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A Model-Based Approach to Systems Engineering

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A key part of any systems engineering endeavour is for all of your teams to share a common language. This is a great idea in principle, but the practice is somewhat more difficult to attain.

Date and Time

02 October 2018 - 09:00 to 04 October 2018 - 17:00

Location

London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

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Contact IET Professional Development at pdcourses@theiet.org or on (0) 1438 765616 for more information.


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Programme

Learn about ‘Model-Based Systems Engineering’ (MBSE), an approach to systems engineering which uses models to deal with complexity and improve communication with stakeholders.

You will be introduced to all major aspects of MBSE and will also receive advice on how to implement the approach in your organisation.

On this course you will learn to:
understand MBSE and its place amongst the approaches to systems engineering
improve your systems engineering using MBSE
communicate more effectively and minimise complexity through modelling
demonstrate the benefits of MBSE to stakeholders
implement MBSE in your organisation
develop confidence in MBSE, which will instil confidence in your teams and your clients



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