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The Basics of Creating Successful Systems

ATI's Fundamentals of Systems Engineering course


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Summary:

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    Today's complex systems present difficult challenges to develop. From military systems to aircraft to environmental and electronic control systems, development teams must face the challenges with an arsenal of proven methods. Individual systems are more complex, and systems operate in much closer relationship, requiring a system-of-systems approach to the overall design.

    This two-day workshop presents the fundamentals of a systems engineering approach to solving complex problems. It covers the underlying attitudes as well as the process definitions that make up systems engineering. The model presented is a research-proven combination of the best existing standards.

    Participants in this workshop practice the processes on a realistic system development.

    Read more about one company's long experience here.

Tuition:

Instructors:

Dr. Eric Honour, CSEP, international consultant and lecturer, has a 40-year career of complex systems development & operation. Former President of INCOSE, selected as Fellow and as Founder. He has led the development of 18 major systems, including the Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation systems and the Battle Group Passive Horizon Extension System. BSSE (Systems Engineering), US Naval Academy; MSEE, Naval Postgraduate School; and PhD, University of South Australia.

Mr. William "Bill" Fournier is Senior Software Systems Engineering with 30 years experience the last 11 for a defense contractor. Mr. Fournier taught DoD Systems Engineering full time for over three years at DSMC/DAU as a Professor of Engineering Management. Mr. Fournier has taught Systems Engineering at least part time for more than the last 20 years. Mr. Fournier holds a MBA and BS Industrial Engineering / Operations Research and is DOORS trained. He is a certified CSEP, CSEP DoD Acquisition, and PMP. He is a contributor to DAU/DSMC, defense contractor internal Systems Engineering Courses and Process, and INCOSE publications.

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You Should Attend This Workshop If You Are:

  • Working in any sort of system development
  • Project leader or key member in a product development team
  • Looking for practical methods to use today

This Course Is Aimed At:

  • Project leaders,
  • Technical team leaders,
  • Design engineers, and
  • Others participating in system development

Course Outline:

  1. Systems Engineering Model — An underlying process model that ties together all the concepts and methods. System thinking attitudes. Overview of the systems engineering processes. Incremental, concurrent processes and process loops for iteration. Technical and management aspects.

  2. Where Do Requirements Come From? — Requirements as the primary method of measurement and control for systems development. Three steps to translate an undefined need into requirements; determining the system purpose/mission from an operational view; how to measure system quality, analyzing missions and environments; requirements types; defining functions and requirements.

  3. Where Does a Solution Come From? — Designing a system using the best methods known today. What is an architecture? System architecting processes; defining alternative concepts; alternate sources for solutions; how to allocate requirements to the system components; how to develop, analyze, and test alternatives; how to trade off results and make decisions. Establishing an allocated baseline, and getting from the system design to the system. Systems engineering during ongoing operation.

  4. Ensuring System Quality — Building in quality during the development, and then checking it frequently. The relationship between systems engineering and systems testing. Technical analysis as a system tool. Verification at multiple levels: architecture, design, product. Validation at multiple levels; requirements, operations design, product.

  5. Systems Engineering Management — How to successfully manage the technical aspects of the system development; planning the technical processes; assessing and controlling the technical processes, with corrective actions; use of risk management, configuration management, interface management to guide the technical development.

  6. Systems Engineering Concepts of Leadership — How to guide and motivate technical teams; technical teamwork and leadership; virtual, collaborative teams; design reviews; technical performance measurement.

  7. Summary — Review of the important points of the workshop. Interactive discussion of participant experiences that add to the material.


Tuition:

    Tuition for this two-day course is $1290 per person. Please call us at 410-956-8805 or send an email to ati@aticourses.com.

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