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Successsful SR Technics event enjoyed by all

About 35 Engineers from across Switzerland attended the SSSE's site tour and lecture hosted by SR Technics.

The presentation was given by Mrs Ruxandra Müller who is Head of the Office of Airworthiness.  She gave an impressive overview of the complexity of work at SR Technics. Thus reminding all us attending just how valuable the tools and methodologies of Systems Engineering are needed to manage complexity.

EMEASEC 2014 Information Brochure Issue 1_20140316.pdf

See attachment for the latest information on this year's EMEA Sector conference.

Visit NAFEMS 20./21. May 2014 in Bamberg

NAFEMS and INCOSE agreed for a cooperation in 2012. This is also acitvely lived by the related chapters. Thererfore, the conference of NAFEMS DACH (Germany/Austria/Switzerland) provides two tracks on Systems Engineering. And INCOSE members are entitled to join for the member fee!

Have a look to the conference's web page, where you will find the program and registration information:

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.


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