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Midwest Gateway Chapter

Welcome to the Midwest Gateway Chapter of INCOSE. We are based in the St Louis region, from Rolla to the Metro East.

Bronze Chapter Award 2004
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 Bronze Chapter Award 2005
2020
Silver Chapter Award 2006
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Silver Chapter Award 2009
2009
Silver Chapter Award 2010
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Silver Chapter Award 2011
2011

INCOSE/GfSE Webinar 3: Model-based Systems Engineering Demystified

  • Date:
    Nov 30, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    ET
Meeting Title: Model-based Systems Engineering Demystified; The need for MBSE
Presenter Names: Professor Jon Holt
Date: Tuesday, 30 November 2021 
Time EDT: 11:00 am- 12:00 pm EST; 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm UTC; 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET) 

Click to download GfSE -INCOSE Webinar 3 Invitation!

 Abstract 

In this first of three webinar presentations, Jon will discuss the underlying reasons why MBSE is so important for any modern-day Systems Engineering project. He will provide an in-depth discussion on complexity and how it has not just increased but has evolved over the last few decades. Using a simple example, Jon will discuss four areas in which complexity has evolved, namely: system elements and their associated interfaces; system constraints; systems of systems; and how complexity has shifted.

As the complexity of these Systems evolves over time, so must the approaches that we apply to realize our Systems successfully. Based on this, Jon will discuss how there is nothing inherently wrong with a document-based approach to Systems Engineering, but based on the evolution of complexity, how we must ensure that our Systems Engineering practice and techniques must be up to the job of coping with this complexity.

Also, Jon will introduce the now-infamous Brontosaurus of Complexity that helps us to understand how complexity changes over the course of a project and he will conclude with an overview of his latest books that tackle this subject.

Take-Away Key Messages

  • Areas of evolved complexity, systems of systems, system elements, their associated interfaces, and constraints
  • The “Brontosaurus of Complexity” and how complexity feeds into evils
How to ensure that Systems Engineering practice and techniques are up to the job coping with evolved complexity.   

Register in advance for this webinar at:

https://incose-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rkEcv7soRWmfquPgO_pi-Q

Upcoming Chapter Events

New Chapter Members

The following individuals joined the Midwest Gateway Chapter in 2021:
Jan 5 - Ha Phuong Le
Jan 21 - Bertrand Hughes
Mar 26 - Brendan Devine
Aug 10 - Lucas Mobberley
Aug 17 - Geoffrey Buck
Aug 18 - Ross Schwake
Aug 20 - Lori Kao
Sep 24 - Caleb Blissett

INCOSE/GfSE Webinar 3: Model-based Systems Engineering Demystified

  • Date:
    Nov 30, 2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    ET
Meeting Title: Model-based Systems Engineering Demystified; The need for MBSE
Presenter Names: Professor Jon Holt
Date: Tuesday, 30 November 2021 
Time EDT: 11:00 am- 12:00 pm EST; 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm UTC; 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm CET) 

Click to download GfSE -INCOSE Webinar 3 Invitation!

 Abstract 

In this first of three webinar presentations, Jon will discuss the underlying reasons why MBSE is so important for any modern-day Systems Engineering project. He will provide an in-depth discussion on complexity and how it has not just increased but has evolved over the last few decades. Using a simple example, Jon will discuss four areas in which complexity has evolved, namely: system elements and their associated interfaces; system constraints; systems of systems; and how complexity has shifted.

As the complexity of these Systems evolves over time, so must the approaches that we apply to realize our Systems successfully. Based on this, Jon will discuss how there is nothing inherently wrong with a document-based approach to Systems Engineering, but based on the evolution of complexity, how we must ensure that our Systems Engineering practice and techniques must be up to the job of coping with this complexity.

Also, Jon will introduce the now-infamous Brontosaurus of Complexity that helps us to understand how complexity changes over the course of a project and he will conclude with an overview of his latest books that tackle this subject.

Take-Away Key Messages

  • Areas of evolved complexity, systems of systems, system elements, their associated interfaces, and constraints
  • The “Brontosaurus of Complexity” and how complexity feeds into evils
How to ensure that Systems Engineering practice and techniques are up to the job coping with evolved complexity.   

Register in advance for this webinar at:

https://incose-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rkEcv7soRWmfquPgO_pi-Q

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