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ASTER and the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) have signed an agreement that allows ASTER to leverage the INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) certification program. Thanks to the collaboration with INCOSE, the international organization founded to share, promote and advance the practice of Systems Engineering, ASTER strengthens its commitment  towards the continuous promotion of the skills of its professional team and it undertakes the yearly inclusion of a significant number of its systems engineers in the INCOSE program, allowing them to achieve an highly qualified professional certification. 

“This certification agreement with ASTER, the first in Italy, demonstrates the importance of certifications across Europe, and INCOSE’s relevance globally,” INCOSE President John Thomas said.  "We anticipate through our agreement that we can mutually help to demonstrate what it means to be a credentialed Systems Engineering professional." 

“We are proud to sign this certification agreement with INCOSE. This achievement is fully in line with ASTER’s continuous commitment towards excellence of our team of System Engineering professionals. I hope that this agreement could also represent a small contribution to the promotion of Systems Engineering as a key discipline for the success of technological projects in our sectors.” said Lucio Tirone, Engineering Manager of ASTER. 

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Present at the signing of the INCOSE and ASTER agreement, seated from left to right:
Lucio Tirone, ASTER Enineering Manager and John Thomas, INCOSE president.
Standing from left to right: David Wright, INCOSE president-elect; Mark Wilson,
INCOSE Certification Advisory Group chair; and Dave Walden,
INCOSE certification program manager.
(Photo by Andrew Pickard)