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TRACCS Rail Day
June 20, 2023 - June 21, 2023
Join Morrison Hershfield at the 2023 TRACCS Rail Day, Canada’s Indoor/Outdoor Transit and Rail Exhibition.
The Transit Rail Association for Canadian Contractors, Maintainers and Standards (TRACCS) is a Non-Profit Association of contractors, operators and maintainers in rail, OCS, signal construction, and communication system coming together to advocate for the growth and sustainability of the industry and promote the national standards for training and safety to build, operate and maintain Rail/Transit Systems across Canada.
Make sure to visit our booth #423 and catch our live panel discussion on Applying a Systems Engineering Approach Across Multi-disciplinary Projects. Our experts will be sharing valuable insights on establishing systems engineering frameworks and how to balance quality assurance with complexity and risk management. We’re excited to connect with fellow rail and transit professionals at this event. Don’t miss out!
Live Panel Discussion:
Applying a Systems Engineering Approach Across Multi-disciplinary Projects
June 20, 2023 | 3:00 pm
The need for systems engineering is becoming more pressing in the industry. Non-systems disciplines may be unfamiliar with, or apprehensive about, the approach required for successful implementation. Delayed adaptation can lead to issues arising later on in a project cycle, particularly when approaching completion.
For multidisciplinary teams looking to refine communication, gather requirements, and collaborate with key stakeholders or Independent Safety Assessors, our panel of industry professionals will discuss the benefits of implementing a systems engineering framework across multi-disciplinary projects as an effective approach to reduce project conflict and mitigate risks.
Our panelists will share insights into how to utilize a systems engineering approach across multi-disciplinary projects, how to adjust the degree of complexity, risk of any discipline or project area in order to balance quality assurance while avoiding over-complication, and how to properly establish a systems engineering framework with the help of a qualified systems engineering team, representing all disciplines.