Corporation announced today that its president, David
Long, has been elected to the post of president-elect for the
2013-2014 term by the International
Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Along with other newly
appointed officers and directors, Long will be installed during the
Workshop Opening Plenary on Saturday, January 26, 2013 at the Omni
Hotel in Jacksonville, Florida.
David Long, president of Vitech Corporation (Photo: Business Wire)
As president-elect, Long will serve as a member of the INCOSE executive
committee and a voting member of the INCOSE board of directors.
Essentially acting as the chief operating officer for INCOSE, he will
chair the planning and budgeting committee, which develops and maintains
the INCOSE long-range plan and annual operating plan. He will also
support the INCOSE president in the day-to-day operations of the
organization, until January 2014 when he is installed for his two-year
term as the INCOSE president.
Long stated, "I'm looking forward to my commitment to INCOSE and its
members, leveraging my leaership experience at both the chapter and
international levels. I want to ensure we make the next critical step in
our journey, to better empower our volunteers, connect better both
technically and culturally across geographic and application boundaries,
deliver more value to our members, and better position our profession to
address today's challenges and tomorrow's. INCOSE currently counts
almost 9,000 members in 67 chapters worldwide. There's much to be proud
of, but we can't afford to be satisfied when today's systems challenges
demand more knowledge, more skill and more leadership."
About David Long
David Long founded Vitech Corporation in 1992 where he developed and
a leading systems engineering software environment used around the
world. For over twenty years, he has focused on enabling, applying, and
advancing model-based systems engineering (MBSE) to help transform the
state of the systems engineering practice. He has played a key technical
and management role in refining and extending MBSE to expand the
analysis and communication toolkit available to systems practitioners.
Long is also co-author of the book 'A
Primer for Model-Based Systems Engineering,' which spreads the
fundamental concepts of this key approach to modern challenges. He holds
a bachelor's degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics, as well as a
master's degree in Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech.
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a
not-for-profit membership organization founded to develop and
disseminate the interdisciplinary principles and practices that enable
the realization of successful systems. Its mission is to share, promote
and advance the best of systems engineering from across the globe for
the benefit of humanity and the planet.
About Vitech Corporation
In business since 1992, Vitech provides systems engineering solutions
including software, services, training, and support for global customers
with diverse applications. Headquartered in Blacksburg, Virginia, the
company has satellite offices across the U.S., and global business
partners in Australia, Korea, and South Africa.
Vitech Corporation is best-known for their software solutions
integrating requirements management, system architecture, and model
simulation to bring clarity to complex designs, including their CORE®
Vitech maintains industry affiliations with the International
Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), the National
Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), and the Systems
Engineering Society of Australia (SESA).
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