Systems Engineering

Leadership. Technical acumen. Creativity. Communication. Big picture thinking.

Expertise

  • Project/program management
  • Requirements management
  • System integration
  • Verification & validation
  • Certification support
  • Change management
  • Process improvement
  • Project recovery

The right solution, the first time

Systems engineering is the deep, interlocking skill set that Base2 brings to solve the hardest business and technology problems at some of the world’s leading companies. It’s how we help our customers achieve the impossible to stay competitive.


The Base2 Difference

We get people, process, and technology working together across the enterprise. Our primary focus is always the customer. This includes customer requirements and constraints, the nature of the product, and the needs of the business.

Our clients reap lasting benefits from our work, including intellectual property. We’ve earned—and we cherish—our clients’ trust. We can work with you to achieve the proven results of a systems engineering approach.

What it Means For Our Clients

  • Faster time to market
  • Lower project costs
  • Higher project success rates
  • Improved schedule performance
  • Fewer defects in production
  • The right product, the first time

Supporting the Entire Lifecycle

Whether you are creating a new concept, designing an architecture, integrating complex systems, certifying a product, or looking to streamline your operations, our systems engineering best practices ensure developmental efficiency and the success of your product – throughout its life-cycle.

 

Fielding Great teams

A well-planned and well-led project is a successful project. We are known for bringing groups together to overcome the biggest challenges. And we have the expertise in integration, risk management, and project leadership necessary for teams to be successful.


Mapping a Clear Route to Success

Our consultants and engineers avoid costly rework by taking the time to design a clear road map for development – where clear communication, knowledge, skill, and experience guide every step along the way.


The Value of Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering is the art and science of developing an operable system capable of meeting requirements within often opposed constraints.
— Michael D. Griffin, NASA Administrator, Systems Engineering and the Two Cultures of Engineering.
Systems Engineering is the backbone of full factory automation. Any new engineer joining the team is expected to have basic knowledge of computer engineering, computer science and systems engineering project processes.
— Pooja Manduskar, Team leader, Manufacturing Operations Systems, Samsung Austin Semiconductor
In our almost $3 trillion in expenditures in this sector of our economy, estimates that are reproducible suggested well over a third of what we spend is waste. System engineering is designed to identify that waste, eliminate it and then redesign it in a way that actually becomes defect-free and leads to the highest possible outcomes and lowest costs.
— Dr. Gary Kaplan, Chairman and CEO of Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle
US DOT recognized the potential benefit of the systems engineering approach for ITS projects and included requirements for a systems engineering analysis in the FHWA Rule/FTA Policy that was enacted on January 8, 2001. The Rule/Policy requires a systems engineering analysis to be performed for ITS projects that use funds from the Highway Trust Fund, including the Mass Transit Account.
— US Department of Transportation. FHWA-HOP-07-069. “Systems Engineering for Intelligent Transportation Systems”. January 2007

Download the Free Guide to Systems Engineering

This white paper is ideal for any business leader looking to bring organizational change to their workplace through systems engineering principles, processes, and best practices.

What you'll learn:

  • The definition and history of systems engineering
  • Four fundamentals of systems engineering
  • Tree steps into integrating systems engineering
  • Best practices for growing systems engineering talent at your workplace

This is a must read for any systems engineering professional in a highly-regulated, product or software development focused industry such as manufacturing, healthcare, aerospace, transportation, or government.


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see our article in IEEE's Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine

see our article in IEEE's Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine