Successful MBSE adoption requires a multitude of aspects:

1. A suitable MBSE methodology as a foundation leveraging MBSE benefits (e.g. re-use or variability handling)
2. (Restricted) Modeling languages (e.g. SysML) providing company-specific needs in order to define company-wide consistent models
3. Modeling tools that have to be adapted to support both easy usage by practitioners as well as automated tasks (e.g. document generation, correct-by-construction checks)
4. Suitable training materials and teaching concepts to ease change and confidence in of adapting teams.
With 10+ years of experience, we provide our customers with hands-on support and experiences in these areas. Driven by these goals, we founded qwitto in 2017 and support various domains and tasks along MBSE adoption. Our office is located in Munich, Germany, but we serve customers worldwide.

Who we are

At qwitto a team of motivated and skilled software engineers supports you in the field of Advanced Systems Engineering.
Here we introduce you to our management.

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Voss
Sebastian is one of the founders of qwitto. Previously, he was a lead researcher at a research institute under the auspices of the Technical University Munich (TUM). Sebastian was heading the Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) department and the Embedded Systems Software Engineering Institute (ESSEI) and has set up the Center of Systems Engineering (CASE). Since 2020 he is also a professor at the University of Applied Science in Aachen heading the chair of Advanced Systems Engineering. With more than 15 years of experience in MBSE adoption in various domains, he supports qwitto and his customers with best practices and consulting in MBSE adoption.

Dr. Johannes Eder
Johannes is Co-Founder of qwitto and its CTO. He focuses on the successful adoption of software and systems engineering in industry and its tool support. He received his Ph.D. from the  Technical University of Munich (TUM) (Chair of Software & Systems Engineering) in close collaboration with fortiss . Johannes was part of the Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) department after he received his Master’s Degree in informatics from TUM. He has more than 10 years of experience in MBSE adoption in various industry domains.