Digital engineering is at the centre of our systems thinking capabilities, with advancing the theory and practice of Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) at our core. We constantly invest in the research and innovation that enables us to continue to lead the field in its advancement and application, reducing your project risk and increasing successful outcomes.
Digital engineering expertise delivers solutions to complex, and often ambiguous, challenges.
Shoal has been at the forefront of advancing the theory and practice in Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and has contributed significantly to the body of knowledge. Digital engineering has be found to deliver a more superior return on investment for our clients than traditional unstructured and document-based approaches, still unfortunately found on some projects.
Through this leadership role, our papers have been peer reviewed and presented at national and international conferences; we initiated and chaired Australia’s first annual MBSE Symposium; formed and chaired INCOSE’s Model-Based Conceptual Design Working Group; and have made significant contributions to INCOSE’s Systems Engineering Handbook and related standards. Our staff are recognised for these efforts with INCOSE’s awards, fellowships and keynote addresses to INCOSE’s international symposium.
For Shoal, the essence of our Systems Engineering Capability is digital, and specifically Model-based Systems Engineering. Our view is that there should only be a digital engineering approach to engineering systems and capabilities. The published evidence demonstrates that for complex challenges any other approach increases risk and the final cost and schedule of the project.
Across the defence and transport sectors, in Australia and abroad, we provide systems engineering support to programs in government and industry that is internationally recognised. Shoal has employed a digital engineering approach across the whole capability lifecycle, to provide the digital thread from strategy to detailed capability and system design to project delivery and integration into the operational organisation. This digital engineering approach ensures there is a digital thread of decision rational and decision making across the whole lifecycle and that the lifecycle is executed as efficiently and effectively and possible.
- Digital transformation of systems engineering
- Model Based Systems Engineering
- Creating the digital thread from strategy to systems design to systems integration
- Defence, transport, infrastructure and space systems
- Early lifecycle systems engineering.