July 25, 2023

While this blog series focuses on the general concept of critical metrics for digital threads, we will illustrate these with actual examples. Commercial and open-source tools are available now to put these ideas into practice. For our example, we need a set of Data Sources, a Data Consumer to calculate and display the critical metrics,

July 20, 2023

One great promise of Digital Threads is that project managers can obtain a concise, real-time view of the state of system development. But there have been few examples of what this would look like and how it would be derived. In particular, we need to define critical metrics that the project managers can understand and

February 13, 2023

Intercax was a Ruby sponsor of the 2023 INCOSE International Workshop (IW) in Torrance, CA, USA, Jan 28-31. Our team comprising of Dr. Manas Bajaj (Chief Systems Officer), Lonnie VanZandt (Principal Solutions Architect), and Greg Salow (VP, Business Development) attended the IW to interact with peer system engineers and contribute to the digital engineering, SysML

January 4, 2023

TestRail From Gurock is a test management solution and accessible through the Syndeia Cloud REST API. In this notebook, we demonstrate how to navigate through the multilevel TestRail data model to obtain artifact data at any level. A TestRail Repository contains TestRail Projects, which map to Containers in the Syndeia data model A TestRail Project

December 20, 2022

In Part 6 of this series, we described Syndeia Cloud REST API calls to non-Configuration-Managed (non-CM or regular) DOORS NextGen (DNG) projects. DNG projects that are CM-enabled require users to navigate through several additional levels of Components, Streams, and Baselines to access all the data in the project. Components are contained within Projects; each Component

December 14, 2022

A key benefit of the Syndeia digital thread platform is that it enables the user to retrieve data from all the federated repositories through a single interface, the Syndeia Cloud REST API. Several Jupyter notebooks released with Syndeia 3.5 each focus on a specific repository type. This post will cover non-Configuration-Managed (non-CM or regular) DOORS