Systems Engineering Verification and Validation

10 - 11 August 2013


Location: Hyatt Regency Century Plaza , Los Angeles, California
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Synopsis

NOTE: This course has been cancelled. 

 

This course will focus on the role of verification and validation, from the beginning through the final stages of the systems engineering for a program or project. It will clarify the confusing use of the terms verification and validation, and explain the process of validating requirements and generating verification requirements. Starting with verification and validation plans, it focuses on how to choose the best verification method and approach. Topics presented include: developing a Test and Evaluation Master Plan; conducting testing, which involves activities, facilities, equipment, and personnel; evaluation, the process of analyzing and interpreting data; acceptance testing, to ensure that the products meet the customer’s requirements; functional and physical audits; simulation and modeling to provide virtual duplication of products and processes in operationally valid environments; and verification management, which organizes verification tasks and provides total traceability from customer requirements to verification reports.



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.