Meet TES-SAVi at the MOSA Summit & Expo 2024 June 17-18 in DC area (National Harbor, MD)

Please visit us at booth #228 and attend our panel discussion on the application of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to Modular Open System Approaches (MOSA)

TES-i are excited to invite all attendees of the upcoming MOSA Industry and Government Summit and Expo to visit with our team at booth #228. As a leader in providing innovative embedded systems solutions, TES-i is eager to showcase the many things we have been doing to advance MOSA through reusable safe and secure systems development.

Our team of experts will be on hand to demonstrate how our cutting-edge tools, methodologies, and processes can enhance operational efficiency, reliability, and security.  Join us to explore our comprehensive range of products and services, discuss your specific needs, and discover how TES-i can drive your projects forward through a full complement of:

  • Model-based MOSA (MMOSA) development processes
  • AWESUM® & FAME Tool Suite (MBSE with FACE® Technical Standard Editions 2.x, 3.x, development and test support)
  • AFCE (Airworthy FACE Compute Environment) including DAL-C runtime libraries (TSS, IOS, OSS)
  • HARMONY HOST/SOSA conformance test station

Sean Mulholland, Co-founder, CTO, and President, TES-SAVi, will be participating in a panel discussion of the Application of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to Modular Open System Approaches (MOSA)

The panel will focus on the application of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to Modular Open System Approaches (MOSA). Of particular interest will be the relationship between a component specification model, a component design model, and a data model / data architecture and how those models can be applied in the context of acquisition of open systems. The panel will also be prepared to discuss refinement of component requirements and component architectures so they align to the Enterprise objectives for reusable, portable, modular, and certifiable systems, such that they can be composed into systems that meet the stakeholder’s needs. All of these processes are aided by the use to models to capture, analyze, and document systems using multiple model languages such as System Modeling Language (SysML) and Open Universal Domain Description Language (Open UDDL), which is the model language adopted by the Future Airborne Capability Environment for its data model requirements.

As an agile, full-service engineering firm, we develop digital engineering solutions using capability-driven architecture and authoritative sources of systems data and models. Our approach spans across disciplines, providing seamless support for lifecycle activities from concept through integration.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with us and see firsthand how we are shaping the future of embedded systems. We look forward to seeing you as the trade show floor opens on June 17th in Washington DC.

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