Systems Engineering Verification and Validation

5 - 6 January 2013


Location: Gaylord Texan Hotel and Convention Center, Grapevine, Texas
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Synopsis

This course will focus on the verification and validation aspect that is the beginning, from the validation point-of-view, and the final part of the systems engineering task for a program/project.  It will clarify the confusing use of verification and validation.  Familiarize yourself with validating requirements and generating verification requirements.  Start with the verification and validation plans.  Then learn how to choose the best verification method and approach.  Test and Evaluation Master Plan leads to test planning and analysis.  Conducting test involves activities, facilities, equipments, and personnel.  Evaluation is the process of analyzing and interpreting data.  Acceptance test assures that the products meet what intended to purchase.  There are functional and physical audits.  Simulation and Modeling provides virtual duplication of products and processes in operational valid environments.  Verification management organizes verification task and provides total traceability from customer requirements to verification report elements.

Key Topics
  • Overview of Systems Engineering Process encompassing Verification and Validation
  • Verification and Validation Plan and Methods
  • Test and Evaluation
  • Functional and Physical Audit
  • Simulation and Modeling
  • Verification Management


Who Should Attend

This course will be of interest to researchers, engineers, program/project managers, software engineers and other professionals that involve in verification and validation work, especially for complex system.