Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary approach to develop and implement complex technical systems in large projects. System engineering is necessary, because difficult tasks such as logistics and coordination can lead to massive problems during the course of the project.
The central task of system engineering is to meet the customer’s requirements within the defined cost and timeframe. For this purpose, the system is structured and specified in subsystems, devices and software.
The System Engineer continually monitors the implementation at all levels until delivery to the customer. He considers all aspects of the entire project (operation, costs, schedule, performance, training and support, test, production and reuse).
Systems Engineering integrates all these engineering disciplines and capabilities into a uniform, team-oriented and structured process. Depending on the complexity of the system, this can extend over several levels up to a device of a subcontractor. The described process is used from the conception to the production up to the operation and in some cases to the dismantling or the recycling. The modeling language of the system engineer is SysML, an extension of a subset of the modeling language UML.
The following disciplines are closely related to system engineering
- Software development
- Safety technology
- Reliability Engineering
- Interface Design
- Risk management
OVOX’s System Engineers take on this responsible task in your project, thereby helping to ensure that your product meets your customer’s requirements and is completed within the cost and time frame.