DescriptionWhen engineers start working on a new project, the first order of business is to become familiar with past work and information relevant to the project. This might include benchmarking existing technologies, conducting preliminary analysis and calculations, researching patent and literature databases, etc. Prior to meeting with customers and stakeholders, engineers collect and organize information on past work to help understand project objectives. This initial research is used to help set the stage for requirements definition and frame appropriate questions for discussion with project sponsors, stakeholders and colleagues.While all new projects require creativity, chances are very good that technologies and/or system concepts already exist that can be modified and adapted to meet project requirements. It does not make much sense to reinvent the wheel. With this in mind you should meet with your team and project mentor(s) to identify and list the key areas where understanding of existing technologies is critical to the success of your project.
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