INCOSE International Workshop 2020: Learn from Leading Systems Engineers
in Working and Outreach Sessions

Meet Our Model-Based Systems Engineering Experts at INCOSE International Workshop 2020

Meet our MBSE and BPMN experts at INCOSE International Workshop 2020

Meet Our Model-Based Systems Engineering Experts at INCOSE International Workshop 2020

We are excited to attend the INCOSE International Workshop in Torrance, CA January 25-28. This year’s workshop focuses on advancements and collaborative efforts across the systems modeling community. Aerospace and automotive organizations like JPL, NASA, and Toyota use our SysML-compliant Model-Based Engineering application to federate, visualize, and analyze their system models. Our latest release features advancements in performance, customization, and layout. We look forward to comparing how other industries use Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) for data organization and visualization and how Tom Sawyer Software can provide the solution.

Contact us to set up a time to meet our Distinguished Solutions Architect and active SysML community member, Joshua Feingold, and Software Solutions Manager, Liana Kiff. Both Joshua and Liana are excited to share the details of our integration with CATIA No Magic MagicDraw and Teamwork Cloud, as well as our BPMN-compliant Business Process solution.

About INCOSE International Workshop 2020

INCOSE International Symposium 2020 will be held January 25–28 in Torrance, CA

About INCOSE International Workshop 2020

The INCOSE International Workshop brings systems engineers together to contribute to the industry and collaborate with peers. Since there are no paper, panel, or tutorial presentations, attendees get to spend four days working alongside fellow systems engineers who are there to make a difference. Systems engineers at all levels and from all backgrounds are encouraged to engage in working sessions and contribute their knowledge and experience to take the discipline forward.

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