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Dassault Systemes

CATIA No Magic (part of Dassault Systemes) is the vendor of choice for comprehensive model-driven systems engineering solutions.

CATIA No Magic's Cameo Suite is recognized in the industry for its adherence to SysML, UML, BPMN, UPDM and UAF standards, usability, and ability to adapt and integrate. CATIA No Magic also provides professional services which include MBSE deployment, training, consultancy and tool customization.

The company is an active member of both OMG® and INCOSE, ensuring that standards are developed to support modelers.

Founded in 2014 by Jon Holt and Simon Perry, Scarecrow Consultants are a tool-independent model-based systems engineering consultancy, with a mission to ‘promote the use and application of Model-Based Systems Engineering in businesses worldwide, by pioneering new and pragmatic techniques for MBSE in the real world'.

Scarecrow Consultants are true experts in the theory and real-life application of MBSE, are recognised at an international level and have published more books on MBSE than any other organisation in the world.

Scarecrow have extensive MBSE knowledge and experience and have developed a number of innovative techniques such as their Trinity approach to planning MBSE implementation into an organisation, their TeamStorming approach to brainstorming and team-building, and RAVEnS, their unique, visual MBSE review service.

This allows Scarecrow to offer focussed, practical and effective training, mentoring and consultancy in MBSE to help organisations to develop the MBSE skills and competency of their People, understand and define their engineering Processes and make best use of their MBSE Tools.

To cope with rising product complexity and significant amounts of data, modern engineering teams must improve existing methods of working whilst embracing new processes and technologies to maintain a competitive edge.

Pressures to bring products to market faster, slash development costs, maintain quality standards and counter competitor innovations, are forcing organisations to fundamentally change the way their engineering teams work.

Customer and market demands are driving the need for companies to overhaul their old methods for newer, more agile processes that optimise the entire engineering life cycle.

SyntheSys has more than 30 years’ experience in providing systems engineering solutions to government and industry.

We focus on tool-supported systems engineering where we take world-class development tools, and team them with our mentoring services and training packages, to give our Customers a competitive advantage.

Our services focus on best practice systems engineering, the role that it plays within an organisation and how this can be developed and improved to achieve wider commercial objectives.

We have helped many organisations by delivering advice on processes, training and the introduction of software tools.

We offer a range of formal and bespoke systems engineering training solutions including: Systems Engineering Foundation; Certified Systems Engineering Professional Preparation and Engineering Development tool training.

For sales, services and technical enquiries, call: +44 (0) 1947 821 464, email: cet@synthesys.co.uk or visit: www.synthesys-technologies.co.uk

Vitech, a Zuken company, offers solutions that are built upon a solid foundation of systems engineering combined with the experience of a professional services team.

GENESYS provides representations, including the full suite of SysML diagrams and more, underpinned by a proven systems metamodel.

The automatic generation of diagrams reduces model construction, maintenance, and ensures all views of the model are coherent, consistent, and complete throughout the lifecycle.

If you are deploying or looking to start a model-based approach, visit GENESYS to see how to unlock the power of MBSE 2.0 for your organisation.

Zuken is a global provider of software and consulting services for electrical and electronic engineering and design for manufacture, Zuken closed the model-based design gap with its 2019 acquisition of Vitech Corporation, becoming the only electrical/electronic design solution company to offer a connected, integrated and open solution.


Project Performance International (PPI) is the world’s largest and most successful provider of systems engineering training.

Our alumni of over 14,500 professionals across almost every imaginable sector in 41 countries speaks for itself.

Become empowered to improve the performance of your company and improve the quality of your business life through insightful, experience-based training delivered by PPI world experts using advanced learning techniques.

With both PPI Live-Online and contact training delivery formats you will:

  • learn sound principles based on historical evidence, and astute application of these principles to create value for your enterprise
  • discover efficient, actionable methods, some not well-known but very effective, taking in workshop format a single system through all major process areas, to achieve a high level of learning.

As testament to PPI’s impact globally, clients of PPI, from small start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, include Airbus, AVIC, BAE Systems, Babcock, BHP Billiton, Boeing, Boston Scientific, Cochlear, De Beers, Dyson, Embraer, General Dynamics, Halliburton, Harris, L3, Lockheed, Mitsubishi, NEC, Nokia, Northrop Grumman, Panasonic, Shell, Siemens, Thales, and public sector organizations worldwide.

Join us now in helping make the world a better place through systems engineering.

Award Sponsor

Charterhouse Systems is an independent consultancy offering technical support, advice and strategic learning and development (L&D) programmes in systems engineering across a variety of industry sectors, both in the UK and globally.

We specialise in providing competence-based assessment of systems engineers, systems engineering training (from awareness to expert) and INCOSE Systems Engineering Certification preparation. We work strategically with clients and focus on practical, pragmatic interventions rather than theoretical solutions.

For organizational L&D we recommend a full competence assessment cycle: firstly, measure current capability; secondly, use results to select or tailor interventions; and finally, use follow-up assessments to confirm improvements. This approach ensures your budget is targeted where it is needed, maximizing return on investment.

Our development pathways, from 1-2-1 mentoring and coaching to traditional classroom tuition help clients foster a “systems approach”. Our courses (ranging from ½ day to multi-week duration) are generally delivered on client premises, although we can now offer online solutions when face-to-face training is not possible.

The consultancy is led by Ian Presland, an INCOSE-certified Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) and Fellow of the IET. Ian is a member of the INCOSE Certification Advisory Group which sets the examination for SE Professionals worldwide. He is also the editor and a primary author of the new INCOSE Systems Engineering Competency Framework, which defines the requirements for assessing systems engineering knowledge, skills and behaviours at all levels.

Dyson are sponsoring the award for best paper