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Digital Engineering Forum 2020

Digital engineering is necessary, but not enough. A persistent mission model is essential to recognizing the full value of the digital engineering enterprise.

Join AGI and our partners for a virtual forum that will explore real-world experiences implementing digital engineering and extending it to the mission level — from design and testing to operations and analysis.

Tuesday, December 1st - 1:00p.m. EST

Keynote Speaker

Carol Erikson, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Vice President of Engineering for Space Systems

Carol leads the systems engineering and digital transformation initiatives across the Northrop Grumman Space Systems sector. These initiatives enable team members to apply Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Integrated Digital Environment (IDE) and other transformational approaches. Carol will reflect on her experience with applying DME and DMO throughout the program life cycle — from architecture and concept studies through program execution, product delivery, and sustainment.

Why Attend

  • Learn how to implement digital mission engineering and digital mission operations from peers and experts with real-world experience.
  • Network with aerospace and defense industry experts.
  • Discover software products from AGI and our partners that offer essential digital engineering capabilities.
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