Free Webinar on Building Complex Systems Using SysML
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 5 August, 2011 – IBM Rational’s Ricardo Camancho will demonstrate how to use SysML to specify complex systems during a free webinar this month. The hour-long webinar, “Building Complex Systems Using SysML,” will be held at 11 a.m. PT/ 2 p.m. ET/ 18:00 GMT on 25 August. To register, visit http://www.computer.org/webinars/08252011.
SysML is a well established and powerful language to specify complex systems. It can help designers of electronic devices more tightly coordinate hardware and software engineering to meet cost and time constraints and stay competitive amid rising product complexity, intense market pressures, and compliance to industry standards.
The webinar will provide a demonstration of SysML, providing a link between the systems engineering discussion of key elements of development, and how shared processes enable teams to develop products faster.
Camacho has more than 25 years experience working in the systems and software engineering industry. He has spent more than two years as a client technical specialist at IBM Rational. Before joining IBM Rational, he worked at ILogix/Telelogic, GE Harmon Railway, and Xerox.
Moderated by IEEE Computer Society Senior Marketing Manager Theodore Rozolis, the webinar is intended for systems engineers, architects, requirements engineers, software developers and engineers, hardware engineers, program and project managers, directors and vice presidents of engineering, CTOs, and those working in verification and validation, or modeling and simulation.
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