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INDUSTRY UPDATE New MapleMBSE release from Maplesoft


expands support to include Capella MapleMBSE 2020.2 offers expanded toolchain connectivity, improved performance and usability


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aplesoft™ today announced a new release of MapleMBSE, the software that enables


companies to implement Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) processes without requiring every stakeholder on the project to be an expert in complex MBSE tools. The release of MapleMBSE 2020.2 now supports the MBSE platform Capella, in addition to improved performance and usability.


MapleMBSE provides an intuitive, Excel®-based interface to the systems model with


optimized, task-specific views for editing the model directly, all while keeping the central model updated for use by all stakeholders. By eliminating the need to funnel all MBSE tasks through a small number of systems engineering tool experts, MapleMBSE democratizes the engineering process and significantly reduces the overhead, time, and errors that can arise when every stakeholder must use their primary MBSE tool. The new release of MapleMBSE adds support for Capella, a powerful MBSE platform from the Eclipse Foundation. Organizations using Capella can now edit models within MapleMBSE, allowing them to simplify MBSE tasks and increase engagement with MBSE processes at their company. For all MapleMBSE users, the new release brings a variety of performance improvements for loading and interacting with systems models, as well as new usability features to make tracking model revisions easier.


“Most project stakeholders aren’t experts in MBSE tools, so they are hesitant to


engage with the overall systems engineering processes at their company. Modern engineering projects have made systems engineering processes vitally important to success, requiring all stakeholders to be in collaboration. With MapleMBSE, it is easy for all stakeholders to contribute to the systems engineering process,” says Paul Goossens, Vice President of MBSE Solutions at Maplesoft. “This new release brings MapleMBSE to even more systems engineers, and promises to make stakeholder engagement even easier than before.”


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