Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering is the broadest sense is an interdisciplinary engineering practice to satisfy customer needs cost effectively. The process covers from vision, design, development, deployment and retirement--System Development Lifecycle (SLDC). INCOSE, MITRE, NASA provides best practices that other organizations can utilize in developing anywhere from satellites and aircrafts to MRI scanners to commercial products. Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is fastest growing area where we utilize tools to develop the 'The Model' that resides in a centralized place and considered 'The Truth'. All consumers rely on the single model that is exposed to them by 'views'.

IT Systems Engineering is a subset where the resulting product is limited to data processing, software application and underlying infrastructure. However, the process from inception to development to deployment remains the same and in some cases less complex.

We ensure client requirements are satisfied by applying sound systems engineering processes to manage problems, both technical and non-technical, and their solution complexities over the entire life cycle i.e., from inception, planning, engineering implementation, O&M to its eventual retirement. It is important to evaluate whether the implemented system provides its intended value over time, which may take years. Challenges that may arise during this process include changes in business needs and requirements, funding, and engineering and design changes. Selecting an appropriate system engineering framework for a given problem is a key to a successful implementation which covers feasibility, solution definition, requirements engineering, design and modeling, development, integration, testing, change management, deployment, training, maintenance and support.

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