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Visure Requirements ALM Integration with MBSE Tools

Visure Requirements ALM Integration with MBSE Tools

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Integrating requirements management tools with model-based systems engineering (MBSE) tools can help organizations streamline their development processes, increase efficiency, and reduce errors. Visure Requirements ALM is a powerful requirements management tool that can be integrated with a variety of MBSE tools, providing end-to-end traceability and helping to ensure consistency throughout the development lifecycle.

Visure’s integrations with popular MBSE tools such as Sparx Enterprise Systems, Cameo, MATLAB Simulink, and ANSYS SCADE enable users to seamlessly transfer requirements information from Visure to their chosen modeling tools, simplifying the process of developing and maintaining system models.

Visure’s ReqIF Integration

ReqIF (Requirements Interchange Format) is a standardized format used for exchanging requirements information between different tools. It is a widely accepted format that allows for easy and seamless integration of requirements information between various tools used in the product development process.

Visure Requirements ALM supports the import and export of ReqIF files, which enables seamless integration with other MBSE tools that also support the format. The integration through ReqIF ensures that requirements information is correctly interpreted and maintained in the target tool, even if the target tool uses different terminology, syntax, or organization.

With Visure’s ReqIF Integration, requirements information can be shared with other tools such as Enterprise Architect, Cameo Systems Modeler, MATLAB Simulink, ANSYS SCADE, and Capella. This means that any changes made to requirements in one tool can be automatically synchronized with other tools that are connected to the same project, providing a unified view of the requirements across the entire development process.

The import and export of ReqIF files are fully configurable in Visure Requirements ALM, providing the flexibility to map requirements attributes to different fields in the target tool, as well as control the scope and depth of the synchronization process. Additionally, Visure provides advanced filtering capabilities to manage the amount of data that is exchanged between tools and avoid unnecessary or redundant information that could cause confusion or errors.

Let's Take a Closer Look Over Visure's Integration With Different MBSE Tools

MBSE Tools

Visure Requirements and Enterprise Architect Integration

Visure Requirements integrates directly with Enterprise Architect, a leading MBSE tool. Visure enables the exchange of requirements, test cases, and other related artifacts with Enterprise Architect. The integration is based on the ReqIF standard, a standard format for exchanging requirements information between tools.

The integration allows for a bi-directional exchange of information between the two tools, ensuring that all stakeholders are working with the most up-to-date information. This integration facilitates a seamless and traceable process from requirements management to system design, development, and testing.

Visure Requirements and Cameo Integration

Cameo Systems Modeler, a leading MBSE tool, is also integrated with Visure Requirements. The integration is based on the ReqIF standard, allowing for a bi-directional exchange of requirements, test cases, and other related artifacts.

The integration offers a seamless workflow from requirements management to system design, development, and testing. With Visure Requirements and Cameo Integration, stakeholders can trace requirements throughout the system development process, ensuring that all requirements are met, and any changes are managed and tracked.

Visure Requirements and Matlab Simulink Integration

Matlab Simulink is a leading tool for modeling and simulating complex systems. The integration of Visure Requirements with Matlab Simulink allows for a seamless exchange of requirements, test cases, and other related artifacts.

The integration is based on the ReqIF standard, enabling a bi-directional exchange of information between the two tools. With this integration, stakeholders can ensure that requirements are being met throughout the system development process and can trace requirements from requirements management to system design, development, and testing.

Visure Requirements and ANSYS SCADE Integration

ANSYS SCADE Suite is a leading MBSE tool for the development of safety-critical systems. The integration of Visure Requirements with ANSYS SCADE Suite allows for a seamless exchange of requirements, test cases, and other related artifacts.

The integration is based on the ReqIF standard, ensuring a bi-directional exchange of information between the two tools. With Visure Requirements and ANSYS SCADE Integration, stakeholders can trace requirements throughout the system development process and ensure that all requirements are met, and any changes are managed and tracked.

Visure Requirements and Capella Integration

Capella is an open-source MBSE tool for system and software architecture. The integration of Visure Requirements with Capella allows for a seamless exchange of requirements, test cases, and other related artifacts.

The integration is based on the ReqIF standard, enabling a bi-directional exchange of information between the two tools. With this integration, stakeholders can ensure that requirements are being met throughout the system development process and can trace requirements from requirements management to system design, development, and testing.

Conclusion

Overall, Visure Requirements ALM’s integrations with popular MBSE tools such as Sparx Enterprise Systems, Cameo, MATLAB Simulink, and ANSYS SCADE can help organizations achieve greater efficiency, reduce errors, and improve traceability throughout the development process. With Visure Requirements ALM, users can easily transfer requirements information to and from Visure to their chosen modeling tools, ensuring that requirements are accurately captured in system models and that all stakeholders have a clear understanding of system objectives.

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