Samares-Engineering is a recognized expert in the field of systems engineering and more specifically in Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Samares-Engineering provides consultancy for design offices of large companies in different domains: Airbus, Zodiac Aerospace, Schneider Electric, Continental Automotive, Rockwell Collins... Samares Engineering also does research and provides training courses. It has strong relationships with high schools and research institutes in Toulouse: ISAE Supaero, Enseeiht, CNAM, IRT St-Exupery.
Amongst systems engineering activities, capture of stakeholder requirements and classification of those requirements into categories (functional, safety, installation…) are time-consuming activities. Requirements come into documents of various formats (excel, PDF, Word, image…) and it is necessary to parse those documents to extract the requirements and register them in a requirements database for future analysis. According to the requirement statement, systems engineers must choose the category that fits the best to classify the requirement. This classification is useful to prepare collaborative work on requirements: classification is used to distribute work (requirement validation and requirement analysis) to the right specialists (design, safety, certification, maintenance…). Samares-Engineering and Safran Seats are currently investigating an approach relying on Artificial Intelligence to simply and accelerate those two activities (capture and classification). They have defined an internship hosted by Samares Engineering to investigate this approach.
We are looking for interns with first engineering background and especially in Software Engineering to be able to develop a prototype, and curious about learning new methods and tools.