James N. Martin is an internationally known writer and lecturer on systems engineering. He wrote one of the most widely read books on systems engineering, "Systems Engineering Guidebook," published by CRC Press. His experience includes twenty years in systems development of telecommunications products and services (most of this with Bell Labs) as program manager, systems engineering manager, system architect, requirements manager, and lead systems engineer. His experience with technology includes mobile wireless, underwater fiber optic, satellite broadband wireless, reconnaissance systems, and airborne network hubs.

At the Aerospace Corporation, Mr. Martin is an enterprise architect for information-intensive organizations and systems of systems. He led the development of ANSI/EIA 632, the US national standard that defines the processes for engineering a system. Mr. Martin graduated with an MS from Stanford and a BS from Texas A&M. He is a Fellow member of INCOSE.

James N. Martin

The Aerospace Corporation