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Containerizing Smart Requirements
Requirements are the DNA for projects ranging from straightforward software development to the complexities of engineering, including product development with Internet of Things (IoT) and “systems of systems.” We know this. Automation, analytics ...
The Engineers Never Stopped Working
This blog is a follow-up to the ELM 7.0 announcement, with a new lens from the current world economy. We are also announcing more updates in the latest release 7.0.1 in this blog.
Engineering Academy Comes to You: Update! Register now for LA and Washington, DC
Over the past few months, IBM has hosted several Engineering Academy Comes to You events in ...
The cobbler’s children have no shoes: Why engineers must adopt AI now.
It’s great to build AI into what we create, but we now need to use that same technology to improve...
We’re bringing engineering intelligence to Washington
The agenda for the Engineering Academy Comes to You event in Washington, DC will inform and inspire you. Experts will present a variety of important topics, and there will be two days of open labs for hands-on experience.
Highlights from the 2019 INCOSE Symposium
Last week, the 2019 INCOSE Symposium in Orlando brought together over 800 attendees from across engineering disciplines. They represented nearly every industry and 28 countries. It was a broader-than-ever global presence, a record-breaking attendance...
Join us at Agile and Beyond!
In this blog, you'll learn about what's happening at the Agile and Beyond conference in Detroit May 29-31.
The Evolution of the Engineering Value Chain
The concept of a “supply chain” is common across many industries: a collaboration between an organization and its suppliers to deliver a product. Historically, supply chains focused on the production aspects and physical attributes of ...
An Engineer’s Guide to the Future of Lifecycle Management
If you think IoT is not for engineers, you may be behind the curve of the digital transformation impacting software and systems engineering teams. Brisk innovation and increasing demands are putting unprecedented pressure on engineering teams to ...
Want to optimize your engineering lifecycle? Come to IoT Exchange to learn how
Today's systems engineers are facing mounting pressures to overcome data complexity to stay ...
Engineering breakthrough: IBM introduces Watson AI for RQA
In today’s age of growing engineering complexity, connected products and the Internet of Things (IoT) are changing the way we live and work. Engineering teams are facing pressure to quickly adapt to the pace of change in nearly every industry, ...
QuickBYTES Q&A: Bruce Douglass, Chief Evangelist, IBM Internet of Things
I’m Bruce Douglass, Ph.D and Chief Evangelist for IBM Internet of Things. My role is to travel...
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by Rodrigo Ibraim Teixeira
Delivering Superior Enroute Global Weather and Flight ...
by John Szatkowski
The benefits of a field service management solution
by Franklin Morris