Building upon the Presentation provided in Integrate22, come learn how Python can be used to visualize the system engineering architectures that Sandia develops through the use of GENESYS. The four architectures are requirements, functional, physical and Verification and Validation. The presentation will provide real world applications where specific python libraries can be leveraged as visualization techniques to query and display the meaningful data that is contained within a GENESYS system engineering project. Applications and demonstrations will be focused on how to enable richer review of design and requirements, developing physical architectures that can lead to derived hardware specifications, and using data science notebooks to enhance verification and validation traceability.
Alex Bencoe is a practicing System’s Engineer at Sandia National Laboratories. He has over 11 years of industry experiencing ranging from Probabilistic Risk Assessment, Quality Engineering, Qualification Engineering, and System Engineering. He is passionate about increasing the Model Based System Engineering capability at SNL and helping drive culture change of MBSE adoption. One of his goals is to make MBSE data more accessible to non-MBSE practitioners and highlight the immense value that is inherent by developing a System’s Engineering model.