We help our clients improve their ability to deal with complexity through organisational development, professional mentoring and specific, tailored training in the capability design and analysis work Shoal conducts.
Systems Engineering in Rail Course
Successful development of rail systems involves developing a deep understanding of the complex problem and how the solutions developed will meet these challenges.
This one-day course provides an overview of the challenges faced in designing and successfully implementing complex rail systems. The approaches presented will combine international standards, cutting-edge research and practical experience to deliver a robust and defensible approach to determining solutions that address the capability needs of the rail industry.
Date: Friday, 24 November 2017 (the day after AusRAIL PLUS)
Location: Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
We offer the following two courses using
Duration: 3 days
Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
These courses focus on systems thinking and the model-based paradigm implemented in CORE or GENESYS. Through the course students will see how to apply model-based techniques to behaviour modelling, requirements analysis, functional analysis and allocation, and system synthesis.
Duration: 2 days
Model-Based Capability Design (MBCD)
These courses build on the MBSE using CORE or GENESYS course, taking the classic systems engineering techniques and applying them to capability design. This demonstrates a way of applying well developed MBSE techniques to rigorous problem definition and user needs development.