This blog post gives you a brief overview of the general requirements on proposals for SysML v2 and the SysML API & Services. The previous blog post gave an overview of the RFP’s. Following blog posts present details of specific sections of the RFP’s. The general requirements are valid for all proposals for OMG specifications and are not specific to SysML. So, some of them are only partially relevant for SysML. General requirements If a proposal uses models, it shall use an OMG...

This blog post gives you a brief overview of the SysML v2 RFP and the SysML API & Services RFP. The previous blog post introduced the RFPs and explained what it is all about. Following blog posts will present details of specific sections of the RFP’s. In December 2017 the OMG published the SysML v2 RFP. You can download it for free from the OMG website: https://www.omg.org/cgi-bin/doc.cgi?ad/2017-12-2. It lists 136 mandatory requirements and 28 non-mandatory requirements for the upcoming new SysML...

It is time for the next generation of the Systems Modeling Language (SysML). More than 10 years ago the Object Management Group (OMG) published SysML version 1.0 to provide a simple but powerful modeling language for a wide range of systems engineering problems. We have learned a lot from many industrial applications of SysML. That includes the benefits as well as the limits of SysML. Additionally, model-based systems engineering is getting more and more popular and leads to more requirements for...