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SEBoK v. 1.4 Released

The BKCASE Editorial Board has released the Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) version 1.4 on Tuesday, June 30, 2015. This is the 13th iteration of the SEBoK, which is available at www.sebokwiki.org. SEBoK Version 1.4. has seen updates in the areas of System Architecture, LifeCycle processes, System of Systems, Competencies, Ethics and Model Based Systems Engineering, as […]

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Call for Abstracts: NDIA’s 18th Annual Systems Engineering Conference

A major conference focusing on improving acquisition and performance of Defense programs and systems, including net-centric operations and data/information interoperability, system-of-systems engineering and all aspects of system sustainment, will be convened on October 26-29, 2015 in Springfield, VA. This conference is sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association, Systems Engineering Division, with  technical co-sponsorship by IEEE AES, […]

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Call for Papers: Systems Engineering Technical Specialists’ Meeting in Huntsville, AL on Sept 14-15, 2015

The Redstone Chapter of the American Helicopter Society (AHS) is sponsoring a Technical Specialists’ Meeting on Managing Conflicting Requirements. This event will be held at The University of Alabama in Huntsville on September 14-15, 2015 in Huntsville, Alabama. Please consider submitting an abstract on the work that you are doing to showcase the many new and […]

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Researchers Hack Into Driverless Car System

SERC research conducted in System Security Engineering funded by DASD(SE) and led by the University of Virginia formed the basis of follow-on research in the area of driverless car systems security.  Recently, researchers demonstrated the ability to hack into these systems, promoting the immediate need for enhanced system-level security protection mechanisms since this technology is […]

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Helix: Understanding How to Develop Effective Systems Engineers

As Written by Christina Barboza and Art Pyster. The Helix project is now validating the first public release of Atlas, a theory of what makes systems engineers effective; i.e., what enables them to consistently deliver value to their organizations. The systemigram below highlights the key components and relationships of Atlas; e.g., that the proficiencies that […]

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