The Infrastructure Working Group Charter is to bring together designers, builders, operators and owners of economic and physical infrastructure systems to advance the application of systems engineering.
This Working Group aligns with the strategic aim of INCOSE to advance the application of systems engineering outside its core aerospace and defense domain.
Marcel van de Ven
This Working Group will address mostly physical infrastructure issues with a concentration on the construction of infrastructure
facilities in the energy, transportation and, and communications domains. This includes public and commercial facilities and
networks necessary for the economic and physical well being of society (e.g., power generation and distribution, waterways and
ports, industrial plants, telecommunication networks, transportation facilities and systems, and mining).
The Working Group will
leverage international systems engineering best practices and produce documents to assist developers and builders of
This Working Group will collaborate with other domain specific Working Groups such as the Transportation
Working Group, the Power and Energy Systems Working Group, the Automotive Working Group, Critical infrastructure Working
Group, Smart Cities Initiative, and the Resilience Systems Working Group.
INCOSE has released a new release of the SE Handbook V5 in july 2023. The domain of infrastructure needs a specific SE approach. The leadership of the Working Group decided to write an Application Guide for SE in large infrastructural works:
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