“Boeing found that the most rigorous systems
engineering practices applied to the most complex
system enables the completion of the project in ½ the
time when compared with the least complex system
manufactured with the least rigorous systems
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Leading companies are 50% more likely than their peers to credit success to
effective systems engineering.
Gains recorded include:
88% met quality targets
86% met revenue targets
85% met product launch targets
12% decrease in development time over previous years
9% increase in profit margins
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“The trend toward software-driven capabilities will likely continue and
perhaps accelerate. The benefits are just too compelling, and
traditional products will have a hard time competing against „smarter‟
products. Mechatronics is here to stay. So engineering and product
development teams have to learn systems engineering approaches
and how to manage the complexity of multi-discipline design.”
– Jim Brown
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