Model-based systems engineering (MBSE)
EULYNX Interface methodology
Our five-day Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) training course has three main objectives:
to increase awareness of the importance of MBSE in the railroad sector.
- to increase the acceptance of the MBSE approach in the railroad sector.
to build a community that promotes the MBSE approach among European railroads.
The training is specifically designed to provide a basic understanding of the general concepts of MBSE and how these concepts can be applied in various railroad projects.
With our basic training on the structure and use of formal systems as well as their tools, we teach the three pillars of model-based systems engineering. We train how to recognize the difference between specific and generic methodology and how to correctly interpret an MBSE specification so that the modeling concepts can be successfully applied with a tool. We also explain verification and validation techniques as an important part of the MBSE process to increase reliability and efficiency.
MBSE in the ERJU System Pillar
The training introduces the ARCADIA methodology and its principles (used in Linx4Rail, ERJU System Pillar), which pave the way for a harmonized architecture in all phases of the system life cycle (CENELEC EN50126).
Ferrovie dello Stato Italiana (FSI)
We would like to commend the very skilled Neovendi personnel for their professionalism and the quality of the seminar, which our engineers evaluated as contributing to their essential skill set and to the performance of their tasks […] We strongly believe that the whole rail profession across Europe can greatly benefit from this training […].
Bringing people together.
Control, command and signalling
DB Netz AG’s rail network is currently operated with more than 2,600 interlockings, historically with different types of interlocking. These have evolved over time. Mechanical, electromechanical and the now advanced electronic interlockings reflect the current designs.
The future will be characterized by the digital interlocking, which will make an advanced contribution in terms of reliability and economy. In the future, the digital interlocking will form the heart of digital control, command and signalling (CCS) systems and thus the basis for modern rail operations with significantly higher capacities.
Giving new impulses.
With our activities in qualification and prequalification tasks for digital CCS systems we support international rail infrastructure companies in fulfilling the requirements as a supplier in the area of the new digital interlocking for Germany.
By developing qualification content, we convey our know-how of system architecture and digital interlocking logic. We accompany implementation projects in order to deepen the teaching content by means of practical examples.