SysML V2: The next-generation Systems Modeling Language
The SysML® v2 RFP was issued on December 8, 2017. This culminated an 18-month effort to develop the requirements for the next-generation systems modeling language, which is intended to improve the precision, expressiveness, and usability over SysML v1. The requirements reflect lessons-learned from applying model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with SysML since its adoption more than 10 years ago.
The RFP requires the specification to include both a SysML profile of UML® and a SysML metamodel, and a mapping between them. In addition, submitters have the option to specify additional features that include model interchange and formal semantics.
The capabilities provided by SysML v2 should enable improved effectiveness and broader adoption of MBSE.