Feb. 2011 – SE for Collaborative Commercial and Military Developments – Dr. Steve Skinner

Please join us for our monthly meeting on February 17th.  This month our speaker will be Dr. Steve Skinner.  Many of you will find this topic very interesting as it relates to topics we deal with every day in our occupation.  As usual, WebEx will be provided for this meeting.

Date: Thursday, February 17, 2011

Networking and Dinner: 5:30PM - 5:50PM

Short Chapter Meeting: 5:50PM – 6:00PM

Featured Speaker & Topic: 6:00PM – 6:45PM

Speaker Q&A: 6:45PM – 7:00PM

Location: Richardson, Greenville, Hurst, Grand Prairie, Waco, Fort Worth, & WebEx

 

Lecture Topic: Systems Engineering Planning and Management for Collaborative Commercial and Military Product Development Environments

Aerospace and defense companies that share one engineering talent pool to serve both commercial and military customers can benefit by implementing a uniform approach to systems engineering. It is normal to expect that systems engineering processes applied to commercial product development should be far less complicated than for military programs. Yet it can be confusing to engineering resources assigned to both program types if the processes differ significantly. Options are presented for deploying standard systems engineering planning and management regardless of the program type or customer

Speaker Biography: Dr. Steve Skinner

Dr. Steve Skinner is the Manager of Systems Engineering at Bell Helicopter, a Textron Company. He also serves as Adjunct Professor at Southern Methodist University (SMU) where he instructs graduate courses in Systems Engineering. Since 1977 Steve has held several positions with science and technology companies developing innovative systems for government, commercial and academic industries with applications in atmospheric research, semiconductor process measurement, and aerospace and defense. Over the past eighteen years Steve has led the development of aircraft subsystems and air vehicles while employed by Texas Instruments, Raytheon Systems, Lockheed Martin and Bell Helicopter. Steve is currently leading an initiative to implement uniform air vehicle integration and systems engineering methods for commercial and military aircraft development projects.

WebEx:

https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/incose/join?id=NorthTexas&role=attend

Attendee Entry Code: <no password required>

Audio:

 (888) 288-9321

 Participant Code: 520176

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