Sioux initiated a cycle of five additional exclusive events to dive deeper into relevant topics in the Future of System Engineering.Register now
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!
Many organizations are looking to introduce or have introduced system engineering to tackle the problems caused by the complexity of their products. Many companies, particularly in the Brainport area, have a longstanding practice of strong system architecting. Many practitioners of system engineering, including system architecting, find themselves on an island in their organization surrounded by colleagues and management who do not see the value of system engineering, and systematic thinking in a broad sense. In this edition of the Future of System Engineering Wouter Leibbrandt, director of ESI (TNO) will address how to take management and the whole organization along in system-thinking and why that is crucial for the success of practicing system engineering.