Systems Engineering and Development

Across industries, one of the biggest development trends right now is the rapidly expanding complexity of systems, organizations, processes and supply chains.

Systems engineers are uniquely suited to overcome these obstacles and ensure strong products emerge as a result.

In this paper, our experts tackle three topics central to systems engineering:
  • Requirements management "A badly-formulated requirement is therefore the parent of a lot of new requirements, with all of them inheriting the bad genes." - Christer Fröling
  • The V-Model "The V-Model itself is not just compatible with agile methods. It's (almost) a prerequisite." - Michael Jastram
  • Verification and validation "Within a single organization, whenever engineers are asked to define (verification and validation), you will hear different, and often conflicting, definitions." - Lou Wheatcraft
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