System of Systems Engineering Courses by TONEX
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System of Systems Engineering course is a 3-day program provides today’s systems engineering practitioners with solid, well grounded, practical knowledge and skills on what to expect as they work in complex systems environment and tackle the challenges of system of systems (SoS).
System of systems (SoS) course addresses engineering problems associated complex system of systems including fundamentals of systems’ requirements, design, implementation, verification, validation, test and evaluation, and deployment.
System of systems (SoS) course addresses other concepts like Scope, Context, Capabilities, Goals, Constituent Systems and their relations rather than addressing system specific aspects
- What is a system of systems?
- Types of system of systems: Virtual, Collaborative, Acknowledged and Directed
- How is traditional systems engineering for a system of systems different?
- How does the Systems Engineering Process apply?
- Role of Model Based Systems Engineering in System of Systems environment
- System of Systems Acquisition Principles
- System of System Processes
- System of System Requirements and Architecture Concepts
- System of System Risk Analysis
- System of Systems Causality and Decsion Trees
- System of Systems Test and Evaluation
- System of Systems Boundaries and Interfaces
- Performance and Behavior
- System of systems engineering tools, techniques, and methods available to the systems engineer for dealing with these unique systems
- Major components, activities, attributes, emergent behavior, interactions of a system of systems
- Functional, logical and physical architectures of a proposed system of systems
- Modeling of capabilities, information flow, behavior, and decision making within a system of systems
- System interoperability, modeling and simulation, commercial off-the-shelf elements, and collaboration
- Principles of data science, information fusion, causality theory with Bayesian networks
Core Elements of SoS SE
- Emerging Principles for SoS SE
- Translating Capability Objectives
- Understanding Systems and Relationships
- Assessing Performance to Capability Objectives
- Developing and Evolving an SoS Architecture
- Monitoring and Assessing Changes
- Addressing Requirements and Solution Options
- Orchestrating Upgrades to SoS
- Modeling and Simulation
- Comparison of Systems and Systems of Systems
- Operational Environment
- Logical design, Design and Implementation of SoS
- SoS Engineering and Design Considerations
- System of Systems Engineering Technical Management
- Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)
- Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP)
- Software Development Plan (SDP)
- Hardware Development Plan (HDP)
Learn about Systems Engineering Aspects to SoS and SE Process Support for System of Systems Engineering include:
- Requirements Development
- Logical Analysis
- Design Solution
- Decision Analysis
- Technical Planning
- Technical Assessment
- Requirements Management
- Configuration Management
- Risk Management
- Data Management
- Interface Management
Stakeholders, SoS managers, SoS system engineers, System engineers and their Concerns are discussed:
- SoS Managers
- Will the SoS achieve its purpose and objectives?
- Is the SoS sustainable for the long term?
- Will my contribution help the SoS be successful?
- Will my needs be met?
- Do we have a win / win relationship?
- Emergent Properties (Desired / Undesired): The emergent properties of a System of Systems (SoS) can be seen in two ways planned and managed:
- Deliver the capabilities to achieve the purpose of a System of Systems (SoS)
- Achieve performance objectives and targets
- Deliver the products and services
- Expected and desired
- High customer satisfaction and continued use
- Positive and motivating culture within the SoS environment
- Easily adapt to changes in the environment
- Positive contribution to society and the economy
- Development of suppliers capabilities to enable the airport to meet its objectives