How to Increase Competiveness Using Continuous Engineering
He has been a practitioner, consultant and speaker on systems engineering and software development methods for 25 years. A frequent speaker at IBM and industry conferences, his current specializations include model-based systems engineering, requirements engineering, systems development processes, program improvement and IBM Watson applications and technology. He is the designer of the model-driven system development course, offered by IBM and co-author of the book Model-Driven Systems Engineering with Rational Tools. Mr. Brown holds a BS degree in electrical engineering with graduate degrees in psychology and business and continued graduate work in systems engineering. He is a certified Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP), the Americas Sector Director for INCOSE, and an adjunct professor of systems engineering at the University of Central Florida.
Products are becoming more complex, as features and functions are being delivered increasingly by software. Furthermore, to participate in the Internet of Things (IoT), products will need to be not only intelligent, but instrumented and interconnected. Changes within the ecosystem in which a product operates can have unexpected impact on its evolving design, leading to new challenges for product developers.
Join this webinar to learn how you can:
- Strategically reuse product data to increase engineering efficiency and speed development
- Continuously verify your product design to avoid late discovery of integration and performance issues
- Unlock engineering knowledge distributed throughout your organization to gain better insight and make better design decisions
Register now and gain competencies enabled by continuous engineering.