Requirements Engineering for EW Systems
Thursday, June 14, 2018 14:00 until 15:00 EST
Requirements are a fundamental part of systems engineering, but are often poorly understood, particularly in the context of Electronic Warfare systems. The goal of this presentation is to provide the audience an understanding of requirements engineering as it applies to EW programs. This will include a discussion of how EW systems are measured, how those metrics can be translated into system requirements, and qualities of a good requirement. The presentation concludes with a discussion of requirements from EW projects, their impact on system design, and how they can be improved.
Kyle Davidson has an extensive career in academia, the military, and industry, and is currently serving as the Chief Electronic Warfare (EW) Engineer for Macdonald, Dettwiler, and Associates (MDA). Before joining Leonardo he spent 15 years in the Canadian Army as a signals officer, highlighted by a tour in Kandahar, Afghanistan. This service included five years at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering specializing in radar and EW systems.
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