We are honored to be a speaker at the Systems Engineering Forum (SEF), sponsored by The Aerospace Corporation. On February 12–14 in El Segundo, California, meet Brendan Madden, our Chief Executive and one of the world's foremost experts in graph and data visualization and analysis and graph layout. He'll show you how organizations use powerful MBSE and SysML-compliant graph and data visualization solution built with Tom Sawyer Perspectives.
Organizations like Airbus, BAE, NASA, JPL, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Toyota, and others use our technology to help them federate, visualize, and analyze data-driven models with speed, scale, and quality
Contact us to schedule a time to meet Brendan. We are proud to be an exhibitor at this year's SEF.
Tuesday, February 12 — "New Frontiers in Model Integration, Visualization, and Execution"
Brendan will share how integrated model-based visualization and business process platforms are revolutionizing workflows that help organizations improve productivity and the quality of communication and outcomes.
He will discuss how to leverage the combined strength of language-compliant modeling tools with flexible, responsive system visualization and project management tools.
See demonstrations of the new innovations in our MBSE and SysML-compliant visualization solution. We support No Magic MagicDraw and Teamwork Cloud and IBM Rhapsody with advanced capabilities such as incremental data loading, nested connectors, filtering by relationships, and more.
Lean how NASA, JPL, Lockheed Martin, P&G, Toyota, and other organizations use our technology.
This event focuses on leveraging MBSE across the space enterprise, fulfilling the digital engineering vision, and contributing to mission success. The forum brings together representatives at all levels to share their experiences, lessons learned, and challenges in MBSE, applying it to space systems, and addressing it within the large scope of their enterprise.
The theme of this year's Systems Engineering Forum is "Leveraging MBSE Across the Enterprise."