Artisan Software Tools, represented by Dedicated Systems Australia , have announced the release of Artisan Studio Uno. The Artisan Studio Uno is an entry-level toolset for standards-based, model-driven systems and software development using OMG SysML and UML.
The Artisan Studio Uno delivers the same functionality that has earned Artisan Studio its enviable pedigree in supporting collaborative, complex, mission and safety-critical systems and software development for the most demanding customers in the military, aerospace and defense, automotive and medical industries.
The Artisan Studio Uno implements and automates the OMG SysML and UML standards to present systems and software engineers with design views that are precisely tailored to their needs. It enables them to clearly capture system requirements, structure and behavior, using requirements diagrams, parametric diagrams and block diagrams.
These views enable all stakeholders to improve their understanding of the planned systems while ensuring that the requirements are agreed and mapped through to the system designs.
If the project grows beyond the limit of the single user version, the Artisan Studio Uno models can be imported into the fully multi-user version, Artisan Studio. The modeling investment is therefore protected and major project expansion can be accommodated.
According to Hedley Apperly, Vice President-Marketing, Artisan Software Tools, the Artisan Studio Uno is capable of providing complete support for the project lifecycle from conception through implementation and maintenance, and is suitable for use by individual systems and software engineers and small development teams working on real world projects.
The Artisan Studio Uno includes Artisan Rose Importer and Artisan Document Generator. The Artisan’s Rose Importer allows legacy UML models originally developed using Rational Rose to be imported into Artisan Studio Uno, reducing manual effort when migrating from this early UML modeling tool. The Artisan Document Generator pulls diagrams and text from the models to automatically generate design documents for review by key project stakeholders throughout the design process. This increases communication and ensures the right product requirements are being met, earlier in the project lifecycle.