MBSE integrated with Teamcenter ties the entire cross-product lifecycle together

Model Based Systems Engineering

MBSE (model based systems engineering) is a critical part of Teamcenter® product lifecycle management (PLM). When integrated with Teamcenter, it brings together multi-domain product development – mechanical, electrical, and software -- along with considerations like cost, reliability, and manufacturability. With Teamcenter, you can define what will be built, instruct people how to do it, and orchestrate the downstream development process -- creating the critical glue that holds the entire cross-product lifecycle together.
With integrated MBSE, Teamcenter understands how everything fits together so domain-specific decisions are always made with the big-picture in mind.  The process starts with defining requirements, establishing program plans, moving through the product architecting process, driving out interfaces, setting targets/attributes, identifying technical risk, and establishing/capturing system decision models. Integrated MBSE drives the entire downstream development/delivery process for continuous engineering throughout the entire cross-product lifecycle.

MBSE is a critical part of the Teamcenter Systems Driven Product Development solution. Read more below.

Enterprise Model Management

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Product Architecture and System Modeling

Complete product architecture with PLM establishes the glue for all downstream product lifecycle disciplines to work together. With Teamcenter Systems Engineering complete architec...

Technical Risk Management

The Teamcenter MADe product line introduces a complete, model based product safety and reliability approach that adds reliability modeling to the product lifecycle to predict relia...

Change Management

With integrated MBSE, Systems Engineering components are a part of the overall PLM process. Requirements, functions, logical, physical, processes, interfaces, targets/parameters, ...

Product Requirements Engineering

The value of requirements isn't in capturing them, but in driving the product development process from the customer's perspective.

Program planning and systems engineering

Integrated program planning is driven by Systems Engineering architecture and requirement decisions. Resources, schedules, and more are committed by these decisions. Requirements, ...