MBSE Value

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The MBSE Value work stream is about defining the value MBSE can bring to organisation.

Contents

Objectives

  • To collate publications and research findings relating to the business case for MBSE
  • To examine the role MBSE does or could play in adding value in various 'engineering' business models

Team

The MBSE Value team currently comprises the following members:

Member Organisation Role
James Towers Scarecrow Consultants Lead
Chris Bouch University of Birmingham Member
Alex Toth Tothal Engineering / Jaguar Land Rover Member

Research

Details of the groups current research in this area will be posted here

External Publications

Year Title Author Scope Link Notes
2000 The Shangri-La of ROI Sheard & Miller SE Link Paper presented at INCOSE IS2000
2005 A Practical Program of Research to Measure Systems Engineering Return on Investment (SE-ROI) Honour SE Link
2008 The ROI of Systems Engineering: Some Quantitative Results for Software-Intensive Systems Boehm, Valerdi & Honour SE Link
2010 Systems Engineering Return on Investment Honour SE Link Paper presented at INCOSE IS2010
2011 Does a Model Based Systems Engineering Approach Provide Real Program Savings? – Lessons Learnt Saunders MBSE Link
2013 Quantification of the Value of Systems Engineering Davies SE Link Paper presented at INCOSE UK ASEC2013
2014 Return on Investment Using Model-Based Concept Design Saunders MBSE Link Article in Volume 17, Issue 4 of INCOSE Insight
2014 The Business Case for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) with SysML Delligatti MBSE Link

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