This is a tremendous opportunity for engineers, operators and analysts to learn how to leverage existing tools to foster better collaboration, and significantly improve efficiency. See how the Modeling and Simulation Analysis Framework (MSAF) integrates in-house, specialized tools to support analysis and engineering activities across the acquisition, development, operations and sustainment lifecycles.
By providing a common foundation for reusing and/or developing essential GOTS, COTS and custom intellectual property (IP), MSAF improves transparency and collaboration across an enterprise, program or community. In addition, the framework allows for customized end-user workflows, and can be hosted on a desktop, distributed and/or cloud environment. AGIís Software Services team will customize an MSAF based on your organizationís needs.
Why you should attend
- Discover about MBSE and the benefits of using it in your mission planning
- Learn about incorporating mission modeling and analysis into the system design process
- Study the benefits of a customized MSAF created especially for you
- Analyse an example System Tool Kit Framework
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Mike Bruchanski, Product Marketing Manager, AGI
Michael Bruchanski is a product marketing manager on AGIís Engineering team. In this role, he works to develop and expand AGIís footprint in the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and model-based systems engineering (MBSE) markets. Prior to this role, Mike worked as a systems engineer for AGI, serving customers in the western U.S. such as Boeing, AeroVironment and Northrop Grumman. Before joining AGI, Mike worked for the Boeing Company developing custom engineering tools for the CH-47, RAH-66 and V-22 helicopters, and at Sikorsky Aircraft creating software requirements for the flight control systems and cockpit interface for the RAH-66 helicopter.
Mike has an M.S. in computer engineering from Villanova University and a B.S. in aerospace engineering with a minor in computer science from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He is an FAA-certified pilot with a focus on aerobatic flight.