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Hartford and on-line via Webex

INCOSE NE Membership November 2023 Monthly Meeting: WebEx and in-person Hartford

Come join us by WebEx for our General Membership Meeting. Sam Lehman and Russell Graves of Mathworks presents "Mission Engineering: Decision Support and Digital Continuity".

INCOSE NE Membership November 2023 Monthly Meeting: WebEx and in-person Hartford
INCOSE NE Membership November 2023 Monthly Meeting: WebEx and in-person Hartford

Time & Location

Nov 21, 6:30 PM – Nov 22, 8:00 PM

Hartford and on-line via Webex, 10 Prospect St, Hartford, CT 06103, USA

About The Event

Agenda

6:30-7:15 PM:  Invited Speaker

7:15-7:30 PM:  Q&A and Open Discussion

7:30-8:00 PM: Chapter Business

Event is hybrid and either online or at UConn Hartford 10 Prospect St, Hartford, CT 06103 Room 216

Invited Speaker:

Sam Lehman and Russell Graves of Mathworks.

Title: 

Mission Engineering: Decision Support and Digital Continuity

Abstract:  

As systems become more interconnected in operation and purpose, organizations are utilizing mission engineering as an effective way to perform and collaborate around their evaluation, trade off analysis, and design activities. 

 

The DoD defines mission engineering as an interdisciplinary approach and process encompassing the entire technical effort to analyze, design, and integrate current and emerging operational needs and capabilities to achieve desired mission outcomes.* 

 

In this talk, we will use a search and rescue mission to illustrate how MathWorks tools can support mission engineering workflows. We will demonstrate digital continuity among the different design phases and levels of abstraction to cope with increasing data complexity while enabling collaboration amongst teams and companies. By modeling this systems-of-systems and the respective radar and sensing systems, communication channels, and external environmental factors and entities, we will show how to run mission planning analysis to rapidly define a problem space and evaluate tradeoffs. 

 

Highlights 

· Identify and visualize key performance measures and indicators of mission effectiveness.

· Understand the impact of constraints and assumptions.

· Understand the impact of different sensor and platform requirements on mission success.

· Accelerate the readiness of requirements, platform and sensor models, and testing environment.

 

*Department of Defense Mission Engineering Guide (version 2.0) 06/26/2023

Bio: 

Sam Lehman is an Application Engineer at MathWorks specializing in signal processing, communications, and radar.  Prior to MathWorks he worked as a software engineer at Boeing and obtained degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Russell Graves is an Application Engineer at MathWorks focused on machine learning and systems engineering. Prior to joining MathWorks, Russell worked with the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory in intelligent transportation systems research with a focus on multi-agent machine learning and complex systems controls. Russell holds a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Tennessee.

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