Reliability Life Cycle Maturity Model (RLCMM) Different Levels of Reliability Design Processes

Reliability Life Cycle Maturity Model (RLCMM) Different Levels of Reliability Design Processes

Reliability is the major driver of Customer Perceived Value. Reliability must be managed within a structured process which encompasses all the key activities needed. It should be managed from concept development through production with a systemic approach throughout the Extended Enterprise. The Reliability Life Cycle Maturity Model (RLCMM) allows proper assessment of a Company’s capabilities and defines a specific reliability process suitable to the level of maturity for the Company and its Industry.

 

There is a RLCMM for complex systems and one for non-complex systems. This presentation describes the different RLCMM levels starting from companies beginning to implement a reliability practice to a best-in-class reliability practice for complex systems. A low RLCMM level implies a company depends more on system and field testing to achieve their reliability targets. Companies with a high RLCMM level limit the execution of physical field testing by leveraging Upfront Pro-Active Virtual Reliability Engineering activities. A high RLCMM allows the achievement of reliability targets while reducing product development costs and time to market.

 

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What

Reliability Life Cycle Maturity Model (RLCMM) Different Levels of Reliability Design Processes


Presenter

James Bartos

 

When

Thursday the 26th of May 2016

5:00 PM - 6.30 PM CEST

8:00 PM - 9.30 PM CEST

 

Where

Online