Samares Engineering delivers services and technical solutions in the field of Systems Engineering, and more especially with Model-Based Systems Engineering approach. It concerns different domains including (but not restricted to) Aerospace, Defence, Automotive and Energy. It is based in Toulouse (France).
Samares Engineering was born 6 years ago following a clear finding: engineers are poorly equipped for systems engineering practices. They transform needs into solutions through a set of documents and discuss with experts for the system definition and verification through exchanges of documents. Key information is written in natural language that often contains ambiguities or is subject to different interpretations, what leads to issues discovered late in the development cycle. Those key data are also spread and sometimes diluted into several documents, what makes the global consistency hard to reach.
Convinced that the use of models can accelerate the system development by improving the quality of requirements early in the system definition, Samares Engineering has developed a strong expertise in Model-Based Systems Engineering (practices analysis, method definition, tool evaluation, tool customization, training, coaching and support). This expertise is now recognized by large companies in Europe and in Asia with regular MBSE consulting requests. But Samares Engineering does not restrict its expertise to large companies. Samares Engineering delivers missions for different populations and different maturity levels. Customers come from research, education and industry, and Samares Engineering provides services that range from awareness to evaluation through pilot projects and to deployment in operational projects.
In parallel, Samares Engineering provides educational support on practical model-based systems Engineering with SysML coupled with other modelling languages to regional high schools and universities. The company also contributes to and actively supports the AFIS association (French chapter of INCOSE) to promote systems engineering discipline and is strongly involved in the MBSE technical committee: co-leader of the committee and participation to 4 working groups.