Grand Challenges for Systems Engineering Research

@inproceedings{Kalawsky2009GrandCF,
  title={Grand Challenges for Systems Engineering Research},
  author={R. S. Kalawsky},
  year={2009}
}
Systems engineering is rapidly becoming recognised as a key discipline in a number of sectors including Aerospace & Defence, Automotive, Construction, Energy, Transportation, Consumer Electronics, IT, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare and Telecommunications. This trend is driven by growing system complexity and the need for optimal integration of people, processes and technologies. Consequently, the shear scale of future system complexity is likely to exceed our current understanding of systems… CONTINUE READING
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