Upcoming Chapter Events
Midwest Gateway Chapter Sponsored Certification Preparation Workshop 2021
The first session of Midwest Gateway Chapter (MGC) sponsored 2021 Certification Preparation Workshop starts Thursday, 19 Aug 2021, at 4:30PM Central Time. See details below. If planning to attend workshop, please send email to: email@example.com.
What: Certification Preparation Workshop is sixteen (16) one-hour virtual reviews of the SE Handbook Version 4 and tutorial material each week.
Why: INCOSE MGC is organizing a review workshop in preparation for a systems engineering knowledge exam. The knowledge exam is one of the requirements to become a Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP): https://www.incose.org/systems-engineering-certification.
The written knowledge exam will be offered at a yet to be determined price (around $30 more or less). It is tentatively to be held on 17 December 2021 (stay tuned for more details on the written knowledge exam itself).
Who: The preparation workshop is open to anyone (INCOSE-MGC members and non-members). The low fee knowledge exam is available to anyone although priority given to members if space is limited. INCOSE Certification requires an active INCOSE membership and submission of application information and fee.
When: Certification Workshop planned every Thursday from 19 August to 9 December 2021 at 4:30pm Central Time. Sessions last 1 hour.
How: Some CSEPs/ASEPs are attending to provide discussion and advice on becoming certified.
INCOSE Midwest Gateway Meeting: Bob Scheurer, Changes Shaping the Future of Aerospace and Defense Systems Development and Realization
Ferguson , USA
418 S. Florissant Rd.
Bob Scheurer, Boeing: "Changes Shaping the Future of Aerospace and Defense Systems Development and Realization"
7 June 2018
Networking at 17:30, dinner at 18:00, presentation at 18:30
Dinner will be $20. Please RSVP by Tuesday, 5 June.
Given the vast number of emerging threats and new technologies in the news --seemingly on a regular basis, change seems to be the only constant in Aerospace and Defense (A&D). This chaotic environment leaves one wondering how the practice of Systems Engineering can or should respond to all of these dynamics, many involving a need for greater speed and agility in the systems themselves as well as the way they are delivered.
In this presentation, Bob will examine the changes which are occurring today and a sense of urgency they are inducing into the aerospace and defense industry. He will examine how today’s three objectives of our A&D customers in “innovation, speed, and affordability” are inspiring still more change into the ways that systems are imagined, developed, and realized. Views from various industry champions in INCOSE, NDIA, AIA, and others will be explored to help visualize what systems, systems engineering, and related practices may (or should) look like in the very near future.
Bob Scheurer is an Associate Technical Fellow in BDS Systems Engineering. He is a member of a team working to improve competitiveness and integration on programs and proposals across the company. Bob additionally represents Boeing in various professional venues of National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), Aerospace Industries Association (AIA), INCOSE, and others. His involvement and leadership with these organizations long with various program engagements across Boeing affords him unique insights into customer and/or industry transformations either underway now or beginning soon.
Ferguson Brewing Company, 418 S. Florissant Rd., Ferguson
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