Model Based Enterprise (MBE) Overview (300-00-138)

Model-Based Enterprise (MBE) is a business practice primarily focused on the use of digital data and subsequent datasets. In order to support MBE, various model-based activities (MBx) are typically implemented, such as model-based definition (MBD) or model-based systems engineering (MBSE). The goal of being able to produce, consume and utilize digital data both upstream and downstream can be achieved with proper implementation and preparation.

This course provides an introduction to MBE. No prior knowledge or understanding is needed, and learners will be guided through various topics discussing what MBE is, why it matters, and how it can be supported. Model-based definition is also discussed, and MBD schemas are introduced to provide a basis for structuring data.

The goal of this course is to provide learners with enough knowledge to make informed decisions regarding MBE and MBD, while feeling confident about adopting a model-based enterprise. Upon completion students will have a general knowledge of MBE, Model-Based Definition (MBD) and its role in the MBE, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), and tools for evaluating current processes to help with the preliminary planning activities for a transition to digital workflows.

Purchasing this content grants 90 days of access from purchase date.
  • Introduction
  • Module 1 - The Model-Based Enterprise (MBE)
  • Module 2 - MBE Roadblocks
  • Module 3 - Product Lifecyle Management (PLM)
  • Module 4 - IDEF0 Diagrams
  • Module 5 - Model-Based Definition (MBD)
  • Module 6 - MBD Schema
  • Module 7 - Detailed Product Definition
  • Conclusion
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certificate with a duration: Forever