Support your systems engineering team with Notion’s connected workspace

We’ve got the tools your systems engineers need to document, plan, and implement component integrations — all in one place.

Boost your systems team's performance with integrated tools

Systems engineers must manage sprawling sets of documentation, sprint retrospectives, and configuration files. They also need to share these docs with other teams to keep everyone aligned and informed.

Notion’s platform helps systems teams store sensitive information and collaborate effectively across groups.

A screenshot of an engineering wiki built in Notion.

Notion supports systems engineering services by helping teams:

  • Create, manage, and share important docs

  • Connect docs to other high-level project management workspaces

  • Build a self-serve space where team members can access docs like config and systems architecture files

A screenshot of a roadmap.

How to support systems engineering teams with Notion

  1. Create a Notion account.

  2. Make a new page in your workspace. Select Table as the page type and then New database.

  3. Add documentation.

  4. Add custom properties like tags and statuses.

  5. Connect docs to engineering or product roadmaps.

  6. Invite teammates to collaborate.

Manage and share systems knowledge with the whole team

Take advantage of integrated Notion tools that support systems teams as you design and manage complex engineering systems.


What are systems engineering types?

Here are a few types of systems engineering:

  • Aerospace systems engineering

  • Defense systems engineering

  • Industrial systems engineering

  • Software systems engineering

What’s the importance of engineering systems?

Engineering systems enable the integration of different engineering components by assuring that they’re built to the same (or compatible) requirements and configurations.

What software tools do systems engineers use?

Systems engineers rely on tools that help them design, develop, and test systems. These can include:

  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software

  • Systems Modeling Language (SysML) tools

  • Requirements-management tools

  • Modeling software to simulate system behavior and performance

  • Project management software to manage engineering schedules and budgets