Calendar

Below is the Calendar showing Chapter events, Working and Local Group events, as well as International Events.

INCOSE UK Calendar
September 2019
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Human Systems Integration Conference (HSI2019)

International

Biarritz, France

Full Days

Human Systems Integration Conference (HSI2019)

International

Biarritz, France

Full Days

Human Systems Integration Conference (HSI2019)

International

Biarritz, France

Full Days

September meeting of the MBSE Interest Group

Model Based Systems Engineering

Leonardo EW Academy, Lincoln

09:30 - 16:00

DESIGN REVIEWS: PROCESS AND APPLICATION - A CASE STUDY

London Local Group

Aker Solutions Chiswick Park (Building 6) London W4 5HR

17:30 - 19:00

Requirements Management for AI Breakfast Briefing

IBM Advert

Hotel Cafe Royal, London

8:00am - 10:00am

Secure by Design

Railway Interest Group

Nova North, 11 Bressenden Place, Westminster, London SW1E 5BY (Arrive at the lobby and identify yourself at the security. Someone from SNC-Lavalin/Atkins will escort you.

17:30 - 18:30

Service Systems Engineering meeting

Service Systems Engineering

Rolls-Royce plc Whittle House WH73 PO Box 3, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QE, UK Sat nav postcode - BS34 6QA

10:30 - 14:30

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Current Events

Time Location Details
03/09/2019 -
03/09/2019

17:30 - 19:00
London Local Group


Aker Solutions Chiswick Park (Building 6) London W4 5HR
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DESIGN REVIEWS: PROCESS AND APPLICATION - A CASE STUDY


A case study of the development of a Design Review Process that reflects best practice, tailored to the Oil & Gas Industry and the subsea environment.

 

Incorporating a process driven approach to requirements-based design, verification, governance and assurance following the approach prescribed within IEC 15288 and IEC 61160.

 

Presentation by Ian Smith from Aker Solutions Ltd.

 

 

17:30 doors open for a 18:00 start

 

To register, please contact: h.hilarion@ucl.ac.uk

11/09/2019 -
13/09/2019

Full Days
International


Biarritz, France
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Human Systems Integration Conference (HSI2019)


INCOSE International Conference on Human Systems Integration, HSI2019, will be held in Biarritz, France on September 11-13, 2019. HSI emerges from the combination of human-centred design (HCD) and Systems Engineering (SE) as a highly participative and incremental process.

For more information visit www.incose.org/hsi2019

17/09/2019 -
17/09/2019

09:30 - 16:00
Model Based Systems Engineering


Leonardo EW Academy, Lincoln
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September meeting of the MBSE Interest Group


About

The September meeting of the MBSE Interest group to be held at the Leonardo EW Academy in Lincoln.


Agenda

09:30 – 10:30 Welcome, Introductions & Housekeeping – Ian Clark (MBDA)

10:30 - 11:00 Leonardo Overview – Philip Jackman (Leonardo)

11:00 - 12:00 SysML 2 Update - Graham Bleakly (IBM)

12:00 – 12:30 Update from IS 2019 – Stephen Powley (Coventry University)

12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 13:30 – 14:30 MBSE template for Spacecraft Functional Avionics – Joe Gregory (University of Bristol)

14:30 – 15:30 The Enterprise as a SoS, Architecture Framework – Bruce McNaughton (Change Aide)

15:30 – 16:00 AOB & Close

*All timings subject to change. 


Attending

To reserve a place please use the online booking system. Bookings will close on the 9th of September. 



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18/09/2019 -
18/09/2019

17:30 - 18:30
Railway Interest Group


Nova North, 11 Bressenden Place, Westminster, London SW1E 5BY (Arrive at the lobby and identify yourself at the security. Someone from SNC-Lavalin/Atkins will escort you.
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Secure by Design


 

Secure by Design

 Matt Simpson, Atkins and Darren Hepburn, Network Rail

 Wednesday, 18th September 2019, London
1700H Doors open, 1730H-1830H Event

With an increased adoption of digital information technology in our modern railways, and the requirement for greater interconnected systems driven to improve operational performance, reliability and customer journey satisfaction, the cyber security threat landscape is dramatically increased which risk the availability and safety of modern railway systems. Matt Simpson and Darren Hepburn will explore what can be done to counter the increased security risk by the adoption of a risk management framework proven within Network Rail.  

Matt Simpson is the Professional Head of Cyber Security and a Technical Director at Atkins. Darren Hepburn is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Network Rail. Together they will present an overview on the current application of Security Assurance Frameworks, built on proven security, systems and safety engineering standards that are being used to secure complex operational railway systems and future digital signalling technologies. They will subsequently facilitate a discussion on the current and future development of the area, and the challenges it faces.

Matt Simpson is a Chartered Systems Engineer and the Professional Head of Cyber Security for Atkins Global. Matt’s area of expertise and experience includes industrial cyber security, transport security, security cases within safety system assurance, secure SCADA architecture and the Internet of Things. Matt has designed and implemented cyber security programmes and he managed the delivery of complex security solutions for global engineering organisations, the defence sector and UK critical national infrastructure providers including Transport for London and Network Rail.

Darren Hepburn is an experienced Cyber Security Professional who has led senior Information Security and Architect teams in a range of domains before taking up the role of Network Rail Telecoms CISO in 2012. Since then, Darren’s remit has grown to include the security of not only the Telecoms systems but Power SCADA and Signalling, Command and Control Systems that are critical to safe and reliable UK rail operations.  Darren represents the Network Rail security team at several UK and European groups where he actively advocates for embedding cyber security into railway systems and processes to ensure cyber resilient operations.

The meeting will take place at Nova North, 11 Bressenden Place, Westminster, London SW1E 5BY (Arrive at the lobby and identify yourself at the security. Someone from SNC-Lavalin/Atkins will escort you

There is no charge for attendance and the event is open to non-members but places must be booked in advance. To book, obtain directions or to ask any other questions, please contact RIG Organiser, Mike Morua on m.morua@fnc.co.uk or 07763 455171. Please let me know of any special requirements.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is an international professional society for systems engineers whose mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world-class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government

The INCOSE UK Rail Interest Group has been formed:

  • To provide a forum for those interested in Systems Engineering in rail to network in a less formal environment, to exchange good practice and to provide mutual support in an area which can require some sustained perseverance;
  • To promote, improve and share the practice of Systems Engineering within the rail industry;
  • To foster connections with other professional bodies within rail and thereby promote cross fertilisation of knowledge and experience across sectors and community disciplines; and
  • To promote awareness of INCOSE UK and encourage membership within the rail industry.

For further information about the RIG, see www.incoseonline.org.uk and follow the ‘Groups’ link.



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23/09/2019 -
23/09/2019

10:30 - 14:30
Service Systems Engineering


Rolls-Royce plc Whittle House WH73 PO Box 3, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QE, UK Sat nav postcode - BS34 6QA
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Service Systems Engineering meeting


 

Agenda

 

Use of MBSE to model and define Services and Service-Centric Analysis and Design

 

Work for ASEC2019 - poster and workshop

 

24/09/2019 -
24/09/2019

8:00am - 10:00am
IBM Advert


Hotel Cafe Royal, London
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Requirements Management for AI Breakfast Briefing


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Join IBM to hear about the latest industry trends and discover how IBM is helping our customers embrace the necessary and inevitable digital transformation within their requirements management to help engineers improve the quality of their requirements, in real time.

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Future Events

Time Location Details
01/10/2019 -
01/10/2019

Full Day
UKAB


TBC
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UKAB Meeting


02/10/2019 -
02/10/2019

17:30 - 18:30
Railway Interest Group


Jacobs 20 George Hudson Street, York YO1 6WR
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Systems Integration for Delivery: A Network Rail Programme for Change


Systems Integration for Delivery: A Network Rail Programme for Change

 Kevin Gedge, Network Rail

 Wednesday, 2nd October 2019, York
1700H Doors open, 1730H-1830H Event

Delivering integrated railway infrastructure in the environment of increased complexity, coupled with commercial pressures is difficult at the best of times. On top of this, ethical issues, timescales, cost, societal expectations, resources, competencies, business needs, legislation and standards all appear to be conflicting energies unleashed on project teams.

Over the past year, Network Rail has been embarking on a change programme entitled Systems Integration for Delivery (SI4D), this is vital to improving passenger experience and to delivering a reliable, safe, secure, operable, maintainable and performing railway. This change programme embeds Systems Integration capability across the industry to improve the delivery of capital projects including provision of supporting processes, procedures, tools, guides and training. In his presentation Kevin Gedge intends to outline the SI4D framework, its application to projects and how it will impact individuals on projects from sponsors and project managers through to suppliers and third parties.

Kevin Gedge is a Network Rail Principal Engineer and Network Rail Technical Fellow. Kevin works within the discipline of Systems Integration and is both a Chartered Engineer and Certified Systems Engineering Professional. Kevin’s experience spans Defence, aviation and most recently the railway industry; where after working as a systems engineer on the Northern Hub programme, his recent work has been within the engineering headquarters organisation. This has been focused on the development, roll out and application of the Systems Integration for Delivery framework to projects, programmes and portfolios of work for Network Rail.

The meeting will take place at Jacobs, 20 George Hudson Street, York YO1 6WR. Arrive at the lobby and sign in for Jacobs – Photo ID will be required

There is no charge for attendance and the event is open to non-members but places must be booked in advance. To book, obtain directions or to ask any other questions, please contact RIG Organiser, Mike Morua on m.morua@fnc.co.uk or 07763455171. Please let me know of any special requirements.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is an international professional society for systems engineers whose mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world-class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government

The INCOSE UK Rail Interest Group has been formed:

  • To provide a forum for those interested in Systems Engineering in rail to network in a less formal environment, to exchange good practice and to provide mutual support in an area which can require some sustained perseverance;
  • To promote, improve and share the practice of Systems Engineering within the rail industry;

  • To foster connections with other professional bodies within rail and thereby promote cross fertilisation of knowledge and experience across sectors and community disciplines; and

  • To promote awareness of INCOSE UK and encourage membership within the rail industry.

For further information about the RIG, see www.incoseonline.org.uk and follow the ‘Groups’ link.

10/10/2019 -
11/10/2019

Full Days
International


Utrecht, Netherlands
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INCOSE EMEA WS 2019


This year's theme is LEF Future Center

10/10/2019 -
10/10/2019

10:00 to 16:30
Energy Systems Interest Group


TBD
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4th Working Meeting


19/11/2019 -
20/11/2019

Full Days
UK Chapter


Royal Armouries, Leeds
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Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2019 (ASEC 2019)


ASEC 2019 takes place on the 19th and 20th of November 2019 at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. Use #ASEC2019UK across Twitter and LinkedIn to get the latest news about the event as the programme develops.

Booking is now open!


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21/11/2019 -
21/11/2019

Full Day
UKAB


Royal Armoury, Leeds
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Joint Meeting of INCOSE UK Council and UKAB PoCs


Past Events

Time Location Details
16/07/2019 -
16/07/2019

Full Day
UKAB


TBC
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UKAB Meeting


10/07/2019 -
10/07/2019

09:30 - 16:00
Model Based Systems Engineering


ZF Technical Centre - Shirley, Birmingham
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MBSE Interest Group


About

July meeting of the MBSE Interest group to be held at the ZF Technical Centre in Shirley, Birmingham.


Agenda

  • From Verification to Code Generation Using the Coco Platform and MagicDraw - Philippa Hopcroft & Thomas Gibson-Robinson - University of Oxford / COCOTEC Ltd
  • Implimetation of MBSE at Bentely Motors - Alex Hazel, Bentley Motors
  • Discussion - Integrating techniques like SSM with MBSE - Topic proposed by Rolls-Royce
  • Overview of MBSE approach at ZF - TBC

Other items TBC


Attending

To reserve a place please use the online booking system. Bookings will close at the end of June. 



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27/06/2019 -
27/06/2019

10:00 to 16:30
Energy Systems Interest Group


Berkeley House, The Square, Lower Bristol Road, Bath, BA2 3BH
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3rd Working Meeting




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19/06/2019 -
19/06/2019

17:00 - 19:00
Railway Interest Group


WSP House Chancery Lane London
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Solving the Resilience Problem in Digital Railway


 

Designing safety critical systems like signalling and train control is arguably the most important job on the modern railway. While physical infrastructure and rolling stock continue to rely on tried-and-tested designs, signalling is undergoing a transformation with the introduction of the Digital Railway.

 

Our networks are increasingly congested, with more and varied traffic types. As we move toward a dynamically controlled model within this complex ecology, our ability to manage complexity and to assure the systems to the same level of safety integrity must evolve with the technology.

 

To achieve this, we need to facilitate a new management approach that incorporates a more targeted level of risk modelling. By progressively assessing system design – using data collected across the system lifecycle – we can continually refine a design and test its resilience, making enhancements as well as corrections where standards are deficient or non-existent. In doing so, we put system risk engineering back in the hands of the signalling engineers.

12/06/2019 -
12/06/2019

1800-1930
Scottish Local Group


2nd Floor, 95 Bothwell Street, Glasgow
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Local Group meeting


The INCOSE Scotland Local Group is planning a get together to formally re-start the group and plan our next steps. We are planning a short meeting from 6pm – 7.30pm on 12th June 2019 at Jacobs on the 2nd Floor, 95 Bothwell Street, Glasgow.

10/06/2019 -
10/06/2019

0900 - 1600
Early Careers Forum


AWE, Berkshire
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INCOSE UK ECF - Systems Engineering in Action


Following the success of the previous INCOSE UK - ECF event
hosted by Atkins (Bristol) in November 2018, the next Forum
has been planned. AWE has kindly offered to host the Forum on
behalf of INCOSE UK - ECF at their Aldermaston site, the event is
now open to applications from INCOSE UK members.

Spaces are limited to a maximum of 35 conference delegates only.
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and are
subject to meeting security clearance requirements.

While the Systems Engineering of complex solutions may initially present the inexperienced engineer with an overwhelming array of variables to consider and problems to solve, in practise specific aspects of the systems engineering process will be more important to realising the final system solution than others; understanding of the problem space, operational environment, system interfaces or system operation for example.

This event will focus on Systems Engineering in action, speakers from AWE and Lockheed Martin will present on projects that illustrate the importance of different aspects of systems engineering in realising a good system solution.

This event will be hosted at AWE Aldermaston. Maps and details for travel will be provided to delegates when their registration is complete.

AWE is a nuclear licensed site; as such all delegates must comply with AWE’s security requirements in order to gain site access. Following registration, you will be contacted via email to provide personal information to AWE’s security team. This information is required to arrange site access and will be handled in accordance with GDPR regulations. AWE reserves the right to refuse site access to applicants.

Please express your interest in attending this event by registering here or by email to ecf@incoseonline.org.uk. If you would like to visit the Educational Collection please state this also.

It should be noted that AWE Security will need to process your site access and therefore late applications may not be processed on time.

04/06/2019 -
04/06/2019

10:00
UK Chapter


Atkins, The Hub 500 Park Avenue Aztec West Bristol BS32 4RZ United Kingdom
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SEP Examination


In order to gain ASEP or CSEP it is necessary for INCOSE UK members to sit the certification examination.

INCOSE UK are hosting a paper version of this examination in Bristol at 10am on 4 June 2019.

The examination is based on the INCOSE SE handbook V4 and consists of 100 questions.

Duration is 100 minutes.  

For background information on the certification process please reference INCOSE UK guide - U1 and The INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook V4.

It is necessary for candidates to be INCOSE UK members in order to participate in the exam. For more details and fees contact profdev@incoseonline.org.uk

22/05/2019 -
22/05/2019

All Day
Agile Systems Engineering WG


Leonardo
8-10 Great George St
London, SW1P 3AE
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Problem Structuring Workshop


Following a first meeting of the reconstituted INCOSE Agile SE Working Group, one of the priorities identified was how we can ensure that Agile Systems Practitioners are competent. We are therefore holding a problem structuring workshop to better understand the situation.

The workshop will take place on May 22nd in London, and will be facilitated by Duncan Kemp of DE&S. We would like a broad cross-section of participants from industry, academia, and different domains at the workshop so that different perspectives can be captured for further investigation and development.

The venue for the workshop will be:
Leonardo
8-10 Great George St
London, SW1P 3AE


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22/05/2019 -
22/05/2019

17:00 - 18:30
Railway Interest Group


Arrive starting at 17: 00 at Jacob’s London office at Cottons Centre • London SE1. Visitors should introduce themselves at Ground floor reception, and they will be given a pass up to the second floor. Please wait at the second floor lobby to be escorted to the room. The presentation will commence at 17:30 and finish by 18:30.
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Whole Systems Modelling / Digital Twins of UK Railways


Digital twins are the fashion now it seems, with the concept first cited as appearing around 2001. The roots of this though, go back to the emergence of cybernetics in the 1970s and the prescience of Cybersyn. For Network Rail the beginnings were more mundane, the simple question was “How do we assure the performance impact of the decisions we make?” The challenge is that this question naturally snowballs to involve a very large number of network rail activities and is inherently cross industry in its implications. This has been the focus of the Whole System Modelling Programme over the last two years, considering the range of decisions currently supported (or under-supported) by modelling and simulation, and building new capability.

To tackle this challenge we used TRIZ methods to systematically explore the complex system of interacting problems, then defined a range of work to target the key aspects of the this newly understood problem space. We made sure that we had internal and external perspectives and took inspiration from the most advanced practice in the modelling and simulation world and from universal systems evolution trends. As a result we have a different perspective on digital twins, starting from the purpose we want to put them to. We have achieved a couple of firsts for Network Rail along the way too, blazing new trails in procurement and intellectual property management.

To create detailed requirements at the project level and align these across the programme we used systems engineering methods, adopting an architectural approach. This exposed some challenges of applying these methods to large non compartmentalised systems. The work will contribute to a gradual move towards model based systems engineering as a way of working in the railway and as we start to connect operational simulation with infrastructure design with BIM. Some of our early outputs are already influencing wider activities and the first software solutions have been demonstrated.  We are now contracting for their final embodiment and roll out. The longer term implications are far more significant. We anticipate that this work will lead to significant changes to network code, resulting from changes and acceleration of timetabling processes, dramatic acceleration of infrastructure design and similar impacts for sale of access rights and franchising.

The talk will illustrate alternative ways to tackle complex interconnected problems – applying whole system thinking to complex system of systems challenges to identify, target and address dependencies that are non- obvious. We will consider current best practice in modelling and simulation of complex systems, the implications of this for decision support and for those promoting digital twins. It will highlight the extent of change we can expect to see in the coming years and provide a view of systemic needs and opportunities in railways and transport for this technology. It will also touch on some of the emerging thinking on public sector procurement and intellectual property.

All views expressed will be those of Dr Ford, and should not be considered to represent Network Rail’s official position or policies.

Ben Ford originally trained as a metallurgist but quickly moved on to become an alchemist, working in the innovation space to turn the “base metal” of current products and services into innovative, new solutions “gold”. After a spell in bid writing and consulting, Ben became increasingly involved in innovation skill training and coaching to prepare people to development innovative systems and services. Moving to the railway, he supported a range of projects and began the process of advancing the sectors’ thinking in this area.  He prepared the innovation chapter of the Network Rail technical strategy which was used to fund innovations such as automated signal sighting, wireless signalling systems, and maintenance robots. More recently Ben initiated the first use of the Network Rail’s Innovate UK Competitive R&D mechanisms and the first use of the innovation partnership procurement mechanism. He is now taking on a role in Systems Operations to drive innovation, research and development oriented towards operations and value delivery from rail.

There is no charge for attendance and the event is open to non-members but places must be booked in advance. To book, obtain directions or to ask any other questions, please contact RIG Organiser, Mike Morua on m.morua@fnc.co.uk or 07763 455171. Please let me know of any special requirements before the event.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is an international professional society for systems engineers whose mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world-class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government 

The INCOSE UK Rail Interest Group has been formed:

  • To provide a forum for those interested in Systems Engineering in rail to network in a less formal environment, to exchange good practice and to provide mutual support in an area which can require some sustained perseverance;
  • To promote, improve and share the practice of Systems Engineering within the rail industry;
  • To foster connections with other professional bodies within rail and thereby promote cross fertilisation of knowledge and experience across sectors and community disciplines; and
  • To promote awareness of INCOSE UK and encourage membership within the rail industry.

For further information about the RIG, see www.incoseonline.org.uk and follow the ‘Groups’ link. 

29/04/2019 -
29/04/2019

10:00 - 14:30
Service Systems Engineering


Rolls-Royce plc Whittle House WH73 PO Box 3, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QE, UK Sat Nav postcode - BS34 6QA
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Meeting 35


 

Agenda

 

  • Can we use MBSE for Service-Centric Analysis and Design - Is it useful?
  • Service Lifecycle Representations and Harmonisation

 

 Apply via INCOSE UK Calendar before 19 April.  Security ID required