A Journey Through Systems Engineering in an Hour and a Quarter

RUAG Space, Wednesday 3rd June, 17:30 - 19:30, A Journey Through Systems Engineering in an Hour and a Quarter

Presenter: Rober Halligan is an executive professional engineer and engineering practitioner; Robert is known internationally for his role in the practice and improvement of technology-based projects. 

He is a Past President of the Systems Engineering Society of Australia and past member of the Board of INCOSE. He was inaugural  Head of Delegation of INCOSE to ISO/IEC JTC1 SC7 on software and system engineering, and was a key reviewer of EIA 632 (Engineering of Systems) and EIA 731 (Systems Engineering Capability Model). He co-chaired the launch of that standard. He has content in EIA/IS 632 and its successor in the area of requirements quality, IEEE 1220 in the area of functional analysis, and in the various releases of ISO/IEC 15288. He was until recently an INCOSE Ambassador. Robert has delivered systems engineering training to over 10,500 professionals across the globe. He founded Project Performance International (PPI) in 1992 and is its CEO. 

Presentation: Using an amusing example from start to finish, Robert will have us performing with him Requirements Analysis, Physical Design, Logical Design, the conduct of Trade-Off Studies, Specification of system elements, System Integration, Verification, Validation, and Systems Engineering Management, all incorporating a strongly model-based approach (MBSE). In this interactive event, we can expect important principles to shine, and impediments to success to be highlighted.

Please email events@ssse.ch to register for attending.

Date: 
Wednesday, June 3, 2015 - 17:30
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