Summary


Overview

The Systems Engineering (SE) Forum is a planned sequence of government-industry collaborative events that focuses on SE topics to foster innovation. The Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Focus Day is designed to bring together government acquisition experts, tool vendors, and practitioners of MBSE from government, industry, and academia to work towards improved collaboration and effectiveness for advancing the systems engineering state-of-practice.


About the MBSE Focus Day

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together government acquisition experts, tool vendors, and practitioners of MBSE from government, industry, and academia to work toward solutions for advancing the systems engineering state-of-practice. In addition to a keynote talk and panel discussions on key challenges and potential solutions, the workshop features an exhibitor tools fair to provide attendees an opportunity to experience existing technology and tools as potential solutions to system engineering challenges.

The workshop will feature a full day of events with over 200 attendees expected. Events include a keynote address from a senior government leader in space system acquisition, a panel discussion on strategies for implementing model based system engineering, and a vendor exhibit of product, services, and presentations on the application of vendor tools to support system engineering and architecture development tasks.

Keynote Speaker
Kristen Baldwin
Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Systems Engineering

Confirmed Exhibitors
California Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech
IBM
Intercax
Jama Software
Mentor Graphics
No Magic
PTC
SPEC Innovations
Tom Sawyer Software
Vitech Corporation


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  • When

  • Thursday, November 3, 2016
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • The Aerospace Corporation
    A1 Meeting Center
    2310 E. El Segundo Blvd.
    El Segundo, California 90245
    USA
    310-336-5000

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