Speaker: Simon Vaux, Chris Rolinson & Herman van der Merwe Topic: Systems Engineering in a Digital World, A state of Play Date: Tuesday, 26 November 2019 Time: 5:30 for 6pm Start (AEDT) Location: Engineers Australia, 8 Thomas Street, Chatswood LIVE STREAMS Brisbane – 4:30pm […]
When care is limited, leadership is a license to kill. Engineers know this in all we plan, design, build and maintain. We manage and lead people amid complexity to work together artfully to make things happen. We integrate multiple disciplines into a coherent whole. We make trade-offs across outcomes and resources. We evolve designs and build sustainable solutions. We are quiet achievers in a noisy world.
The Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) will be hosting a series of short Virtual Systems Forums (VSFs) from 23rd of June - 2nd of July, to be held mid-week (Tuesday – Thursday) in the mornings (8:00 - 9:00 AEST), lunch-times (12:00 to 13:30 AEST) and in the evenings (18:00pm to 19:00 AEST) over two weeks, using Zoom.
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles have been an upward trending topic over the past decade. While the concept continues to be catalysed by technological innovation, the roadmap to implementation has been limited due to the increase in the complexity of the open environment. This hybrid NSP session brings together 4 speakers based in Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide, presenting on the opportunity context, followed by a Q&A discussion forum.
This session involves two exciting presentations from the Netherlands and Australia; from an international transport project director and from a Dutch senior system engineering practitioner, both providing their unique perspectives as to what works and where improvements can be made in relation to Risk-based contract management & Systems Engineering.
This event is based in South Australia and organised by the University of South Australia, it will be available to SESA members across the country online. Join us with Peter Bernus who will introduce the GERAM framework and how it […]