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Introduction to Systems Engineering I: A MAGMA Short Course
June 17 @ 9:00 am - June 18 @ 5:00 pm$2310
Register now for Introduction to Systems Engineering I, a MAGMA-approved short course with instruction from Kettering University Faculty.
Day 1: Online component to be completed at least two weeks prior to start of in-person meetings
Day 2: Monday, June 17th, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Day 3: Tuesday, June 18th, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
TBD, Oakland County
$2310.00 per person, payable by credit card or check
Karista Gallick, Business Partnerships Associate
Workforce Intelligence Network
Systems are becoming increasingly large and complex with many challenges in their design, development, and implementation. Systems engineering enables the successful completion of large and complex projects. In this course, you will be introduced to systems engineering (SE) with emphasis on model based SE (MBSE) using the SysML language. Your knowledge will be reinforced by carefully designed assignments, and lab projects involving automotive and autonomous vehicle systems.
For a full course syllabus, please click here.
Lab Projects Description
Lab Project 1: Development of the structure, behavior, and requirements for ABS using SysML
Lab Project 2: Development of the structure, behavior, and requirements for an AV obstacle detection and avoidance controller using SysML.
Course Learning Objectives
After completing required online portion of course in advance of in-person meetings, students will learn the following:
- Articulate the concepts of system life cycle, requirements, and the various design activities
- Describe importance of verification and validation (V&V) of requirements
- Define and illustrate what is meant by model based system engineering (MBSE)
- Explain the main features of SysML as a SE language
- Develop the structure, behavior, and requirements of a specific sub-system using SysML
- Articulate the concept of a safety culture and the role of the system architect
Please note: This course requires an online component to be completed at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the in-person portion of the course on May 29th. After registration, please check your email for forthcoming instructions on how to access and complete the online portion. You will need to bring the work completed online to the in-person meetings.