Systems Engineering Concept®
Systems Engineering Concept® provides practical hands-on methods and tools, that enable companies to meet today’s global business challenges through a systematic approach to development of system design.
System-oriented mindset and common language
We believe that a system-oriented mindset is the key to effective high-quality design. This means that any technical design can be treated as a system and supported by well-known principles for systems engineering and management. Achieving this mindset is dependent on having a common language across management and technical disciplines; a language that creates an unambiguous understanding of the system design from idea to operation. This is what the Systems Engineering Concept (SEC) provides.
Gradual maturing of system requirements
SEC is designed to handle non-perfect scenarios in any design discipline by three means: (1) Capturing of non-perfect requirements in system breakdown structures. (2) Incremental development loops in a spiral model to gradually mature the system design and integration, with continuous system integration, stakeholder validation and design review. (3) A stepwise and controlled accumulation of documentation based on incremental loops in the spiral model.
SEC supports development of technical systems of any kind, ensuring a gradual maturing of the system requirements and its design, with continuous stakeholder involvement and system integration checks.
SEC is based on selected international systems engineering principles combined with methods from ISO & IEC standards and European norms. This enables your organization to cooperate based on high-quality information throughout the system life cycle, making it possible to ensure on-time delivery of projects within the budget, and with quality under absolute control.
Supporting existing processes
SEC is designed so that is can be tailored to meet and support existing
processes within your company. SEC will support and strengthen existing project
management processes and organisational arrangements with practical hand-on
methods in execution of design development, without conflicting instructions.
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