My silver anniversary as a systems engineer is in the rearview mirror, and I have a box full of systems engineering tools just waiting for an excuse to be used.
During a recent meeting with a potential client, I mentioned Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
As a Star Trek fan and a doctor in astrophysics, I often find myself wishing for a universal translator like those worn by the crew of the Enterprise.
Poor little Opportunity. Will its solar panels let it phone home after weeks under a sky-darkening dust storm?
In Engility’s inaugural podcast episode, guests Gary Oleson and Frank White talk about how space exploration...
Our lives are full of winning combinations: peanut butter and jelly...
Agile IV&V has been received very positively by the Orion IV&V customers, earning praise from the NASA IV&V Facility Director and the Software Architect.
As the torrential rains continue to descend, I stand in my basement staring at the crack in my foundation that I had sealed last summer.
Intern Colin Burke shares how he made the most of his experiences launching space balloons, making friends and gaining mentors at Engility.
Intern Dana Gilroy took a break from missile-intercept calculations to join Engility employees in launching a high-altitude balloon to 100,000 feet.
Intern Megan Avery details how an after-work activity – sending a payload to 100,000 feet – made for a very memorable internship with Engility.
Tech Fellow Don York, who serves as an advisor to INCOSE, talks about the need, importance and value or informed advice in the systems engineering industry.
Technical Fellow Aaron Sawyer describes how he is combining clinical psychology with an understanding of technical systems to create the perfect mix of...
Engility’s Mike Pritchard shares a few thoughts on SpaceCom and commercial space opportunities—in particular the growing need for innovative mission assurance.
Dave Mettenburg, senior engineer, discusses how Systems Engineering and Integration (SE&I) must adapt to the unique requirements of space.
Dr. Don York details how a car accident taught him a valuable life lesson on systems engineering, readiness assessment and Bayesian logic.