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Eric C. Honour, President

Mr. Eric Honour is an internationally recognized practitioner, researcher, consultant and trainer in complex systems development, process improvement, systems engineering, and software techniques and tools.

Experience

Over 46 years experience in the development and operation of complex systems. Successful leadership of Honourcode consulting, course delivery, and research work.

Prior experience as systems engineer, engineering manager, program manager with

Harris Corporation, Information Systems Division
E-Systems Melpar Division (now Raytheon Systems)
Link Division of Singer Corporation

Wide breadth of technical experience, covering

Advanced image analysis and processing
Heating and air conditioning control systems
Test and training range improvement
Space tracking systems
Law enforcement systems
Command and control systems
Systems of systems (SoS) methodology

Distributed interactive simulations
Golf management software
RF signal conditioning and processing
Electronic intelligence systems
Automotive control systems
Government and commercial systems
Verification, validation and testing

Typical systems designed, controlled, or contributed:

Battle Group Passive Horizon Extension System (BGPHES)
National Crime Information Center (NCIC) 2000
DDC-1200 Digital Zone Controller
Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation (ACMI) systems

Prior to entering industry, Mr. Honour served nine years in the US Navy as an anti-submarine warfare pilot and as an instructor at the U.S. Naval Academy where he taught undergraduate engineering courses in Digital and Analog Electronics, Thermodynamics, and Fluid Flow.

Professional Recognition

Recognized for expertise in the development of complex systems

Former President of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)
Selected in 2004 as an INCOSE Founder
Selected in 2010 as an INCOSE Fellow
Director of the INCOSE Systems Engineering Center of Excellence (SECOE)
Selected for “Who‘s Who in Science and Engineering” 2000 edition
Selected to present commercial engineering methods to a Defense Science Board subcommittee
Founding chair of the Technical Board of INCOSE
Founding president of the INCOSE Space Coast chapter
Editor and principle author of a 250-page Systems Engineering Guidebook
Authored numerous technical papers and has been the leader of several INCOSE working groups and committees

Education

B.S. in Systems Engineering, U.S. Naval Academy
MSEE (Control Systems), Naval Postgraduate School
Completed course work and exams toward a doctoral degree in Control Systems, University of Maryland
PhD, University of South Australia, based on SE-ROI research

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