Systems engineering integrates all the disciplines and specialty groups of an organization into a team effort forming a structured development process that proceeds from concept development to production to operation. The process considers both the business and the technical needs of all customers with the goal of providing a balanced quality product that meets the end-user needs. Paragon personnel have vast systems engineering expertise with defensive systems for the Army, space transportation systems for NASA, sensor and turn-key solution systems for Department of Home Land Security, Department of Justice, State and Local governments as well as law enforcement agencies.
Our overall systems engineering approach begins with an assessment of our customer’s needs and requirements from which we develop a breakdown of all the necessary components to assess the individual on component requirements and plan the symbol of the total program goals and needs in a prioritization schedule. We next look at the overall mission level and system-level requirements and break that down into system-level subsystem and all went down to the component level and flow these requirements backup through each level to the overall mission level to assure that the overall system is met without causing undue constraints any of the other system and component levels. To accomplish per systems engineering approach, we leverage many different tools that have been developed and proven over the years to support our customers in meeting their overall requirements and program level objectives.