Systems Engineering V Model diagrams can be helpful in presenting project workflow. The template we are going to explore in this post is an animated PowerPoint template which can be used for making systems engineering diagrams using the V Model approach.
The template starts with a slide depicting a V Model diagram, with placeholders to add a topic and sub-topic. You can introduce your complete model in this slide and then proceed to elaborate upon the various parts of the diagram in the slides that follow.
The sample slides are divided in different sections, each explaining part of the V Model diagram. The diagram is made out for you and you can add text to customize it to display relevant information related to your specific topic.
The various slides depict parts of the diagram labeled as 1, 2, 3 and so on. As a complete diagram with too many textboxes can be overwhelming for an audience and even the presenter, using this method can help better elaborate each section of the diagram in detail, with slides dedicated to different parts of the workflow.
In the end, you can touch upon the conclusion, summary or any closing remarks, to conclude your presentation. This sample slide, labeled as ‘Final Point’ is meant to help end the presentation. You can also incorporate the complete V Model diagram in your concluding slides, such as by using the V Models given in slides 2-4. The objects in this animated template are editable and can be moved using drag and drop.
Once you’re done with the presentation, make sure you preview your slides as a Slide Show to see how your added text, images and diagrams resonate with the animations and if you’re satisfied with the final output. This V Model diagram template is available for not only PowerPoint but also Keynote. For more compatibility details, see the links given below.
Go to Presenter Media – Systems Engineering V Model Diagram Template For PowerPoint (Standard Edition)
Go to Presenter Media – Systems Engineering V Model Diagram Template For PowerPoint (Widescreen Edition)
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