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Program meetings typically 2nd Tuesday of month
Time: 6:00-7:00 CST
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North Texas Chapter

The North Texas Chapter of INCOSE (International Council of System Engineering) is centered in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of north Texas and is open to those interested or practicing systems engineering.  


Promote, educate, and mentor on Systems Engineering standards and practices to strengthen the North Texas Systems Engineering industry.


Serve as a professional organization that is the regional focal point for Systems Engineering resources, development, and awareness.



Automotive Working Group (INCOSE's AWG) Presenting at SAE World Congress

by Christine Kowalski | Apr 05, 2018

The International Council on Systems Engineering's Automotive Working Group (INCOSE's AWG) will be presenting a panel discussion at the Society of Automotive Engineers' World Congress Experience (SAE's WCX) on Wednesday, April 11th at 3:30pm in Detroit, Mi.

As the vehicle transforms from being a collection of components within a transportation network, to being an integrated system within the larger transportation system, a different approach to the design process is necessary to ensure success at every stage of development – from the lowest level individual parts that make up the personality of the vehicle, to the communication systems that allow the outside world to influence its performance, to the intelligence that control its actions within the system. Utilizing a Systems Engineering approach allows designers and engineers at all levels in the process to properly influence and assess performance and safety within the vehicle and within the transportation system.

Please join Bill Bolander of IBM, Chris Davey of Ford, Gary Rushton of General Motors, Mark Johnson of Johnson Controls, Jace Allen of dSpace, and Anne O’Neil, Systems Catalyst & Strategist as they share the value of applying a systems engineering approach. Impacts on automotive design, development, and validation, as well as supply chain interactions and the integration challenges of delivering mobility in an increasingly connected, and autonomous environment will be explored.