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INCOSE SA Western Cape Event of 2 July 2015

Sally-Anne Käsner on "A Different Approach"

By Paul de Villiers

Sally-Anne Käsner treated the members of the Western Cape Branch of INCOSE SA to an enjoyable and extremely relevant presentation titled "A Different Approach". With more than 12 years' experience as an environmental consultant, Sally-Anne's presentation provided fresh ideas on how the systems designed by systems engineers can better interface to the ultimate super-system – the natural environment. Her presentation focused on two topics, namely the Circular Economy and Industrial Symbiosis.

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INCOSE SA Gauteng Event of 24 June 2015

Beeuwen Gerryts on “R&D led industry development” – increasing R&D and industrial activity

By Jonnro Erasmus Pr. Eng. ASEP

From a fairly technical engineering presentation during the previous Gauteng meeting, to something completely different. Beeuwen Gerryts shared with us some insight into the way the Department of Science and Technology drives industry development through knowledge creation and utilisation. It is always good for us engineers and systems thinkers to gain some perspective on how our government aims to increase well-being and prosperity through science, technology and innovation.

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INCOSE SA Youth Outreach

Greatest Young Systems Engineers of the Year (GYSEOY) challenge

By Jonnro Erasmus Pr. Eng. ASEP

They say it is pronounced g-eye-soy or jaai-sooi. If you are not familiar with the new INCOSE SA Youth Outreach programme, then stay tuned. The goal of this initiative is to establish a proficiency in – and a love for – Systems Engineering in our up and coming engineers, by means of a challenge to solve a defined business problem using advanced system engineering principles, including model-based techniques.

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INCOSE SA Western Cape Branch Event of 23 April 2015

Gericke Potgieter on “We Are What We Will”

By Daniël Malherbe

Gericke Potgieter of ARTIFEX Knowledge Engineering took the Stellenbosch INCOSE audience on a wonderful journey through systems theory and how it relates to human reality in a presentation titled “We are what we will – a systems perspective on decisions and relationships with practical implications for systems engineers”

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