Calendar

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

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Requirements Engineering – curse or cure?

Bristol Local Group

Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol

18:30 - 21:00

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Current Events

Time Location Details
24/11/2004 -
24/11/2004

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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Requirements Engineering – curse or cure?


The theme of this event is the requirements engineering, and it will feature a panel of four guest speakers from a diverse set of organisations:


There are 2 Documents for this event, click here to view

Future Events

Time Location Details
23/02/2005 -
23/02/2005

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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Whole Life Costing


The theme of this event is issues related to the whole life costing of systems, and it will feature presentations from three guest speakers from these organisations:


There are 4 Documents for this event, click here to view
27/04/2005 -
27/04/2005

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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What is Most Important to System Design Success: Models, Design Documents, Process or Something Else?


The aim is to consider the pros and cons of a proposed model built from design documents of systems engineering design, into which process is integrated. The model, to be presented by George Caple, consists of a Department of Defense Architecture Framework and an ANSI/AIAA G-043 Proposed Operational Concept Document. This model is directly related to the published work of Peter Checkland (Soft Systems), and James Martin (Aerospace).


There are 2 Documents for this event, click here to view
29/06/2005 -
29/06/2005

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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AGM and Architectural Frameworks - How MoDAF will change my Life


MOD Architectural Framework (MODAF) is being developed as a critical enabler of Network Enabled Capability, which enables improved interoperability and should realise significant cost avoidance benefits through improved efficiency of the MOD acquisition processes and reduction in the amount of rework required to deliver interoperability and integration.


There are 3 Documents for this event, click here to view
15/07/2005 -
15/07/2005

15:00 - 16:30
Bristol Local Group


Airbus factory, Filton, Bristol
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Visit to Concorde


Visit to Concorde


There is 1 Document for this event, click here to view
21/07/2005 -
21/07/2005

17:30 - 19:00
Midlands Local Group


SEIC
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Collaborative e-Business Trading


The Midlands Local Group of the UK chapter of the International Council on Systems


There is 1 Document for this event, click here to view
28/09/2005 -
28/09/2005

None
Bristol Local Group


None
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The tool vendors response to Architectural Frameworks


In June, Bristol Local Group held the first of two meetings on Architectural Frameworks in general and MoDAF in particular, with contributions from MoD and academia.  This, the second meeting, was the tool vendors’ turn to put their point of view.  Forty-six people were present to hear three excellent speakers giving their diverse views.


There are 3 Documents for this event, click here to view
30/11/2005 -
30/11/2005

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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Contract compliance and fitness-for-purpose


Achieving effective verification, validation, test and evaluation of current and future network centric and complex systems involves many challenges. Three expert speakers will introduce the session by briefly giving their views on some current and near-term challenges facing suppliers and customers as they strive to demonstrate and accept contract compliance and fitness for purpose:


There are 6 Documents for this event, click here to view
08/12/2005 -
08/12/2005

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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Systems Engineering – the Boomerang Effect


Robert Halligan from the INCOSE Australian Chapter will be giving a tutorial on Systems Engineering, the Australian way. It promises to be a fully interactive and engaging event.


There are 3 Documents for this event, click here to view
26/01/2006 -
26/01/2006

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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New moves in Requirements


Learning from experience… a fully interactive workshop involving over 40 practitioners from the MoD and other industry sectors – you. Come with burning questions or smouldering solutions – audience participation is mandatory, learning is guaranteed.


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28/02/2006 -
28/02/2006

9:30 - 15:30
Midlands Local Group


SEIC
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The Future of Systems Integration


The Midlands Local Group of the UK chapter of the International Council on Systems


There is 1 Document for this event, click here to view

Past Events

Time Location Details
29/09/2004 -
29/09/2004

18:30 - 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Room 1N05 on the University of the West of England (UWE), Frenchay Campus, Bristol
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21st Century Systems Engineering Challenges


The theme of this first event is the challenges facing Systems Engineering now and in the future and will feature two guest speakers:


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27/04/2004 -
28/04/2004

Full Days
UK Chapter


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INCOSE UK Spring Conference 2004


Moving The Profession Forward
12/05/2003 -
14/05/2003

Full Days
UK Chapter


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INCOSE UK Spring Conference 2003


The Business Case For Systems Engineering
11/11/2002 -
12/11/2002

Full Days
UK Chapter


Abingdon
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Autumn Assembly 2002


INCOSE UK's Annual Autumn Assembly 2002

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08/04/2002 -
10/04/2002

Full Days
UK Chapter


The Five Lakes Hotel, Golf, Country Club & Spa in Tolleshunt Knights, Maldon, Essex.
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Spring Symposium 2002 - "Triple SE - Safe and Secure Systems Engineering"


Since the terrible events of 11 Sep 01, the world has faced a much more uncertain future. Routine travel throughout the world by air, which has hitherto been taken for granted, has become a major source of concern. This has not only caused a major re-assessment of the security and safety of air travel, but the certainties surrounding many other aspects of our ever-more interconnected life have been called into question. A number of recent public inquiries into major incidents have referred to a failure of systems as a prime contributory factor.

In getting to the root of these kinds of issues we need to take into account all dimensions of the problem – people, both operators and customers, technology, organisation, environment etc – in other words, the kind of holistic approach that Systems Engineering is well placed to provide. The Spring Symposium for 2002 will therefore have as its theme “Triple SE” – Safe and Secure Systems Engineering.

29/11/2001 -
29/11/2001


Scottish Local Group


Teacher Building, St Enoch's Square, Glasgow
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First Scottish Systems Engineering Convention


First Scottish Systems Engineering Convention


There are 2 Documents for this event, click here to view
14/05/2001 -
16/05/2001

Full Days
UK Chapter


Landmark Conference & Training Centre, Daventry, Northampton
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Spring Symposium 2001 - Systems Engineering for the Third Millennium – Developing the Art and Science to face new challenges


Engineering evolved during the second half of the second millennium as a process for harnessing technology to produce products to support human-centric activity. As engineering became more specialised society’s expectations of engineering it increased. These fostered the need for an overarching process to co-ordinate and integrate engineering and related activities. From these beginnings, systems engineering has emerged in the last 60 years.

Systems engineering is the interface between engineering and its customers: commerce and society. It has proved so useful and successful that it has been adopted by non-engineering, more human-oriented disciplines. In order to meet the challenges of these new applications, systems engineering has broadened its tool set to embrace “soft” methods, many of which were originally developed in the human sciences. Thus systems engineering has evolved to provide an integrating conceptual framework for understanding stakeholder (including customer and user) needs; for exploring the solution space to determine the preferred solution; and for co-ordinating all the specialist activities that are needed to realise the selected solution.

The discipline of systems engineering now straddles the traditional boundary between the Sciences and Humanities. It has become subject to complex, sometimes contradictory influences. During the 2001 Spring Symposium we would like to explore both the achievements of systems engineering and the challenges facing it. What is the current state of systems engineering? How will it develop in the future? What are the driving forces behind the development of systems engineering? What new skills do systems engineers need to acquire? What new process concepts need to be developed to formalise the application of SE beyond the traditional ‘hard’ systems boundaries? What emerging technologies can be exploited to enhance systems engineering tool capabilities?

06/11/2000 -
07/11/2000


UK Chapter


Goddard Arms, Swindon
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Autumn Assembly 2000 (AA00)


Once again the UK Chapter of INCOSE has selected some interesting and challenging topics for in-depth presentation and discussion at the Autumn Assembly. This year we have carefully analysed the questionnaire returns of members and established a programme built around four major issues of concern. As a result we are sure that there is something of interest for everyone.