Replay video sessions and keynotes from the No Magic World Symposium 2016 with presentations focusing on MBSE/SysML, Technology & Enterprise Architecture, Ontology and Conceptual Modeling, plus Workshop and Tutorials.

Model-Based Systems Engineering Track: Integration of MBSE Artifacts Using OSLC

Speaker: Alex Reichwein - Model Driven Solutions
When: Day 3 : Tuesday May 24th

The Web provides a reliable, scalable, and open infrastructure. Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) is an initiative to reuse Web standards for the purpose of integrating engineering data. Currently, OSLC is mainly used for integrating software engineering artifacts such as requirements, change requests, test cases, performance metrics and automated workflows. However, OSLC can also be used beyond software engineering for linking engineering artifacts across different engineering disciplines and applications. OSLC can therefore be viewed as a possible foundation for developing the next-generation of data integration solutions.