“MBSE is too important not to be covered by a podcast” – that is the slogan of the two passionate systems engineers, Christian Muggeo, and Tim Weilkiens, who are the hosts and creators of The MBSE Podcast. Their goal is to highlight remarkable things about MBSE and invite guest speakers to uncover stories between the lines.
We are excited to announce that our CEO, István Ráth, and Enrique Krajmalnik, COO of Vitech (now part of Zuken), will be the next special guests at the podcast. On November 18, they will focus on our revolutionary analysis and integration tool: the IncQuery Suite.
Often, the MBSE value chain is broken because of loosely connected or disconnected silos. Digital thread can be an answer to the silo problem as it leverages data within the given ecosystem. The introduction of the digital thread enables a faster and more efficient operation for the enterprise. However, in their daily work, systems engineers often face what we call the 3C Challenge: ensuring the digital thread's Completeness, Correctness, and Consistency. Zuken/Vitech and IncQuery Labs teamed up to address these challenges. We collaborated on connecting our tools and developing a conceptual framework around the idea.
IncQuery Suite extracts engineering data from closed proprietary silos and creates a unified, searchable, and analyzable representation of the complete digital thread. Thereupon, we have a chance to validate the correctness of our engineering data, a crucial task in almost every multi-domain engineering endeavor. Another use case of the suite is the consistency of tools within the toolchain, such as GENESYS and Zuken’s E3.series, for a systems architecture and a detailed wiring design.
Among other things, István and Enrique will talk about these tools and the benefits of adopting IncQuery Suite and perform a short overview demo of the suite in the episode.
Set a reminder to the YouTube live stream on November 18, 2021 (19:00 CET), or stream the episode later on any significant streaming platforms: Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, or Google Podcasts.