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Program meetings typically 2nd Tuesday of month
Time: 6:00-7:00 CST
Food & networking at 5:30

Physical Locations

*Bell Helicopter
*L-3- Arlington
*L-3- Greenville
*Lockheed Martin Aero- Fort Worth
*Lockheed Martin MFC- Grand Prairie
*Raytheon- McKinney
*Abbott


Check out presentations from previous North Texas INCOSE Chapter Meetings!

Presentations can be found here

Board meetings typically 1st Tuesday of month
Time: 5:30-6:00 CST



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Contact INCOSE North Texas Chapter ntxinfo@incose.net to be added to our meeting emails.
The meetings are not recorded. Presentation are posted in the library and resources during the following weekend if we receive the presentation.


Upcoming Chapter Events

Chapter Meeting May 9, 2023

Account Manager for Ansys New & Emerging Technology: MBSE by Henrique Correa

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Remote Program Access: Teams (Video/Audio)
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Abstract:  

MBSE is not a tool, but a methodology that improves communication and collaboration between stakeholders during all phases of the lifecycle of a system, reducing risks, costs and shortening schedule. Key to this methodology is the integration of models, both descriptive (SysML) as well as analytical and simulation models used to inform design decisions. During this presentation, you’ll be provided with an overview of the Ansys MBSE framework that addresses the needs of organizations undertaking Digital Transformation, as well as practical demos and use cases from industry.

Bio

Henrique is an Account Manager focused on Ansys MBSE solutions which include ModelCenter (model-to-model integration, process automation), SCADE (model-based embedded software development) and medini (model-based safety & reliability analysis). His role comprises communicating the value of a model-based approach, connecting technical resources to customer needs as well as facilitating deployment and adoption of Digital Engineering ecosystems.

Henrique has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kentucky and a combined 5 years of technical and sales experience in support of integrating Systems Architecture (SysML) models to simulation and analytical workflows for a comprehensive MBSE methodology.

NTX Chapter Event - June 23, 2023 10:00 A.M. 

Peterbilt Tour, Denton, TX

Tour is about an hour from when it starts.  It will take a few minutes to get checked in, and issue safety glasses, side shields for prescription glasses, headsets and vests.  The tour should end about 11:15 am.  The groups will split up and a group will go as soon as there are enough people to send a group.

Safety glasses, side shields for prescription glasses and vests will be provided.  You may bring your own safety glasses if you want.

Dress Code: Closed toe shoes are required. No open toe shoe of any kind is allowed. No shorts are allowed. Flowing clothing is not allowed. Age Requirement: No person under 16 years old is permitted into the plant during production hours. Photography: Tour guides may arrange for photos to be taken in the Peterbilt Experience Area. All other photography in the plant is prohibited without advance approval. Approval may be requested, in advance, through the plant receptionist. No other photos on the property are permitted. Jewelry Policy: The Denton plant has a jewelry policy in place to help prevent potential product damage. Anyone entering the plant is required to: Remove rings while in the plant.  Remove watches or bracelets while in the plant.  Remove belts with metal buckles while in the plant.  If someone forgets and can’t take off their belt, we do have some belt protectors if needed.
The address is 3200 Airport Rd, Denton TX 76207

See the Monthly Newsletter for more details.

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What does certification denial look like?

Courtney Wright

Mar 25, 2022
The INCOSE Certification Program may send a denial letter (via email attachment) to a CSEP or ESEP candidate who does not pass the experience or leadership reviews, respectively. This letter comes from the INCOSE Certification Program Manager. Generally, this letter comes after the candidate has been given a chance to update their application materials to address specific shortfalls. 

INCOSE does not send a denial letter for a candidate who has failed to pass the knowledge exam (for ASEP or CSEP) or who has not responded to a request for additional information. 

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