Sioux initiated a cycle of five additional exclusive events to dive deeper into relevant topics in the Future of System Engineering.Registration form - follow up
On July 1st, Sioux Technologies hosted the Hot-or-Not event on the Future of System Engineering. More than 200 attendants followed the presentation live at Sioux or via our live stream. Given the outcome of the poll, this topic is very ‘hot’ indeed! A 15-minute summary can be viewed here now.
Sioux initiated a cycle of five additional exclusive events to dive deeper into relevant topics in the Future of System Engineering. The first follow-up meeting took place on September 16th at Sioux Labs, Eindhoven.
The next sessions will be on Wednesdays starting at 16:30 hrs. Due to the current covid-19 situation, the sessions will be virtual. The link will be provided upfront the event. Register now!
The previous sessions in the Hot-or-Not: The Future of System Engineering series showed that AI is beneficial for the applications we create as Systems Engineers. AI examples of 'mining' large piles of information can be found all around us. Can we (re)use the technology behind it for "typical Brainport" high-tech equipment? If so, what new methods will become part of the holistic approach of system engineers to bring state-of-the art solutions?
Georgo Angelis of the Eindhoven Artificial Intelligence Systems Institute, EAISI, will highlight the TU/e EAISI research agenda during a 45-minute keynote.