Systems Engineering

The Daily Exchange: Day 1 at IoT Exchange

Written by Sarah Dudley and others | April 24, 2019 | Buildings, Engineering, Events...

Welcome to Day 1 of the IBM® IoT Exchange. With four academies, main stage presentations and a robust solutions showcase, it was an information-packed day, with IoT thought leaders and experts, and IBM customers, IBM Business Partners and staff. Did we mention we had a backyard party, too? More on that later. If you’re here with ...read more


Quick Bytes Live Comes to the Engineering Academy at IoT Exchange

Written by Ryan Boyles | March 27, 2019 | Events, Systems Engineering

Learn from leaders like Walter van der Heiden of Willert Software. Network with peers. Connect with the IBM IoT Engineering community. Get hands-on experience, see real-world results, and prepare yourself to implement innovative solutions that will help you conquer the complexity of your lifecycle management process. ...read more


The Internet of Things requires machine learning and AI

Written by John McDonald | March 20, 2019 | AI Assistants, Systems Engineering

If there ever was a time where there was enough storage to capture it all, that time has passed. It now makes no economic sense to capture every data point, as we need only selected data points to train models. This computer assist of humans through machine learning is almost required to sift through the data from the Internet of Things. ...read more


Want to optimize your engineering lifecycle? Come to IoT Exchange to learn how

Written by Dibbe Edwards | March 13, 2019 | Conferences, Systems Engineering

Today's systems engineers are facing mounting pressures to overcome data complexity to stay competitive. The IoT Exchange event in Orlando, 24-26, April 2019 will feature a specialized Engineering Academy that addresses data complexity, leveraging AI and Agile, to optimize the development lifecycle. This new conference combines the best elements of the Agile and Engineering conferences you may have previously attended. ...read more


A Retrospective: Top 10 Takeaways from the Agile Engineering Summit

Written by Maggie Mae Armstrong | October 22, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

What did we learn at the 5th annual Agile Engineering Summit last week in Washington, DC? If you weren’t able to make it, or if you just had to pick which sessions to attend, we’ve compiled the top highlights for you. 1. Best. Format. Ever. Attendees raved over the format of this year’s Agile Engineering ...read more


QuickBYTES interview with Amy Silberbauer: What is Agile Engineering?

Written by Ryan Boyles | October 2, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Events, Systems Engineering

Ahead of the Watson IoT Agile Engineering Summit 2018, to be held October 15-17 in Washington DC, we asked our speakers for some thoughts about systems engineering and agile practices. I met Amy Silberbauer, our first speaker, to ask for her take on agile. ‘Agile is not your grandmother’s agile anymore’ – Amy Silberbauer, IBM ...read more


Industrial “Things” Produce “Industrial-Sized” Outcomes

Written by Kareem Yusuf, Ph.D | September 24, 2018 | Blog, Buildings, Manufacturing...

Companies are instrumenting and connecting their industrial equipment, buildings and facilities, and vehicles with billions of sensors to create what is known as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The Industrial Internet of Things is generating exponential amounts of data that is creating opportunities to identify patterns that unlock new ways of working and new ...read more


Are you managing your IoT devices’ software in the right way?

Written by Chris O'Connor | July 31, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management, Systems Engineering

Enterprises today are part of a new world: a software-driven world. And while this new world has brought many great innovations, it is also forcing organizations in all industries to rethink their software development practices, to deliver new features and offerings faster. Those entities that will embrace and incorporate change most effectively, will be the ...read more


Three systems engineering takeaways from INCOSE 2018

Written by Peppi Browne-Armstrong | July 30, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

Three systems engineering takeaways from INCOSE 2018 Earlier this month, I had the pleasure to attend the 28th Annual INCOSE International Symposium in Washington, DC. As the largest worldwide event for systems engineers consisting of presentations, workshops, panel discussions and more, it was a fascinating mix of organizations, engineers, universities and government agencies – all ...read more


Can intelligent IoT help you to reinvent your enterprise?

Written by Steve Shoaf | July 30, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

Can intelligent IoT help you to reinvent your enterprise? As virtually everything becomes connected and data proliferates, Industrial Products companies are exploring how the Internet of Things (IoT) can help them to optimize production operations and plant efficiency, improve worker safety and environmental compliance and drive the shift to data-enabled services and customer-centricity. The IBM ...read more


Managing Engineering Complexity: Are you ready?

Written by Chris O'Connor | July 19, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Requirements Management, Systems Engineering

Connected – This is one of the defining words of our world today. We have never been more connected – from the devices we wear on our bodies, to our cars and houses, to the manufacturers who build our things and, lastly, to the outer world where we get to experience the fruits of our ...read more


Back to the Future, Part 2: The data-driven economy

Written by John McDonald | June 4, 2018 | Continuous Engineering, Systems Engineering

In part 1 of my article, I shared with you a vision of our world from the vantage point of systems and automation. In part 2 of the series, I will explore how we as individuals and organizations can really take advantage of the new data-driven economy. Don’t get left behind: ensure your organization has ...read more