engineering event is being held this year in concert with the INCOSE Asia Pacific Conference on Systems Engineering. The focus of Long & Logan’s tutorial will be on the practical application of essential MBSE for project success, and will include both individual exercises and group discussion. The presentation will look both at what MBSE is, and what it is not, as well as how to apply models (particularly those related to architecture description)
and rich representations to enhance analysis and communication, and ultimately how best to leverage MBSE.
Being held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibit Centre (BCEC), the conference runs from Monday, April 30 to Wednesday, May 2, 2012. Conference topics in general will share, promote and advance the best of systems engineering, especially widespread systems thinking for effective and efficient systems solutions. Presentations and papers will address the increasingly complex systems engineering problems faced while under significant budget constraints, within defense, aerospace, infrastructure, transport, energy, telecommunications, climate and natural disaster response challenges.
About Vitech Corporation
In business since 1992, Vitech provides systems engineering solutions including software, services, training and support for global customers with diverse applications. Headquartered in Blacksburg, Virginia, the company has satellite offices across the U.S., and global business partners in Europe, Australia, Israel, Korea and South Africa.
Vitech Corporation is best-known for their software solutions integrating requirements management, system architecture, and model simulation to bring clarity to complex designs, including their CORE® and GENESYS™ product lines.
Vitech maintains industry affiliations with the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), the Roanoke Blacksburg Technology Council (RBTC), and the Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA).
Editorial Contact: Christel K. Hall, APR CBC, 775-267-9232
Vitech Contact: Doug Johnston, 540-951-3322