Online | Tuesday 31 January 2023
16:00 GMT (London) | 17:00 CET (Berlin)
The January 2023 Systems Modelling Simulation Community Meeting is being held as part of the annual INCOSE International Workshop (IW23).
We invite the community to come together online, alongside participants at IW23 in Torrance, California, USA, for an update on the Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group's current organisation and plans. This will include a recap of the groups Technical Community events from 2022, and a look ahead to what's coming up in 2023. In addition an update will be provided on the status of activities in several focus teams developing Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group products.
The meeting is open to all members of the Systems Modelling Simulation Community. You can view the joining instructions on the Systems Modelling Simulation Community discussion forum, if you are already a member.
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The Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group, which is collaboration between NAFEMS and INCOSE, communicates to the wider engineering community via the Systems Modeling and Simulation Community.
The SMS Community consists of individuals who are either NAFEMS or INCOSE members who have an interest in the topic of Systems Modeling and Simulation but who are not necessarily experts in this area.
The Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group organises meetings with the SMS Community to keep them informed of developments in the field of SMS and to keep members of the Systems Modeling & Simulation Community abreast of Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group activities.