Planned Events

  • Acoustics Systems Engineering

    Course Descriptions

    Acoustics involves the generation of noise, it’s transfer through solid structures and fluids, and the response of the receiver (a person or equipment). Usually the objective is to control the response to an acceptable level at a minimum added cost, weight or size. Often the details are complex, the number of variables is high, and conflicting constraints operate. Application of SE techniques is essential before an efficient and effective result can be achieved.

  • Quality On Time

    Course Descriptions

    We will study and exercise techniques how to continuously improve our effectiveness and efficiency, how to predict what we will have done when and taking the consequence, solving the discipline problem, exploiting our intuition mechanism, continuously balancing priorities, keeping focus, coping with differences in disciplines and cultures, adopting a Zero-Defect attitude and preventing any stakeholder’s complaints. Are you already doing all these things and do you think you are already very effective and efficient?

  • Improving the Result of Reviews and Inspections

    Course Descriptions

    Document Inspections are one of the most economical and necessary techniques for eliminating, and, even more important, preventing defects. Reviews are often done, but produce only a fraction of the really important defects that should be found. With only a few hours of proper Inspection training, people can find many more defects in a document, where they first found only one or two minor issues. This should give evidence that with proper education Reviews and Inspections indeed can provide the benefits promised.

  • SE Foundations

    Course Descriptions

    The Systems Engineering foundations course provides a solid background of the core Systems Engineering discipline. Including learning and practicing the application of Systems Engineering methodologies, enhancing know-how with an interactive workshop and covering detailed use cases.

  • Design Thinking and Lean Innovation Introduction

    Course Descriptions

    Learn how to combine Systems Engineering with Design Thinking and Lean Start-up in the upfront Innovation phase (Pre-Development-Phase). The Design Thinking course gives you a deep understanding of the Design Thinking mindset and its problem-solving cycle based on fast iteration and customer interaction.

  • Design Thinking and Lean Innovation Advanced

    Course Descriptions

    Design Thinking and Lean Innovation are easy to understand concepts, however with the practice more questions arises. In this advanced workshop we dig deeper and learn additional tools and methods (like business ecosystem design), reflect the practical experiences and challenges of the participants and how to overcome them.

  • Configuration Management

    Course Descriptions

    Managing the complexity of products along their lifecycle is an increasing challenge in many industries. Knowing and controlling the state of mechatronical systems during development, in the supply chain and after sales is a basic requirement for today`s manufacturer. Manyfold requirements set by customers and regulatory bodies, paired with increasing number of product variants set challenges for managing product data, documentation and changes along the product`s lifetime.

  • Servitization: An Introduction

    Course Descriptions

    The transition of product-based business into a more balanced product and
    service business is in no way a simple change. It is not as simple as delivering new
    products to the market as it requires new processes and approaches that
    can run counter to the existing manufacturing businesses. The aim of this introductory two-day workshop is to introduce the reasons why services are important and then to provide examples of seven challenges that can prevent/ delay the delivery of new services.


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