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Robert Kennedy, Caterpillar Northern Ireland s Operations Director said: We are very pleased to welcome Minister Farry and the Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Working Group to our Larne site.
and founder and co-chair, Lean Systems Engineering Working Group if INCOSE) notes that ineffective system engineering can frequently be found at the root of poor program performance in a variety of sectors, such as defense, aerospace, civil infrastructure, shipbuilding, and others.
10 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- A coalition of leading information and assistive technology companies today announced the formation of the Accessibility Interoperability Alliance (AIA), an engineering working group dedicated to enabling developers to more easily create accessible software, hardware and Web products.
Oppenheim is the founder and Co-Chair of the Lean Systems Engineering Working Group of INCOSE and leader of the development effort of Lean Enablers for Systems Engineering.
and accounting for about one-third of all TV sales -- plan to submit their XCA proposal to an engineering working group of the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA), a committee formed to evaluate the impact of different architectures for protecting copyrighted digital content on consumer electronics devices.
Manugian will be responsible for integrating many of Grape Networks' engineering working groups into a single unit to better fill the requirement of Corporations' Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks and Grape Networks' vineyard clients.
Lucent also holds a co-chair position in the Internet Traffic Engineering working group and has also chaired the IETF's Routing Over Large Clouds (ROLC) and the IP over ATM working groups.