MBSE in Railway Industry
Qifang Wang & Sergio Guindas García
: 11 April 2023
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Canada Eastern Time
Join us for an exciting session hosted by INCOSE Canada where we will explore the potential benefits of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) in the railway industry. Our speakers, Qifang Wang and Sergio Guindas García, will discuss the challenges faced by the industry and how MBSE can provide solutions. Qifang is the Rolling Stock MBSE Method and Tool Referent at Alstom Transportation, while Sergio is a Systems Engineer & Architect for Deutsche Bahn, and both hold advanced degrees in System Engineering from ISAE-Supareo. They are experts in their field and will share valuable insights into the application of MBSE methodology for rolling stock functional architecture design and the digitization of the railway network for autonomous train operation. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the best in the industry and discover how MBSE can improve communication, support engineering tasks, and deal with the complexity of the railway system and its environment.
Qifang Wang holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering and System Engineering from INSA, as well as an Advanced Masters in System Engineering from ISAE-Supareo. At Alstom Transportation, she serves as the Rolling Stock MBSE Method and Tool Referent, responsible for developing and deploying MBSE methodology for rolling stock functional architecture design. With her extensive expertise, Qifang is a valuable resource for those looking to improve their understanding and application of MBSE.
Sergio Guindas García is a Systems Engineer & Architect for Deutsche Bahn, where he focuses on developing connectivity and computation platforms for the digitization of the railway network for autonomous train operation. He holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Madrid Polytechnic University and a Masters in Systems Engineering from ISAE-Supareo, as well as an MBA from EAE Business School in Spain. Sergio is also a part-time lecturer at INSA, ISAE-Supaero, and ENAC engineering schools, where he teaches MBSE and INCOSE certification exam preparation courses. Since 2017, he has been an INCOSE member and is currently a member of the MBSE Working Group within the Spanish Chapter, as well as an active participant in the French Chapter. His diverse experience and knowledge make him an ideal speaker for the upcoming INCOSE Canada event.