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.
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.