Cooperation with Graz University of Technology
Practical solutions with scientific background
Research and Development
„Tailored approaches fitting to our customers needs, resources and goals ensure efficiency“
System development is the transformation of challenges and opportunities to solutions that meet the customer needs. Understanding the initial situation and setting the targets forms the base for all further development activities. Design, implementation, and test activities transform the initial situation to solutions. Feedback from the customer ensures to meet all customer needs. Besides that, successful system development relies on well-defined processes, the application of the right methods and tools, and the empowered engineering team.
Together with our customers we transform theoretical approaches into practical solutions. We are specialized in the fields of:
Our industry-oriented training approach is provided on a hybrid learning platform. Hands-on hardware projects support the learning concept to gain in depth knowledge and apply state-of-the-art methods.
The content of the courses as well as the type of presentation (remote, hybrid, or on site) are tailored to the specific needs of your company.
We strive to enable engineers and managers who execute and lead model-based development. A variety of learning packages tailored to specific target groups are offered.
The success in finishing the training program enables graduates to apply state-of-the-art methods and tackle challenges in the field of systems development. Certificates are provided by successfully passing the corresponding exam.
“System Models have an essential role in complex System Development”
System models, created with model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approaches, describe the architecture of a system from a structural and behavioral point of view. System models improve the understanding of the system for both, the customer and the development team, provide a common base on the system, increase collaboration, and much more. To successfully develop a complex system, the creation and use of system models are essential.
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