SysMLv2: What’s Next?

SysMLv2: What’s Next?

June 6, 2023 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Speaker: Rick Steiner – University of Arizona

By the time this symposium convenes, the SysMLv2 specification will have been submitted to the Object Management Group for finalization. This presentation will provide an update from last year’s “SysML2 Fly-by” presentation, with specific technical and procedural details from the submitted materials. It will also reiterate the primary differences between SysML version 1 and version 2.

It will also project future milestones and speculate on aspects of broader adoption, such as the importance of strong linguistic underpinnings (KerML), the viability of usage-focused modeling, the value of executable semantics, the codification of the operational SysMLv2 prototype, and the advantages of a fully operational API.

Speaker Biography

Rick Steiner is an INCOSE Fellow and ESEP (Expert Systems Engineering Professional), MBSE coach, and contributor to both the SysML 1 and SysML 2 specifications. He spent 30 years as a systems engineer at Hughes/Raytheon, and is now a lecturer at University of Arizona.