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Faster, Better, Cheaper. The Fallacy of MBSE? – A presentation by David Long

David Long, President of INCOSE, elaborated on this question: Faster, Better, Cheaper. The Fallacy of MBSE?. Can we really pick only two of them? Or will MBSE provide a way to pick the third as well?

About 30 engineers followed the great presentation by David Long. Considering the whole life cycle, MBSE provides big potential to come close the the vision faster, better, cheaper.

Call for Papers: 5th International Conference on Complex Systems Design & Management CSD&M 2014

Designing complex industrial systems is a fundamental strategic challenges. This spawned the relatively new academic field of "system architecture & engineering", producing a body of research that allows engineers to manage the increasing complexity of the technical systems they design. This field is at the interface between industry and academia, and requires its practitioners to understand the industrial concrete contexts as well as to master a strong theoretical background.

Corporate and Student membership

As of now, the SSSE offers two new types of membership.

For students, a new free membership is available.

Companies or departments wishing to support the SSSE of companies can now join the SSSE.

Impressive Evocean lecture by Blaise Rey-Mermet

About 25 Engineers ranging from general Systems Engineers to specialist Continuous Improvement Engineers gathered at RUAG Space to view Blaise Rey-Mermet's insight into several methods of achieving process improvements.  Blaise has an impressive knowledge and understanding of how to implement process improvements in a wide spectrum of Engineering companies.  This was conveyed across to the attendees during the presentation and the questions that followed.

The slides from the lecture are located below:

Successful Application of SE Presented at QIAGEN Event

Stefan Eisenring and David Clerk presented how the structured and auditable approach of systems engineering provides benefit for QIAGEN. Following the processes described in ISO/IEC 15288:2008 and further outlined in the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook results in successful certification of products developed by QIAGEN.


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