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Welcome. We are Team SADE.

The Problem

Systems engineering practitioners and educators worldwide lack an accessible system to guide professional development and increase consumer interest in the practice.

The Solution

Team SADE has been tasked with solving this issue. The non-profit organization known as INCOSE seeks the development of an accessible web portal through which systems engineering education and professional development can be properly maximized.

The Team


bernadette

Bernadette
Fannin

Major: Web design
fannin@purdue.edu

bransen

Bransen
Shidler

Major: Web design
shidler@purdue.edu

cory

Cory
Dickelman

Major: Web design

Timeline



01-19 Team Formation
01-25 First meeting with Dr. Kenley
01-27 Began Pegasystems research
02-01 First meeting with INCOSE board
02-07 Go/No-Go presentation
02-13 Participated in Pega web demo
02-15 Ceased usage of Pega for project
03-01 Presented first sprint of Atlas prototype to INCOSE
03-22 Presented second sprint of Atlas prototype to INCOSE
04-12 Demonstrated semi-final prototype to INCOSE
04-18 Conducted dry run of final prototype demo

About INCOSE


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The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded to develop and disseminate the interdisciplinary principles and practices that enable the realization of successful systems. Their mission is to address complex societal and technical challenges by enabling, promoting, and advancing Systems Engineering and systems approaches. This organization has set out to promote international collaboration in systems engineering practice, education, and research, and to improve the professional status of all persons engaged in the practice of systems engineering.