If you're not sure what systems engineering is or what it takes to be a systems engineer, this is a good starting journey for you. This journey gently introduces some of the more important concepts within systems engineering. Hopefully, by the end you'll be interested enough to check out some other more-complete resources on the topic.
By the way, I created this journey to demonstrate how you don't necessarily have to write introductions to each of the resources. This is just a list of resources that I think stand on their own. So, if you're thinking about creating your own journey just know that it can be a simple playlist like this one.
This video covers what systems engineering is and why it’s useful. We will present a broad overview of how systems engineering helps us develop complex projects that meet the program...See More
This video walks through the phases of a typical project and describes what it means to be a control systems engineer. It covers the concept formulation phase, in which your job is to help...See More
The role of systems engineering is to help find and maintain a balance between the stakeholder needs, the management needs, and the engineering needs of a project. So we can think of it as...See More
Functional, logical, and physical architectures are important tools for designing complex systems. We describe what architectures are and how they contribute to the early stages of a project...See More
Get an introduction to an important tool in systems engineering: requirements. You'll learn about the three things every requirement must have and what makes a requirement valid. You'll also...See More
Learn how model-based systems engineering (MBSE) can help you cut through the chaos of early systems development and get you from definition to execution more seamlessly.
You’ll hear the...See More