Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge Course - IEEE Smart Tech

Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge Course - IEEE Smart Tech
Fri, 11 November, 201603:43 PM, EDT (19:43, UTC)

This 4-hour course covers practical applications of systems engineering processes and methods as documented in SEBoK and 15288. SEBOK is the guide to the systems engineering body of knowledge; 15288 is the ISO/IEC/IEEE standard 15288:2015 for system engineering processes. Examples and case studies are used to illustrate processes, methods, and techniques for developing purposefully-engineered systems. In addition, the problems that arise when systems engineers and software engineers work together are covered, as are approaches that can be used to mitigate those problems. This presentation is intended for those who are, or will be, involved in development or modification of a multidisciplinary engineered system and others who wish to learn more about systems engineering when software is a system element. Taught by Richard E. Fairley, Principal Associate of Software and Systems Engineering Associates (S2EA).

Also included in this package are the opening address and keynote sessions from this IEEE Smart Tech event.

Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge Course - IEEE Smart Tech [6 Videos]

Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge Course - IEEE Smart TechThis 4-hour course covers practical applications of systems engineering processes and methods as documented in SEBoK (the guide to the systems engineering body of knowledge) and 15288 (the ISO/IEC/IEEE standard for system engineering processes). Examples and case studies are used to illustrate processes, methods, and techniques for developing purposefully-engineered systems. Taught by Richard E. Fairley, Principal Associate of Software and Systems Engineering Associates (S2EA). Included Videos