MES Webinar Series

We will be continuing our successfully launched MES Webinar series. Here we will inform you about tools, applications, and concepts to optimize model-based software development and give you the chance to exchange ideas with our experts.

Participation in our webinars is of course free of charge. Webinars are held in English (unless otherwise described).

 

Upcoming topics:

Getting Started with MXAM DRIVE 4.2 and MES M-XRAY 3.2

Do you want to get a compact overview of the new functions offered by the current releases of MES M-XRAY® and MES Model Examiner® (MXAM)? How can you improve and simplify guideline testing and structure analysis of your software models? We will demonstrate why it makes sense to use the latest tool versions.

The webinar will take place on two alternative dates in English:

Date 1: Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Time: 4-5 pm CEST (Berlin)/ 10 am EDT (Detroit)/ 7:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 10 pm CST (Beijing)/ 11 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef37adb3b64048d746d91967ed2339890

Date 2: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Time: 10-11 am CEST (Berlin)/ 4 am EDT (Detroit)/ 1:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 4 pm CST (Beijing)/ 5 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed37ab9f6aa98ac4c503a3e3dab4cd843

Online meeting Modeling Guidelines Interest Group (MGIGroup)

The language of the online meeting is English.

Date: Tuesday, June 20, 2017
Time: 3 pm CEST (Berlin)/ 9 am EDT (Detroit)/ 6:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 9 pm CST (Beijing)/ 10 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef3fb308217c49d54910865af8a8d96e2

Implementing ISO/IEC 25010 on SW Product Quality with MES Quality Commander

During product development, quality assurance activities shall ensure final acceptance by customers. In order to achieve a complete picture on quality, planned quality assurance activities should be related to the overall product quality model defined in ISO/IEC 25010. The webinar will demonstrate, how quality monitoring with the MES Quality Commander links the standard product quality to actual quality assurance executed during development. A customized quality model will capture the quality measurements and compute dedicated quality characteristics. Maturity and quality of the product can be monitored, and counter measures can be taken when needed.

The webinar will take place on two alternative dates in English:

Date 1: Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Time: 4-5 pm CEST (Berlin)/ 10 am EDT (Detroit)/ 7:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 10 pm CST (Beijing)/ 11 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e87b1f8a356dc190f30cb92dad32c4379

Date 2: Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Time: 10-11 am CEST (Berlin)/ 4 am EDT (Detroit)/ 1:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 4 pm CST (Beijing)/ 5 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=e71a4c03bdc78b93474195aaf9bf1d82c

Analysis and Improvement of Model Architectures

Model-based software development is a state-of-the-art approach to develop embedded control systems in automotive electronics. The model is the central artifact that describes the desired behavior of a system. Dedicated parts of the model serve as the starting point for the generation of the control software, which is linked to a runtime environment and loaded onto the control unit. The development of comprehensive application systems requires the distribution of functionality throughout several models, while using different implementation paradigms. The architecture of the model and the resulting artifacts must meet multiple requirements: maintainability, resource requirements, and testability are just a few. This webinar presents current methods of rating software model architectures and demonstrates processes to improve them. Clone detection is a specific method to reduce complexity in the architecture of models. Furthermore, the analysis of connected components serves the identification of suitable candidates for model refactoring.

The webinar will take place on two alternative dates in English:

Date 1: Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Time: 4-5 pm CEST (Berlin)/ 10 am EDT (Detroit)/ 7:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 10 pm CST (Beijing)/ 11 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed73942ddae84757a34cd68dc1259eb03

Date 2: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 10-11 am CEST (Berlin)/ 4 am EDT (Detroit)/ 1:30 pm IST (Bangalore)/ 4 pm CST (Beijing)/ 5 pm JST (Tokyo)
Registration: https://model-engineers-event-en.webex.com/model-engineers-event-en/onstage/g.php?MTID=ef41726189e1ac0a4bdb12ad59e7f83a9