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Introduction to Systems Engineering Training

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training Course Description

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training course provides you with the fundamental knowledge and principals for making decisions required to manage technical projects. This hands-on training covers terminology, vocabulary and communication, effective baseline management, methodical and progressive technical control gates, the concept of project cycles, and artifacts generated in the development of a technical solution.

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training course helps you to comprehend and deal with these systems challenges. It includes components of process, understanding systems, organizational issues and topics related to the competencies and behaviors of the people involved.

Audience

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training is a 3-day course designed for:

  • Systems engineers
  • Systems managers
  • Product managers
  • Project directors
  • R and D managers
  • Engineering managers
  • Capability developers
  • Business analysts
  • Systems analysts
  • System architects
  • Enterprise architects
  • Software systems engineers
  • Software engineers
  • Design engineers
  • Hardware engineers
  • Project engineers
  • LSA specialists
  • Industrial engineers

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of Introduction to Systems Engineering Training course, the attendees are able to:

  • Explain the fundamentals of systems engineering
  • Comprehend systems engineering standards and best practices
  • Arrange teams to use the principles, practices, and processes of systems engineering
  • Use systems engineering methods to solve problems
  • Comprehend the general concepts which are specifications of a systems approach to engineering
  • Comprehend the general process components, and their relationships, which cooperatively establish the building blocks of systems engineering
  • Conduct the fundamentals of some of the more crucial approaches of system requirements analysis, development of physical solution, development of logical solution, evaluation of solution alternatives (trade-off studies) and design iteration
  • Understand the principles and major techniques of engineering management in a systems project context
  • Adjust the use of the systems engineering principles and methodology to various application scenarios

Course Outline

Overview

  • Systems engineering definition
  • Significance of systems engineering
  • Determining and assembling parts into a functioning system
  • Background of Systems Engineering
  • Complicated, complex, and complexity
  • Key Systems Engineering Definitions
  • Using Systems Engineering
  • Capabilities-based planning
  • Key points
  • Action Plan

The System Life Cycle and Solution Development

  • Systems thinking
  • Defining the problem statement
  • The solution domain: key concepts, relationships, information types and work products, MBSE
  • OCD/CONOPS/OSD/ADD issues
  • Architectural frameworks
  • Relationship between problem definition and stakeholder satisfaction
  • Systems of systems engineering (systems of autonomously managed systems)
  • Waterfall, incremental, evolutionary and spiral developments
  • Concepts of agile, lean and concurrent/simultaneous engineering

Systems Engineering Disciplines

  • Systems engineering standards
  • Applying systems thinking
  • The discipline of systems engineering
  • First rule of systems engineering
  • Domains involving systems engineering
  • The primary structure of systems engineering
  • Systems engineering Vee paradigm
  • Life-Cycle management
  • Essential structure for systems engineering
  • Systems engineering roles
  • Preparing the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP) and Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP)
  • SEP definition
  • SEMP definition
  • Other plans
  • Systems engineering advantages

Systems Engineering Standards

  • Standards and guidelines – pitfalls and pointers
  • ISO 9001, IEEE 1220, EIA/IS-632, EIA 632, J-STD-016, ISO/IEC 15288: 2008, ISO/IEC 15288: 2015
  • Engineering handbooks, texts

Systems Engineering Rules

  • Rational of systems engineering
  • Concept development
  • Requirements engineering
  • Systems architecture
  • System design and development
  • Systems integration
  • Test and analysis
  • Operations and Maintenance (O&M)

Exercising Systems Engineering

  • Systems engineering practices
  • The SEMP
  • Primary practices
  • Product realization process
  • Technical management process

Systems Engineering Processes

  • Systems engineering processes
  • Agreement processes
  • Enterprise processes
  • Project management processes
  • Technical management processes

Requirements Evaluation

  • Requirements definition?
  • Types of requirements, and how they interact with evaluation, specification & design
  • Quality attributes
  • Languages other than natural: operational, formal
  • Requirements analysis (RA)
    • MBSE in the problem domain
  • Requirements quality metrics
  • Lean concepts in functional analysis for the product-oriented enterprise
  • Operational Concept Description (OCD)/CONUSE
  • Managing RA
  • Requirements analysis and management software tools

MBSE in Design

  • Types of rational representation
  • Functional analysis in design – how to do it
  • Architecture process
  • Performance risks
  • SysML, UML and other systems modeling languages
  • N-squared charts, behavior modeling, and other functional notations
  • Analysis and design software tools

Applying Systems Engineering

  • The hypothetical project
  • Project documents
  • The complexity of systems
  • Business needs analysis
  • Concept of Operations (ConOps)
  • Measures of Effectiveness (MOEs) and Measures of Performance (MOPs) Specify Project Objectives
  • MOEs
  • MOPs
  • Technical Performance Measures (TPMs)
  • Connecting the MOEs, MOPs, and TPMs to the Integrated Master Plan (IMP)
  • Approach and structure of systems engineering processes
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
  • Employing the systems engineering process model
  • Topology of an organization based on systems engineering
  • Applying the Vee
  • INCOSE Vee and the IMP/IMS
  • Integrated Master Plan (IMP)
  • Integrated Master Schedule (IMS)
  • Risk Management Plan (RMP)

Hands-On Activities

  • Labs
  • Individuals/group activities
  • Hands-on workshops

TONEX Hands-On Workshop Sample

  • Defining a project
  • Defining the problem statement
  • Using system engineering methods to solve the defined problem
  • Evaluating the system
  • Understanding the system and its components completely
  • Finding out the relationships and impact that each component of the system has to other components and to the entire system
  • Adjusting the methods learned in the class to the targeted system

Introduction to Systems Engineering Training

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