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Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 1 2009 Program Theme Practical Applications of Systems Engineering Emphasis – The Program Life Cycle
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 2 Tonights Agenda 6:15 PM – Registration, Networking, Pizza 6:45 PM – Welcome and Chapter Overview Neill Radke, Chapter Co-President 6:55 PM – Importance of SE to Emerging New Engineers Neill Radke 7:00 PM – Systems Engineering in a High School Student Project Bill Waite 8:30 PM – Adjourn (or later depending on meeting duration)
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 3 Chapter Calendar A note on attendance INCOSE Events Chapter Organization SE Certification Chapter Web Site Job Opportunities A Little on Systems Engineering Chapter Meeting
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 4 8 January – SE Initiatives at Starkey Labs, with a detailed tour of the Starkey facilities Starkey Laboratories 12 February – SE in Production Systems with a tour of the PaR Facilities PaR Systems 12 March – SE in a Student Project Wayzata High School 9 April – SE in Determining Interfaces Medtronic (MTS Corporation as Host) 14 May – SE in the Solar House Student Project National Competition University of Minnesota 11 June – Dry run of papers for INCOSE 2009 plus a tour of the ION Corporation laboratory facility ION Corporation 2009 Meeting Calendar
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 5 9 July – The North Star Summer Social, including IS 2009 Debrief Place - TBD 13 August – SE in Design ADC Corporation 10 September – SE in Determining Architecture Eaton Corporation 8 October – SE in Operations and Maintenance Minneapolis Water Works 12 November – SE in Requirements Development Honeywell 13 December – Annual North Star Holiday Party Place - TBD 2009 Meeting Calendar
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter Spring Tutorial Identifies the elements and benefits of a complete, proven system engineering process Demonstrates its applicability and contribution towards project success using vignettes from sample Systems and System of Systems (SoS) applications. Illustrates, using examples from Vitechs CORE systems engineering tool, how the model-based system engineering process supports both document-driven and model- based paradigms for milestone reviews; and also top-down, middle-out, or reverse engineering environments. Discusses how to know when each element of the process has been completed, and how to develop and validate functional and physical architectures using executable architectures. Boston Scientific, One Scimed Place, Maple Grove, MN - Saturday, 25 April, 2009 – SPRING TUTORIAL INCOSE NORTH STAR CHAPTER Model-Based Systems Engineering for Project Success: The Complete Process
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 7 Why sign in? For the past several years we have had the chapter incentive program to encourage attendance at our meetings. For 2009, two $25 gift certificates for the TimberLodge Restaurant will be awarded to any member attending six or more regular meetings or brings one new member into the chapter. For guests or members attending for the first time, this also insures your notification by email of all subsequent events. Attendance BE SURE AND SIGN THE ATTENDANCE LIST! PLEASE WRITE SO WE CAN READ IT!!
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter Attendance at our meetings is Growing but so is the cost of Pizza! We will continue to have networking time and serve pizza and soft drinks. We ask that you help us a bit by making a voluntary donation. You decide the amount and place it in the gold box. Many thanks PIZZA 8
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter 9 INCOSE Events Details online @http://www.incose.org March 17 - 19, 2009: Human Systems Integration Symposium 2009 Loughborough, UK Annapolis, MD April 2 – 4, 2009: The International Council on Systems Engineering Spring 09 Conference at the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC) Suffolk, VA April 20 - 22, 2009: Conference on Systems Engineering Research Loughborough, UK July 19 - 23, 2009: INCOSE International Symposium Singapore
Chapter Overview 8 May 2008 North Star Chapter Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 2009 Chapter Organization INCOSE Certification Advisory Group (CAG) Eileen Arnold – Chair CAG Project Manager Dave Walden Contact Eileen Arnold Systems Science SE Technical Process Architecture SE Management Process Requirements Risk SE Support Processes Measurement Modeling & Tools Specialty Engineering Application Sectors President Neill Radke & John Palmer Secretary Bob Hunter Treasurer Mark Elpers Dir. Industry Mark Feitel President Elect Mark Elpers Past President Elliot Abrons Dir. Acad/Govt Eileen Arnold North Star Leadership Communication Eileen Arnold Technical Operations
Chapter Overview 8 May 2008 North Star Chapter Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 Professional Certification Program International Council on Systems Engineering has established a multi-level Professional Certification Program to provide a formal method for recognizing the knowledge and experience of systems engineers, regardless of where they may be in their career.
Chapter Overview 8 May 2008 North Star Chapter Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 Systems Engineering Certification 12 To be a Associate Systems Engineering Professional, you must pass the certification test. To be a Certified Systems Engineering Professional, you must pass the certification test, have at least 5 years of systems engineering experience, and have 3 letters of reference. INCOSE Program Manager for Certification Dave Walden
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter Communication North Star Chapter Web Site: www.incose.org/northstar North Star Newsletter – The Integrator –February 2008 issue published and viewable/downloadable on the website –Next issue in late April North Star Chapter Meeting Information –Charts from past meetings are viewable/ downloadable on the website
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter For opportunities, either with your company or that you know of: Go to www.incose.orgwww.incose.org –Select Education and Careers –Select Post a Job –Create an account –Post job openings –Select View Jobs to see the listings Job Opportunities 14 Mayo Clinic - Special Purpose Processor Development Group has posted a limited tenure Systems Engineer position on the INCOSE Job Board
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter Importance of SE to Emerging New Engineers Why SE?
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter What is a System? This definition implies that: All parts are necessary & They need to be linked for the system to work It does not require parts to be physical. A system is a whole that functions as a whole by virtue of the interaction of its parts.
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter What is Systems Engineering? Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. It focuses on defining customer needs and required functionality early in the development cycle, documenting requirements, then proceeding with design synthesis and system validation while considering the complete problem.
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter All Encompassing Definition Systems engineering is the glue that holds all components of a solution together in a successful whole.
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter What are those Components? Manufacturing Software Safety Human Factors Reliability Maintainability Logistics Support Training Disposability Environment Electronics Structure Materials Durability Architecture Cost Schedule Availability Etc.
Chapter Overview 8 May 2008 North Star Chapter Who Cares? System advocate or proponent System shareholder System owner System user(s) System architect System acquirer System developer Services provider Independent Test Agency System administrator Mission planner System analyst System support System maintenance System instructor System critic System competitor System adversary Etc. The Stakeholders
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter ISO 15288 Systems Engineering Project Life Cycle Stakeholder Requirements Definition VerificationRequirements Analysis Transition Architectural Design Validation Implementation Operation Integration Maintenance Disposal Project PlanningProject AssessmentProject Control Decision MakingRisk ManagementConfiguration ManagementInformation Management Stakeholder Requirements Definition VerificationRequirements Analysis Transition Architectural Design Validation Implementation Operation Integration Maintenance Disposal Project PlanningProject AssessmentProject Control Decision MakingRisk ManagementConfiguration ManagementInformation Management Enterprise Environment Management System Life Cycle Process Management Quality Management Resource ManagementInvestment Management Supply Acquisition
Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 North Star Chapter International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) INCOSE is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1990. Its mission is to advance the state of the art and practice of systems engineering in industry, academia, and government by promoting interdisciplinary, scalable approaches to produce technologically appropriate solutions that meet societal needs. International Activities: –2009 International Symposium, July 19-23, 2009, in Singapore –2010 International Symposium – Summer 2009 in Chicago
Chapter Overview 8 May 2008 North Star Chapter Chapter Overview 12 March 2009 Bill Waite Bill Waite holds a B.S. and M.S. in Technology Education with an emphasis in engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Stout, and an Ed.S. from the University of St. Thomas in Educational Leadership and Administration. Prior to joining the teaching staff at Wayzata High School in the fall of 2006, he taught a variety of engineering related courses at Richfield High School for 5 years. Bill currently teaches Principles of Engineering (POE) and Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA). Under his guidance, 72% of POE students and 70% of CEA students earned college credit during first semester which will be applied to their future engineering undergraduate degree.