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Systems and Systems of Systems are getting more and more complex and connected. Model Based Systems Engineering allows for a formalized application of modeling to support all phases of product development. Enterprise Architect allows System Engineers to drive deliverables from requirements and achieve holistic view of the systems.

In this introductory webinar for Systems Engineering in Enterprise Architect 16, we will discuss:


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Session 1

Melbourne Tue 17 May 19:00 pm
Auckland Tue 17 May 21:00 pm
New York Tue 17 May 05:00 am
Los Angeles Tue 17 May 02:00 am
Singapore Tue 17 May 17:00 pm
London Tue 17 May 10:00 am

Session 2


Nithiya Krishnan, CBAP® Business Solutions Architect
Sparx Systems
Professional profile Nithiya is a Certified Business Analysis Practitioner, with specialized skills in solutions for Business Analysis, Business Data Modeling, Business Intelligence and Information Architecture. She has experience in all phases of IT projects in a variety of industries with niche skill in Sparx Enterprise Architect.
Scott HebbardCommunications Manager
Sparx Systems

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Questions & Answers

In addition to generating and importing code, Enterprise Architect provides the option to synchronize the model and source code, creating a model that represents the latest changes in the source code and vice versa. You can use either the model as the source, or the code as the source.

For more information, please refer to the Enterprise Architect User Guide topics: Synchronize Model and Code Updating Package Contents
Enterprise Architect has been built from the ground up to support teams with tools including Chat, Model Mail, Discussions, Formal Review Elements, tightly integrated version control capabilities, cloud models and much more.

For Team Based Modeling, please refer to following topics: The Modeling Team Enterprise Architect Teams and Collaboration Sparx Systems Tools for Remote Collaboration
Sparx Systems is committed to Open Standards and will investigate any changes to SysML and plan to implement once the standard has been approved by the OMG.

Information about SysML v2 can be found below: SYSML V2: The Next-Generation Systems Modeling Language
Yes, you can use Version Control to track changes to Requirements in Enterprise Architect 16.

For more information, please refer to the Enterprise Architect User Guide topic: Version Control and Teams
There are a number of minor enhancements that help to streamline requirements management in Enterprise Architect 16, including Construct History Window for allocating resources to requirements, Scriptlets to monitor Tagged Values, Auto Refresh Diagram Management, Enhanced collaboration features, Review enhancements that allow for improved management of Requirements.

For more information, please refer to the Enterprise Architect User Guide topic: Requirements
For a comprehensive overview of Requirement in Enterprise Architect, please refer to the white paper below: The Requirements Model
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