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16 November 2016 Dinner Lecture

by Communications Team on October 22, 2016  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory – Location Change for November to Building 200 Cafe and Auditorium. View MapMap and Directions | Register

Impact of Standards on Systems Engineering 

To View this presentation on YouTube, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Piw992TLPcE

By: Ken Zemrowski, ESEP; Engility Technical Fellow, Engility Corporation

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Presentation:  Standards affect the practice of SE in several ways. Standards such as ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 establish a common base for SE, as well as a foundation for assessing competency. Other standards promote the usability of SE tools, from a knowledge perspective and tools being able to work together. Standards also affect the systems we engineer; standards can impose requirements but can also help systems work together, such as interface protocols. Ken will discuss current SE standards projects, including standards for tools. He will provide an overview of how standards affect systems and actions we can take to influence those standards.

Note: Students receive free meal, compliments of 2HB and ITC.  >>Check out the Event Flyer Here<<

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