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INCOSE Membership Meeting

Time & Location:

Tuesday, August 18, 2020  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM by WebEx


6:00-6:30 PM: Introductions of Attendees and Chapter Business

6:30-7:30 PM: Invited Speaker

7:30-8:00 PM: Open Discussion


Innovating with MBSE


Sustained innovation is a goal of many development organizations. Sustaining innovation is depicted on an Innovation as matrix as the result of well‐defined problem, and a well‐defined domain definition. An example will be presented how an MBSE tool, based on open source tool Capella, can enhance both the problem definition and domain definition of a ventilator. It will show how the MBSE tool enhanced the understanding of the problem, and how that understanding can lead to an innovative solution.




Tony Komar has been practicing and supporting systems engineering for over 35 years. 

His career began as a System Engineer supporting the development of engine and flight controls in the early 80’s. He led his team supporting FADEC I for CF6 engine control through FAA software certification.

His research and development of flight control system based on COTS platforms, led him to work 10 in consulting in the automotive controls domain. Helping customer establish architecture their rapidly growing software control systems. 

He joined Siemens 17 years ago and has helped customers establish Requirement management and Systems Engineering solutions in variety of industries. In 2011, Tony completed a Master of Engineering in System Engineering from Penn State University and turned a focus toward architecting Siemens solutions.

Today he is a key contributor to the development and deployment of Model Based System Engineering products for Siemens PLM. He not only is enabling Siemens staff on MBSE tools, but is also working with the next generation of engineers by developing “open” hands on training in electronics and systems engineering though open source products and electronics. 

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