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Founded in February, 1998, the Southern Maryland Chapter follows the INCOSE International Mission, Vision and Goals. 

Additionally, we will:

  • Continue our outreach program to support systems engineering conferences and events at both the Regional and International levels of INCOSE
  • Continue to build partnerships with local professional associations offering unique and diverse systems engineering insights while complimenting their inherent interest areas


"Democratizing" MBSE with the open-source tool Capella

  • Date:
    June 30, 2021 - 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Venue:

June 30, 2021 View The Recorded Presentation

Abstract :

MBSE aims at transitioning the Systems Engineering practice from a document-centric approach to a model-centric approach. It is envisioned to be the next shift enhancing significantly our systems engineering capacities, in order to cope with the steadily growing systems' complexity. Although MBSE has been a trending topic over the last few years, its adoption among systems engineers is still growing slowly.

In this presentation, Stephane Lacrampe will introduce some challenges in MBSE adoption and will explain how the Arcadia method and the Capella tool are enablers for accelerating MBSE adoption among the systems engineering community.

Stéphane Lacrampe - Obeo Canada director
Stéphane Lacrampe co-founded Obeo in 2005 in France. Obeo is an independent software vendor with a global reach, leading in open-source modeling software for system and software engineers, enterprise architects, and domain modeling experts. He acted as the CEO of the company for the last 12 years, and is now director of Obeo Canada and is in charge of the business development in North and South America for the company. Stephane LACRAMPE is also the co-chair of the INCOSE Systems Engineering Tools DataBase Working Group.