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Manage Requirements Across a Team

With Simulink® Requirements™, you can use requirements in conjunction with Simulink projects for team-based collaboration. You can create a repository of models, supporting files, documents, requirements, and links by using Simulink projects. You can reuse requirements and links sets for multiple projects. You can integrate shared library models and requirements sets with local models and requirements sets.

The Role of Projects in Team-Based Workflows

After you Author Requirements in Simulink and create links between design elements and your requirements, you can use Simulink projects to share requirements sets, requirements links, and Simulink models and supporting files across your team.

Your Simulink project can contain:

  • Local, modifiable versions of models, requirements sets, requirements links, and supporting files

  • Shared library versions of models, requirements sets, requirements links, and supporting files

If you incorporate the shared library models, requirements sets, requirements links, and supporting files in your requirements analysis, you can create requirements links between your local models and shared requirements. You can also create requirements between your local requirements and shared models and supporting files.

When you include local and shared library versions of models, requirements sets, requirements links, and supporting files in your Simulink project, Simulink Requirements loads all of the requirements sets and requirements links information for the project when you open the project. Your shared library requirements data is integrated into your local requirements data.

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