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The INCOSE-LA Chapter is one of the largest in the world with approximately 400 members from over 40 organizations. The largest company contingents are represented by most major aerospace and telecommunications companies, CMM consultants, civil agencies, universities and transportation industry. 

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Tutorial: SE MBSE Implementation in Your Organization, with Mark Sampson, Adjunct Professor SMU

  • Date:
    September 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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  • Date: Sept. 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 pm PDT
  • Venue: Virtual
  • Abstract: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) technology is accelerating while at the same time organization preparation to utilize the technology is lagging behind. Document-oriented organization processes and behavior changes are required to take advantage of the productivity improvements available through models—but where do you start?   Tutorial applies Systems Engineering (SE) processes, techniques, and tools/methods to choosing and implementing Model-Based Systems Engineering in an organization—doing two things at the same time—learning about available MBSE tools/techniques to help organizations compete and applying systems engineering processes to successfully deploy/leverage tools to your organization.
  • Contact: Dorothy Benveniste, djbenven@ca.rr.com

Tutorial: SE MBSE Implementation in Your Organization, with Mark Sampson, Adjunct Professor SMU

  • Date:
    September 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    PT
  • Address:
  • Location: ,
  • Venue:
  • Contact:

Register Here!

  • Date: Sept. 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 pm PDT
  • Venue: Virtual
  • Abstract: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) technology is accelerating while at the same time organization preparation to utilize the technology is lagging behind. Document-oriented organization processes and behavior changes are required to take advantage of the productivity improvements available through models—but where do you start?   Tutorial applies Systems Engineering (SE) processes, techniques, and tools/methods to choosing and implementing Model-Based Systems Engineering in an organization—doing two things at the same time—learning about available MBSE tools/techniques to help organizations compete and applying systems engineering processes to successfully deploy/leverage tools to your organization.
  • Contact: Dorothy Benveniste, djbenven@ca.rr.com

News

  • INCOSE-LA Soiree at INCOSE International Workshop 2020

    Date | Jan 28, 2020
    IW2020Members of the LA Chapter and attendees at the IW from across the world gathered at a Soiree  hosted by Dassault Systemes and NoMagic on Monday January 27 evening.  Conversations and contact information was shared during the event as folks shared work challenges and personal stories during the evening.   The LA Chapter is grateful to Dassault Ssytemes and NoMagic for enabling the event and to INCOSE board members who were able to attend, including Marilee Wheaton, one of our own, the new INCOSE President-Elect.  Plan to attend our next event at The Aerospace Corporation on Tuesday evening February 11.  See our events links to register.  

Tutorial: SE MBSE Implementation in Your Organization, with Mark Sampson, Adjunct Professor SMU

  • Date:
    September 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    PT
  • Address:
  • Location: ,
  • Venue:
  • Contact:

Register Here!

  • Date: Sept. 28 & 29 2020 - 4:00 PM - 6:00 pm PDT
  • Venue: Virtual
  • Abstract: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) technology is accelerating while at the same time organization preparation to utilize the technology is lagging behind. Document-oriented organization processes and behavior changes are required to take advantage of the productivity improvements available through models—but where do you start?   Tutorial applies Systems Engineering (SE) processes, techniques, and tools/methods to choosing and implementing Model-Based Systems Engineering in an organization—doing two things at the same time—learning about available MBSE tools/techniques to help organizations compete and applying systems engineering processes to successfully deploy/leverage tools to your organization.
  • Contact: Dorothy Benveniste, djbenven@ca.rr.com