"Concept Selection" is picking the idea(s)
which best satisfy the Product Design
Stage in design process: After (1)
understanding customer needs, (2) developing
PDS, (3) generating many concepts
(Conceptual Design). Before detailed de
What is Thinking?
What, precisely, is thinking? When at the reception
of sense impressions, memory pictures emerge,
this is not yet thinking. And when such pictures form
a series, each member of which calls forth another,
this too is not
Evaluation of the Systems
Evaluation of the System Engineering
Measure and evaluate the extent to which the system
engineering organization has progressed toward
meeting the goals
Organizations capability to meet des
The Planning Process
Need to establish both Technical and
Management requirements at program
Need to review progress on a periodic basis
Need to establish procedure for initiation of
corrective action as necessary
systems architecture is the conceptual
design that defines the structure and/or
behavior of a system.
Systems architecting is one of the integrating
disciplines in Product Creation.
Complementary integral team p
RISK MANAGEMENT for
What is a risk?
Risk as a science was born in the sixteenth century
Renaissance, a time of discovery
The word risk is derived from the early Italian
risicare which means to dare
Today, risk is defined as the possib
The Engineering Management Four-Step Process
1. Initial definition of system requirements
2. System design and development
3. Measurement, evaluation, and assessment
4. Providing feedback and taking corrective
action to achieve objectives
Definition of Re
SYSTEM LIFE CYCLE
The System Life Cycle
LIFE CYCLE COSTING
SUMMARY: Life cycle costs (LCC) are cradle to grave
costs summarized as an economics model of
evaluating alternatives for equipment and projects.
Engineering details drive LCC cost numbers for the
Life Cycle Acquisition
Life Cycle Acquisition
A process in itself
Includes iterative steps
Design evolves from one level of definition
to the next
Addresses a fully operational system
Involves identification of resources
Systems Engineering Process
Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary
process that ensures that the customer's
needs are satisfied throughout a system's
entire life cycle. This process is comprised
of the following seven tasks.
1. State the problem. St
The process of determining that the
requirements are the correct requirements
and that they form a complete set of
requirements. This is done at the early stages
of the development process. Validation of the
What Are Requirements?
Customers needs, expectations, and measures
Items that are necessary, needed, or demanded
Implicit or explicit criteria that must, should, or
might be met
Contain system and software informa
System Engineering Overview.
Definition of System Engineering.
The Importance Of Systems Engineering.
System Engineering Overview
ABSTRACT: Systems engineering is a
discipline that develops, matches and trades