News & Events-Expertise to be shared at major systems engineering event, INCOSE 2017

Experts from Frazer-Nash will be taking part in the 27th annual International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) symposium at Adelaide Convention Centre in Australia from 15 to 20 July.

They'll be showcasing Frazer-Nash's systems engineering experience and expertise through a number of presentations:

  • On Monday 17 July, at 15:30, Senior Consultant Quoc Do will take part in a panel discussion on 'Implementing Model-Based Conceptual Design in transport - Practices, challenges and opportunities'
  • On Tuesday 18 July Quoc, together with Technical Manager Damien Farrell, Senior Consultant Stuart Taylor, and Engineer Thomas Bransden, will present on 'The Application of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to Inform Workforce Decision Making' at 10:00
  • Quoc will also outline 'An MBSE Methodology for Capability Systems Definition' on the afternoon of Tuesday 18 July, at 13:30  
  • On Wednesday at 15:30, Senior Engineer Matthew Dent will present 'Who's Line is it Anyway? Using MBSE in the Management and Acceptance of the Defence Lines of Development'

The Frazer-Nash team will also be on Stand 14 at the exhibition, talking to visitors about the company's Systems Approach which enables it to provide world-class technical advice and support to clients. They'll be highlighting how the company develops innovative solutions to problems, through working with clients to understand the whole range of financial, operational, organisational, people and other issues that surround their needs.

The INCOSE international symposium is the largest annual gathering of systems engineering professionals, educators and researchers. The theme for the 2017 symposium is: 'Unlocking Innovation through Systems Engineering'. Click here to find out more about the event.