The Value of Systems Engineering

Article source from Carnegie Melon University by Joseph Elm Building a complex weapon system in today’s environment may involve many subsystems–propulsion, hydraulics, power, controls, radar, structures, navigation, computers, and communications. Design of these systems requires the expertise of engineers in particular disciplines, including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, software engineering, metallurgical Read more…

Online versus Paper Exams: What’s the Difference and Which is Right for You?

A fundamental part of getting ASEP (Associate Systems Engineering Professional) or Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) certified is writing and passing the INCOSE Knowledge Exam. A common question CTI facilitators receive is what is the difference between the paper or computer-based exams? Let’s demystify the topic now. The major difference Read more…

AMRDEC employee conferred as INCOSE expert systems engineering professional

Article sourced from AMRDEC Public Affairs REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. — A U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center employee was recently conferred by the International Council on Systems Engineering as an Expert Systems Engineering Professional. Tom Channell is the associate director for Systems Engineering Management for AMRDEC’s Read more…

Cyber Education Must Address Systems Engineering, NIST Official Says

Article sourced from NIST – MeriTalk Cybersecurity training and education programs need to emphasize systems engineering perspectives in order to fully understand system vulnerabilities, said leaders from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) during an Oct. 10 webinar hosted by the agency’s National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE). Read more…