Syncroness has a track record of project success thanks to our highly experienced systems engineering team. Our systems engineers guide clients to superior product development solutions by providing technical leadership to control complexity, reduce risk, and augment collaboration. The result of this is a highly-efficient product development process with reduced product risk, which in turn reduces time to market and development cost. Systems engineers set the project up for success by investing time up front to work with our clients to determine the best solution that truly fits their needs, then by using those needs to define clear and verifiable system requirements early in the product development process. This understanding facilitates a multidisciplinary development focus and avoids costly late-stage redesigns.
Ensuring Technical Success
Your Trusted Partner in Systems Engineering
Systems engineers at Syncroness partner with our project management department to manage all aspects of our clients’ complex projects to ensure project success. The systems engineering team is fully integrated into the Syncroness Product Development Process (SPDP), which allows them to effectively act as the voice of the customer and ensure that we realize our clients’ product vision. They also bring the traditional systems engineering principles typically recognized in the aerospace industry to all markets, utilizing a flexible and scalable approach to right-size the level of systems engineering to fit the unique needs of each client. They use a variety of tools, including model-based systems engineering (MBSE), to effectively manage a wide range of levels of complexity. Our systems engineers have recognized expertise, presenting at both INCOSE Symposium and AUVSI XPONENTIAL conferences.
Systems engineers act as technical leads on a project, allowing the engineering team to focus on their own disciplines while providing our clients with a single technical liaison.
Systems engineering provides a structured approach to effectively manage the different aspects of complex, multidisciplinary projects.
Systems engineers identify technical risks at the beginning of the project and ensure those risks are mitigated early in the development process.
Systems engineers create models (physical and virtual) to create a common vision for the final product and a shared roadmap of how to achieve that vision.