Space Coast Chapter Meeting - January 11, 2018, New Year Event, Shaping the Future of Systems Engineering and INCOSE
Indialantic , USA
Sanctuary Clubhouse 2255 Mockingbird Lane
This will be our January 2018 New Year Event with the installation of newly elected officers.
At The Sanctuary Clubhouse at 2255 Mockingbird Lane, Indialantic, FL. See directions below.
Topic: January 11, 2018 New Year Event, Shaping the Future of Systems Engineering and INCOSE
Chapter Meeting & Installation of New Chapter Officers
Happy New Year, INCOSE Space Coast Chapter members and guests. We invite you to kick off our INCOSE 2018 calendar by attending our traditional New Year event at The Sanctuary Clubhouse in Indialantic (see directions below). The evening’s program will feature wine & sodas & food, including the installation of Chapter officers for 2018. Please join us to help celebrate a successful program over the past year and assist the Chapter in making 2018 even better in terms of meeting your needs and interests. Spouses and friends are especially welcome at this informal get together, but please email your attendance plans so we can arrange for sufficient catering.
About the Presentation: Shaping the Future of Systems Engineering and INCOSE
Look around us and what do you see regarding the systems of today? It is hard to find a relevant system that is a stand-alone system, not interconnected to other systems or interacting in some significant way with other systems. And the increases in the functionality of our systems, as well as the level of technology adoption, has continued to outpace our practices to fully harness the technology and technically manage the Systems and Systems of Systems to our greatest advantage. The state of the practice in systems engineering continues to modernize and grow in many areas, with substantial progress in areas such as standards, tools, models, processes, SE competencies, technical management, and measurement. These are necessary, but not wholly sufficient, to meet the needs of tomorrow’s accomplishments. We all must be leaders to inspire and guide an effective evolution of systems engineering across diverse stakeholder communities.
We are very pleased to welcome Garry Roedler, the incoming INCOSE President, to describe a vision for the future of systems engineering and how INCOSE is aligning its resources to support those goals.
His presentation will look at our current situation and how our environment has changed, providing an understanding of the challenges we are facing with some examples using specific technology areas. It will look at some of the work in process to advance our processes, practices, and performance of Systems Engineering towards addressing those challenges.
About our Presenter: Garry Roedler, INCOSE President-Elect
Garry Roedler is a Senior Fellow and the Engineering Outreach Program Manager for Lockheed Martin and the President-elect for the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). He has over 32 years of systems engineering (SE) experience that spans the full life cycle and includes technical leadership roles in both programs and business functions. He is also an INCOSE Fellow, holds systems engineering certification at the Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP) level, and received many corporate and industry awards, including the Lockheed Martin Nova Award, Technical Leadership Award, and the INCOSE Founders Award. Garry has held key leadership roles in several industry associations and standards development organizations, including member of the INCOSE Board of Directors, US Lead for ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 Systems and Software Engineering, steering group member for the National Defense Industrial Association SE Division; working group chair for the IEEE Joint Working Group for DoD SE Standardization; editor of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288, Systems Life Cycle Processes and several other standards; and key editor roles for the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) and the INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook. This unique set of roles has enabled Garry to influence the technical co-evolution and consistency of these key Systems Engineering and System of Systems resources.
Location - The Sanctuary Clubhouse
The Sanctuary Clubhouse is at 2255 Mockingbird Lane, Indialantic, FL.
Note that some maps, such as Google, will not give correct directions or location of the clubhouse, so please follow the directions below.
The Sanctuary is a gated community, but arrangements have been made for entry through the Riverside Drive entrance – tell the guard you are going to the INCOSE meeting
Take the Eau Gallie Causeway (SR 518) East toward the beaches. Turn right at the first traffic light onto Riverside Drive to head South. In 3.2 miles turn left onto Falcon Drive into the Sanctuary neighborhood . At the end of Falcon Drive make a right onto Nightingale Drive. The Sanctuary Clubhouse will be in 2 blocks at the intersection of Nightingale Drive and Mockingbird Lane. . Google Map at : http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=2255+Mockingbird+Lane,+Indialantic,+FL+(The+Sanctuary)&ie=UTF8&z=15&om=1&iwloc=A