This presentation addresses key differences between SysML 1.x and SysML 2.0 (as of January 2022). It is intended for people already familiar with SysML 1.x, and will highlight a few of the advantages inherent in this new representation of Systems Engineering concepts.
Rick Steiner is an independent Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) consultant and systems modeling coach, with clients in various Aerospace and Defense companies. He retired after a 30-year career at Raytheon as an Engineering Fellow and a Raytheon Certified Architect. He has focused on pragmatic application of systems engineering modeling techniques and has been an advocate, consultant, and instructor of model-based engineering. Rick has served as chief engineer, architect, and lead system modeler for several large-scale defense programs. He has been recognized by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) as an Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP), and has been honored as an INCOSE Fellow.
Mr. Steiner continues to be a key contributor to the development of SysML, and contribute to the OCSMP certification. He is also co-author of “A Practical Guide to SysML”, currently in its 3rd edition.
Rick is an avid amateur astronomer, auto restorer, bass guitarist, Church volunteer, and recumbent bicyclist.