David Kaslow has thirty-four years of experience at Lockheed Martin Corp. in both the technical and management aspects of developing ground mission capabilities. He has five years of experience at Analytical Graphics Inc., creating their Standard Object Catalog and pursuing Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
David has experience in all aspects of systems engineering from initial feasibility studies through design, development, and delivery. His experience has ranged from individual contributor to chief engineer, and from small projects to very large process-driven programs.
David is the chair of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Space Systems Working Group (SSWG) and has been an active member of the Space Systems MBSE Challenge Team since its founding in 2007.
He is author and co-author of four chapters in Cost-Effective Space Mission Operations. David is also author and co-author of papers and presentations for the INCOSE Symposium and Workshop, the IEEE Aerospace Conference, the Space Foundation Space Symposium, the Small Satellite Conference and Workshop, the AIAA Space Forum, the NDIA Systems Engineering Conference, and the Conference on Systems Engineering Research.
I work with universities, companies, and government organizations to help them apply MBSE to their projects
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