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

INCOSE Calendar
April 2016
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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course

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Thistle Holborn, The Kingsley

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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course

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Thistle Holborn, The Kingsley

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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course

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Thistle Holborn, The Kingsley

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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course

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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course

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Thistle Holborn, The Kingsley

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CSEP Exam Prepration 5-Day Course

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Birmingham, UK

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CSEP Exam Prepration 5-Day Course

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Birmingham, UK

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CSEP Exam Prepration 5-Day Course

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Birmingham, UK

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Birmingham, UK

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Birmingham, UK

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IRSE Seminar & Workshop (with INCOSE UK RIG): Systems Engineering for Train Control and Communications: People, Process and Product

Railway Interest Group

The University of Birmingham

08:30 - 16:50

Systems Engineering Framework for Railway Control & Safety Systems

Railway Interest Group

Network Rail One Eversholt Street, London, NW1 2DN

1700 - 1830

AWG meeting

Architecture Working Group

London

AWG Meeting

Architecture Working Group

Atkins, Euston Tower, London

10:00-16:00

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Current Events

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04/04/2016 -
08/04/2016

All Day
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Birmingham, UK
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CSEP Exam Prepration 5-Day Course


Certification Training International (CTI) offers a CSEP (Certified Systems Engineering Professional) Preparation 5-Day Course focused on preparing you to successfully sit the CSEP examination conducted by INCOSE. CTI is focused on equipping you with the knowledge to comfortably sit certification examinations. Our training stands out as having been scientifically designed to this end, employing leading edge adult learning principles and techniques to assist delegates to absorb and recall the information needed in the fastest possible way.
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11/04/2016 -
15/04/2016

All Day
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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course


This 5-Day course addresses systems engineering as it is understood and practised by leading acquirer, developer and supplier organisations worldwide. Our Systems Engineering training provides an integrated approach to the set of management and technical disciplines, which combine to optimise system effectiveness, enhance project success and reduce risk.
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14/04/2016 -
14/04/2016

08:30 - 16:50
Railway Interest Group


The University of Birmingham
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IRSE Seminar & Workshop (with INCOSE UK RIG): Systems Engineering for Train Control and Communications: People, Process and Product


The increasing complexity of train control and communications systems, and the growing extent to which they are integrated with other railway sub-systems, makes a structured systems-based approach to engineering essential. A basic grounding in the discipline of systems engineering is now a vital component of the education of train control and communications engineers.

In this seminar, organised with the help of of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), expert speakers will explain why systems engineering is so important, what the fundamentals of systems engineering are and how these fundamentals may be applied to train control systems projects, illustrated with case studies from ETCS in Europe, Docklands Light Railway and elsewhere. The seminar will consider the people, process and product aspects of systems engineering, and in facilitated break-out sessions we will discuss the challenges and benefits of applying systems engineering to railway projects. In addition to hearing from the experts, there will be an opportunity, in facilitated breakout sessions, for delegates to discuss the challenges and benefits of applying systems engineering to railway projects and to contribute to the debate on how best to apply SE to train control and communications projects.

The seminar is suitable for railway  train control and communications engineers and other railway professionals with an interest in train control  and communications at all stages of their careers.

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For more information and to register please visit the IRSE website event page: http://www.irse.org/events/Lists/Calendar/DispEvent.aspx?List=dce14d1c-69ec-4c8e-b381-70b8e5cfdda6&ID=433

Programme

8:30 Arrival / Coffee
 

9.00 Welcome and Introductions – Francis How, IRSE
 

9.10 Keynote Presentation: Network Rail’s view on System’s Engineering – Jon Shaw, NR

Jon will outline the systems engineering approach now being adopted by Network Rail for its £24Bn Railway Upgrade Plan for stations and infrastructure enhancements

9.40 What is Systems Engineering? – Bruce Elliott, Altran

Bruce will briefly review the history of SE before summarising the view of SE taken by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). He will acknowledge the existence of superficially different views about what SE is but he show that there is very broad underlying agreement on some core ideas

10.10 Break
 

10.40 Docklands Light Railway – Geoff Mitchell, DLR and Karl King, Mott MacDonald

Geoff and Karl will explain the importance and value of systems engineering in the delivery, delivery and continual asset management of a modern CBTC system using the Docklands Light Railway as an example.

Particular emphasis will be placed on the importance of a clearly defined Concept of Operation and its central role in the system lifecycle.

11.20 Beyond Systems Engineering in European ETCS Rollout – Oskar Stalder, OS Consulting and Markus Bolli, Suprexa

Oskar and Markus will discuss the practical challenges of the V-model considering roles and rules in the EU context to make ETCS a success. They will look at the challenges of managing the complex organisation approaches and management of the multiple engineering processes as well as experiences of different networks and their specific approaches throughout Europe, including how Systems Engineering can help to overcome these challenges.

12.00 Breakout Session: What are the potential benefits of Systems Engineering for signalling projects and what are the obstacles to applying Systems Engineering to signalling projects?

Split into syndicates of more than 10 people, each with an organizer acting as a syndicate facilitator. The facilitator should guide the group towards accumulating on a flip-chart or post-its, three lists:

  • potential benefits of SE for signalling projects
  • obstacles to applying Systems Engineering to signalling projects
  • other remarks

The facilitator consolidates the results from the syndicates onto a couple of slides

12.40 Lunch
 

13:30 Review of breakout session

We reconvene as one group. The nominated facilitator presents the consolidated output and facilitates a short general discussion to see if consensus can be reached on the principal benefits and obstacles.

14:00 Systems Thinking for Optimising Signalling Design – Clive Roberts NS Felix Schmid, University of Birmingham

The design of railway control systems involves many trade-offs and rule-based approaches tend to lead to suboptimal solutions since they do not make best use of all components of the system of systems. A number of national and international projects have developed system oriented modelling and simulation tools that allow optimisation at different levels of granularity. Clive and Felix will discuss the capability of some of the tools and will include case studies of small and large operations optimisation projects.

14.40 Good Practice in Systems Engineering – Peter Parker, Siemens Rail

Peter will present on examples of good practice of utilising systems engineering for delivering modern signalling systems from the perspective of an equipment manufacturer and supplier.

15:20 Break
 

15:50 Human Factors of Railway Systems – Elaine Thompson, Mott MacDonald

Elaine will cover the importance of integrating human factors into the design of railway sub-systems, and the risks of not considering the human element. Some case studies of previous work on both the in-cab and train control elements of the system will be presented.

16.30 Conclusions 
 

16.50 End / Networking
 

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For more information and to register please visit the IRSE website event page: http://www.irse.org/events/Lists/Calendar/DispEvent.aspx?List=dce14d1c-69ec-4c8e-b381-70b8e5cfdda6&ID=433

22/04/2016 -
22/04/2016


Architecture Working Group


London
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AWG meeting


22/04/2016 -
22/04/2016

10:00-16:00
Architecture Working Group


Atkins, Euston Tower, London
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AWG Meeting


To attend this meeting please contact one of the co-chairs, Mike Wilkinson or Tim Rabbets.

27/04/2016 -
27/04/2016

1700 - 1830
Railway Interest Group


Network Rail One Eversholt Street, London, NW1 2DN
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Systems Engineering Framework for Railway Control & Safety Systems


Now fully booked

Gone are the days of classical signalling systems where the control centre, interlocking and signalling schemes could be developed and delivered in isolation from each other.

Modern Train Control Systems are increasingly complex, using networked communications and distributed computer systems to achieve their performance and capacity requirements. But this complexity imports great risk to the cost and schedule of projects and to the safety and reliability of systems.

Karl King from Mott MacDonald has been conducting doctoral research at the University of Birmingham to develop a Systems Engineering Framework that can be applied across the fragmented development of Train Control Systems.

Karl will be presenting the latest findings in his research and his progress towards developing an approach that is cognisant of traditional signalling and train control system project governance to improve the uptake of SE for developing future systems.

 

Future Events

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09/05/2016 -
13/05/2016

All Day
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CSEP Exam Prepration 5-Day Course


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11/05/2016 -
11/05/2016

19:00 for 19:30
North West


Frazer-Nash Consultancy, 5th Floor Malt Building, Wilderspool Business Park, Warrington, WA4 6HL
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North West Group: 2nd Meeting (Canceled)


I am pleased to announce the second INCOSE UK North West Group meeting.

The agenda of the meeting is:

  1. A technical presentation titled "Train Zero: Applying a Model Based Design Approach to the Development of Bombardier's Crossrail Rolling Stock" (45 - 60 mins)
  2. Local Group business will be a discussion on how and where best to meet

There is no charge for attendance at these events but places must be booked in advance. To book, obtain directions or for any other questions, please contact me at s.taylor2@fnc.co.uk or on +44 (0)1925 404018.

Can members please confirm there attendance by 12:00 Monday 10 May 2016. Otherwise if there are not enough members planning to attend, the meeting will be cancelled.

12/05/2016 -
12/05/2016

10:00 - 16:00
Human Centric Systems Engineering WG


Cranfield Defence & Security, Shrivenham
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HCSEWG #005 Plenary Meeting


Please contact the HCSEWG Chair if you wish to attend this event.

12/05/2016 -
12/05/2016

18:00 - 19:30
Midlands Local Group


Loughborough University, Sir David Davies Building, Room W1.30
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“Sepsis and Systems Thinking: Systems Approaches to Complex Medical and Healthcare Problems” Gary Smith, INCOSE UK ESEP and INCOSE Healthcare Ambassador


 

Each year in the UK, it is estimated that more than 100,000 people are admitted to hospital with sepsis and around 37,000 people will die as a result of the condition.

 

It is a highly complex condition and spans many systems - biological, healthcare, medical technologies, as well as social and economic systems.

 

This free event is open to all, and in particular to anyone interested in solving complex problems, systems engineers, healthcare practitioners and commissioners.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and meet like-minded professionals.

12/05/2016 -
12/05/2016

17:00 - 19:00
Railway Interest Group


To be confirmed
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Eating the Elephant: Reference Design for ETCS


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Introducing the European Train Control System (ETCS) to the GB rail network is a challenging task with so many stakeholders to satisfy and European legislation to follow. Most people assume that since the system is defined at the European level then it should be a case of buying it, plugging it in and off you go. The reality is that it is designed to operate in many different situations and is continually being developed to meet the needs of the European industry.

The variety of solutions available and already implemented leads to misunderstanding and misconceptions of how the system will operate. The lack of clarity means that it is hard for the various users to establish what they want, what they need and what they can afford. It also leads to high expectations with politicians and government believing the “hype” and then being disappointed when it cannot be fulfilled.

Network Rail, on behalf of the industry, have been analysing how to apply ETCS to establish the requirements using a process known as the Reference Design. The process has been around dividing the problem into manageable chunks, undertaking analysis, collaborating and eating that elephant a bit at a time – bring your knife and fork!

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06/06/2016 -
10/06/2016

All Day
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Systems Engineering 5-Day Course


This 5-Day course addresses systems engineering as it is understood and practised by leading acquirer, developer and supplier organisations worldwide. Our Systems Engineering training provides an integrated approach to the set of management and technical disciplines, which combine to optimise system effectiveness, enhance project success and reduce risk.
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06/06/2016 -
06/06/2016

12:00 - 16:00
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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SSE Meeting 20


Agenda

 

Applying ideas to Case Studies

Presentation at IS2016

Submission to ASEC2016

07/06/2016 -
07/06/2016

17:00 - 19:00
Railway Interest Group


TBC
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Managing Complexity: Signalling interoperability for Engineer’s Vehicles


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London Underground has increased its fleet mileage by almost 40% since the year 2000 but productivity of track renewal has not improved at the same rate. The Engineering Fleet of 270 vehicles is being modernised with new vehicles and innovative new mechanised maintenance solutions requiring an interoperable signalling solution to maximise the versatility of these specialised assets.

To deliver more productive track interventions with fewer closures, engineer’s vehicles need to get to site earlier and reliably to maximise productivity by inter-running with the passenger service.

There are currently 4 different signalling systems but 2 more are planned so the engineering vehicles need to be interoperable between legacy fixed block and multiple CBTC signalling systems.

This presentation will introduce the project and describe how LU is managing the complexities through a phased architecture description database using the TRAK framework, with contextualised requirements and responding to assurance requirements.

Alan Wilson, Project Manager for the EV Signalling Concept Design stage, and Jorrel Dawoodi, a Systems Engineer supporting the Track Plant portfolio will present their practical methodologies used to manage the complexity of signalling interoperability.

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08/06/2016 -
08/06/2016

Full Day
UK Chapter


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2016 Training Day


2016 Training day will offer Individuals the chance to select a day long course from up to five options. More information on the Training Day will be available in February 2016.


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13/06/2016 -
13/06/2016

10:00 - 15:00
Agile Systems Engineering WG


Abbey Wood, Bristol
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Agile SE Working Group


Following on from the successful White Paper: 50 Shades of Agile, this meeting of the Working Group will take that work forward to generate the guidance on how to undertake Agile Systems Engineering. Kindly hosted by Duncan Kemp

Past Events

Time Location Details
15/03/2016 -
15/03/2016

18:30 for 19:00, till 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Queens Building, University of Bristol, Woodlands Road, Bristol, BS8 1UB
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Systems Research Showcase


The Event: The System Centre at the University of Bristol invites the INCOSE UK BLG to hear about their latest systems engineering research activities.

Three existing PhD and EngD research students will present on their current work, providing attendees with opportunities to question, review, and possibly even contribute to their ongoing research activities.

Prof. Colin Talor of the Systems Centre will also provide an introduction to the UK Collaboratorium for Research in Infrastructure and Cities (UKCRIC). A collaboration of 14 UK Universities, which has secured a £138 million government investment "to develop new materials and engineering solutions that will deliver world-class infrastructure up and down the country.” This provides opportunities for the wider community through the research and investment in Bristol.

This Talk is For: Anyone interested in finding out more and potentially contributing tto the systems research currently being undertaken by the University of Bristol.

Extra Benefits: INCOSE Continuous Professional Development (CPD) units are also available for attending this event.

Directions: The Queens Building can be accessed from University Walk. Staff will be available in the Queens Building to direct you to the venue. Car parking is free in Woodland Road after 6pm and there is a multi-storey car park in Trenchard Street.



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09/03/2016 -
09/03/2016

17:00
Railway Interest Group


BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 0TA
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Maintaining Crossrail - a systems approach


Trains will start to run through the new Crossrail tunnels in 2018. The Central section of Crossrail will become one of the most heavily traversed sections of railways in the country.

Customers demand dependable rail services and want to be able to use the railway without downtime for maintenance or failures. Achieving the required availability with the limited access available requires a systems approach and using the latest  reliability centred maintenance techniques.

Dr Martyn Chymera, Maintenance Performance and Reliability Manager for the Crossrail Operations Team, will describe the provisions being made for the remote condition monitoring of Crossrail, including infrastructure monitoring facilities and inspection trains.

The presentation will demonstrate how preventative and pro-active maintenance will be used to keep the railway running without downtime and with almost no failures.



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07/03/2016 -
11/03/2016

All Day
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Location: Bristol, UK
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Systems Engineering Management 5-Day Course


This 5-Day course addresses systems engineering as it is understood and practised by leading acquirer, developer and supplier organisations worldwide. Our Systems Engineering training provides an integrated approach to the set of management and technical disciplines, which combine to optimise system effectiveness, enhance project success and reduce risk.
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07/03/2016 -
07/03/2016

11:00 - 15:00
Service Systems Engineering


QinetiQ Cody Technology Park, Ively Road, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 0LX
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Meeting 19


Agenda
 
Review of work against SEBok and SE Handbook v4.
 
Review against Use Cases
 
Reports on specific contacts
 
Way forward for roll-out

 

07/03/2016 -
11/03/2016

All Day
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Requirements Analysis & Specification Writing 5-Day Course


This 5-Day course addresses systems engineering as it is understood and practised by leading acquirer, developer and supplier organisations worldwide. Our Systems Engineering training provides an integrated approach to the set of management and technical disciplines, which combine to optimise system effectiveness, enhance project success and reduce risk.
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29/02/2016 -
04/03/2016

All Day
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Systems Engineering Management 5-Day Course


This 5-Day course addresses systems engineering as it is understood and practised by leading acquirer, developer and supplier organisations worldwide. Our Systems Engineering training provides an integrated approach to the set of management and technical disciplines, which combine to optimise system effectiveness, enhance project success and reduce risk.
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23/02/2016 -
23/02/2016

17:00 - 19:00
Railway Interest Group


Transport Systems Catapult, 170 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 1BP
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Mobility as a service: Requirements and validation


EVENT IS POSTPONED NEW DATE  TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

A new paradigm is emerging in transport for intelligent mobility, integrating transport data and customer data to create seamless end-to-end journeys, with transport systems responding dynamically to meet changing demands.

This visit to the Transport Systems Catapult facilities in Milton Keynes will include two sessions exploring how Systems Engineering can respond to the paradigm shift towards mobility-as-a-service.

  • Requirements for mobility-as-a-service – most systems engineering practice in rail draws the system boundary around the railway. This session will explain the fundamentals of the intelligent mobility and its implications for rail as a connected transport mode within a system of systems. 
  • Visualisation for design-based validation – virtual reality, augmented reality and real-time simulation are now becoming accessible to most consumers. This session will include hands-on demonstration of these technologies and explore how we might tailor SE to make best use of visualisation throughout the project lifecycle.
18/02/2016 -
18/02/2016

18:00
Midlands Local Group


Sir David Davies Building, Loughborough University, Ashby Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3TU
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INCOSE UK MBSE 2013 survey and recent analysis


The INCOSE UK Chapter MBSE WG performed a survey of its members in spring / summer 2013 of topics relevant to modelling, Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and simulation. Analysis of the majority of the question responses to the first two topics was presented by James Towers Of Object Flow Ltd at INCOSE UK ASEC in Autumn 2013: “MBSE: The State of the Nation”. That analysis focussed on the outcomes from the multi-answer, ‘closed’, questions, and revealed – amongst other things – that MBSE adoption was in early stages of industrial adoption. More recently, two of the open-questions have now been analysed: “In your opinion, what are the 3 main [1: advantages of MBSE; 2: challenges for MBSE]?” This presentation will reprise a subset of the results presented by James, and show the additional outcomes on challenges and suggested objectives for the MBSE WG from the recent analysis. Key outcomes include a focus on business case evidence, and a need for practical guidance, case studies, examples and reduced entry-level cost.



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11/02/2016 -
11/02/2016

10:00 -16:00
Human Centric Systems Engineering WG


WH28, Centre for Systems Engineering Cranfield University/ CDS, Shrivenham, SN6 8LA United Kingdom
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4th Meeting of the HCSEWG


03/02/2016 -
03/02/2016

18.30 for 19:00 till 21:00
Bristol Local Group


Atkins, The Hub, 500 Park Avenue, Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4RZ.
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Understanding Services: Understanding Stakeholders


Iain Cardow, Project Systems Engineer with Rolls-Royce and active member of the INCOSE National Working Group for Service Systems Engineering, will present an update on the work the group has been undertaking. The Service Systems Working Group was established in 2013 to look at how systems engineering approaches might best be applied in the design and provision of services, covering the full lifecycle, including; specification, contracting, provision, use, maintenance and decommissioning. To date, the group’s focus has been on establishing exactly what services are, and how they differ from other forms of production. The answer to this is more complex and elusive than the group had imagined when they started their journey and this talk will bring to light many of those challenges. Anyone interested in gaining new perspectives on systems and services, systems thinkers and systems engineers, service providers, commissioners, procurement managers, and service managers. As ever, this Bristol Local Group event will provide an open and welcoming forum for the sharing of ideas, knowledge and experiences and all are welcome. The talk itself will last under an hour, following which, there will be ample time for questions and discussion.


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