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Systems Engineering: What is it? How do I do it, and Why do I want to do it? Presenter: Graham Bleakley
Abstract: To maintain a competitive advantage, organizations developing complex products and systems must react quickly and effectively to changing market forces. Functional differentiation through software can boost both innovation and flexibility, but software can also bring complexity to both products and development. Today, systems engineering is about connecting engineering disciplines to deliver innovative products and systems. In this webcast, you will learn about what is systems engineering, its relevance and best practices
Graham Bleakley: Graham Bleakley has a PhD in Model Based Systems Engineering and Process for Safety Critical Systems, He has been working in the area of Model Based Systems Engineering and Safety critical systems for over 20 years, mainly in the areas of Aerospace/Defense and Automotive where he has been a consultant for 10 years. He is an active member of the SysML standards organization of Object Management group and co-chair and lead architect of the OMG's UPDM Group.
Target audience – Requirements Engineers, Systems Engineers, Systems Architects, Project Managers