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The Impact of Sensor Technology on Railway Safety Systems

Posted by Novel Engineering on April 13, 2017

Railways have served as the land-based veins of global commerce and transportation since the early 1800s. As with every great leap forward in technology, new challenges and risks arose as well. Every railway engineer’s worst nightmare is a collision or derailment. Oftentimes these tragedies can be linked back to human error.  Railway engineers began to ask themselves: what can be done to help reduce this problem?

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Novel CEO, Misty Marot, Receives weVENTURE Women Who Rock Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Posted by Novel Engineering on March 13, 2017

On March 14, 2017, Misty Marot, CEO and President of Novel Engineering, will receive the weVENTURE Entrepreneur of the Year Award at their annual Women Who Rock luncheon. As announced by weVENTURE, “this award recognizes a female who creates the products, services, and jobs that fuel our economy and helps our community grow.” After launching Novel Engineering in 2013, Misty strategically grew the company, creating more than 30 professional, high-paying jobs. Novel recently acquired Riverside Technical Services, which expands Novel’s ability to serve the community by providing high-skilled positions in the fields of engineering and technical support.

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Safety Critical Processes for Aerospace: Considerations for Best Practices Part 2

Posted by Chris Marot on March 9, 2017

Following on my first article, I’d like to give some additional, no-nonsense advice on best practices for Safety Critical Processes.  I think sometimes we get so entrenched in the details of our current projects, we forget to take a breath, look down at our projects from above, and really ask, “Are we focusing on the right things for success?”

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How Does MBSE Save Time & Money?

Posted by Novel Engineering on March 2, 2017

Every project manager or system engineer’s goal when beginning a new job is to complete the project under budget, and ahead of schedule. Going in, you feel confident; you know you’ve got great people on your team, realistic expectations from your client, and a budget that appears to meet your needs.

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Safety Critical Processes for Aerospace: Considerations for Best Practices Part 1

Posted by Chris Marot on February 27, 2017

We receive a lot of questions about Safety Critical Engineering around Aerospace, especially concerning applications and products that are developed under the guidelines and requirements of DO-178 and DO-254.  At Novel, we would like to share information that may help you in your endeavors under these guidelines, likely saving you money and time.

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