Whether you're an aerospace engineer, fire protection engineer or mechanical engineer, you still need systems engineering knowledge. There are key areas that engineers need to know: Systems science and fundamentals, Systems thinking, Design analysis, and Technical & project management; View the info graphic below to discover more about these vital areas within systems engineering.
Infographic about BIM:Building Information System. Definition, benefits and keys for architectural and engineering practices- by SI architects - www.siarchitects.es #architecture #bim #construction #revit #vectorworks #allplan
Building a big data dream team? Today’s specialists must have technical chops and be savvy enough to convey results. Mix 1 part software engineer, 1 part big data architect, 1 part business analyst and 1 part computer systems analyst: http://techpageone.dell.com/technology/data-center/building-big-data-dream-team/#.UvFEHfnnZph
Apr.17-19, 2012, Philadelphia, PA: Joint Rail Conference, "Technology to Advance the Future of Rail Transport": "...major, multidisciplinary North American railroad conference encompassing all aspects of rail transportation and engineering research... will address railroad civil, mechanical, electrical, & systems engineering, as well as safety, planning, design, operations, maintenance, and management... will cover freight & passenger rail, encompassing commuter, regional and intercity…