ANSYS SCADE System - Model-based Systems Engineering


ANSYS SCADE System empowers users with a design environment for use on systems with high dependability requirements, providing full support of industrial systems engineering processes, such as ARP 4754A, ISO 26262, and EN 50126. It features functional and architectural system modeling and verification in a SysML-based environment. SCADE System provides a strong foundation to deploy Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) processes and best practices.

SCADE System can generate consistent and comprehensive Interface Control Documents (ICD) following MBSE processes. It has been specifically developed for system engineers; the underlying SysML™ technology is hidden, making modeling more user friendly and intuitive than standard SysML tools or plain databases. By using SCADE System in conjunction with SCADE Suite, SCADE Display, SCADE Test and SCADE LifeCycle, system and software engineers can work within the same framework. Developers can quickly synchronize between the system model and the software subsystem components, ensuring consistency and efficiency, for instance for the management of I/O definitions.

Systems Requirement Analysis

SCADE System Advanced Modeler is a SysML-based system design tool for critical systems modeling. The Editor is user-friendly and intuitive. It supports operational requirements analysis, functional decomposition, architecture decomposition, and allocation of functions to components through drag and drop in allocation tables, or directly from objects properties view.

SCADE System Advanced Modeler features the following capabilities:

  • Analysis of System Use Cases
  • Analysis of System Scenario
  • Analysis of System States
  • Analysis of System Activity
  • Functional and Architecture Design
  • Data Management
  • Model–Based Design Solution
  • Support of Collaborative Work

System Design Verification

  • Model Consistency Checking
  • Model Diff/Merge

ICD Generation and Synchronization with Software Design

  • Automated Production of Interface Control Documents (ICDs)
  • Synchronization with Software Components

System Design Environment Configuration