- What can different industries learn from each other to manage product complexity?
- How Systems Engineering acts as a ‘common language’ between the different departments of a company.
- What are the best practices when implementing Systems Engineering in an organization?
John Deere, Rheinmetall, and TU Berlin share their experiences with Systems Engineering to manage product complexity
Products are getting more complex as they become more digital. To navigate this increasing complexity, engineering teams must switch from analog to digital documentation to collaborate between different departments. How can Systems Engineers enhance this collaboration, and what role will it play in the future for the understanding of complex products?
Watch the recording of our Systems Engineering panel from our Cube conference in Berlin. Dr. Christian von Holst (John Deere), Prof. Dr. Lydia Kaiser (TU Berlin), Dr. Marc Honikel (Rheinmetall) and Kai Xiang Wang (SPREAD) discuss how systems engineers should approach the exploding product complexity of today’s mechatronic systems. German audio with English subtitles.
Kai Xiang Wang is Head of Customer Value at SPREAD with previous experiences in consulting at Kearney and in Automotive at Continental and Valeo Siemens eAutomotive. At SPREAD, he is responsible for successful project rollouts, ensuring customer satisfaction, nurturing relationships, and identifying additional value with the customer.