SysML v2, or Systems Modeling Language version 2, is the next-generation version of SysML. SysML v2 is being developed by the Object Management Group (OMG), which is a standards organization that develops and maintains various software standards, including SysML.
The primary goal of SysML v2 is to address some of the limitations of the current version of SysML and to make it more scalable and adaptable to different modeling domains. SysML v2 will be a significant update to the language, with changes to the underlying semantics, syntax, and structure of the language.
Some of the key features of SysML v2 include:
- Model-driven engineering: SysML v2 will support model-driven engineering, which is a software engineering approach that emphasizes the use of models to design and develop software systems.
- Domain-specific languages: SysML v2 will support the creation of domain-specific languages (DSLs) that can be used to model specific aspects of a system. This will make it easier to develop models that are tailored to the needs of specific modeling domains.
- Improved scalability: SysML v2 will be designed to support larger and more complex systems than the current version of SysML. This will make it easier to model complex systems, such as cyber-physical systems and large-scale enterprise systems.
- Improved tool support: SysML v2 will be designed to work with modern modeling tools and environments, including cloud-based modeling tools and web-based collaboration tools.
Overall, SysML v2 represents a significant update to the Systems Modeling Language, with changes that are designed to make it more scalable, adaptable, and easier to use. As SysML v2 is still under development, it will be interesting to see how it evolves and how it is adopted by the modeling community.