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“MBSE isn’t an overnight activity, it’s an evolution”

Jon Holt, Incose fellow, professor of systems engineering at Cranfield University and trainer at High Tech Institute, shares his 30-year experience in model-based systems engineering. “It’s not about technology, it’s about business change in a technical environment.”

MIT’s wallpaper loudspeaker can cover any surface

A departure from conventional wisdom in loudspeaker design allowed MIT researchers to build paper-thin ones that can be mounted on walls, car interiors and IoT devices.

A Dutch hub for processing data in new space

Dutch optical sensors have always played a prominent part in conventional space technology. A new control and data processing unit for optical instruments on smaller satellites strengthens this position in new space even more.

Trend 2: Good quality requirements

High Tech Institute trainer Cees Michielsen highlights a handful of trends in the field of system requirements engineering.

Dutch integrated-photonics industry looking to lead

The Dutch government has given the go-ahead for Photondelta’s ambitious plan aimed at securing a major role for the Netherlands in the integrated-photonics industry. What’s the strategy?

In other news

TU Delft launches center for fair and safe AI (press release)
UT opens research center for UAVs (press release)
Samsung in talks to hike chipmaking prices by up to 20% (Bloomberg)
Volvo Trucks opens battery plant in Belgium (Evertiq)
Visit the Virtual Intel Museum (Intel)

Pay schools for filled vacancies, not for diplomas

It’s time for more drastic measures to fight the labor shortages in industry, argues Anton Duisterwinkel.

Boost your digitalization: Agile for real

Digitalization requires everyone in the company to adopt Agile principles. The incarnation of Agile may look different, but the overall goal is to enable the continuous delivery of new value to customers through all means possible.