Webinar: Introduction to Design for Reliability

Introduction to Design for Reliability

By DfR Solutions

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The foundation of a reliable product is a robust design which provides margin, mitigates risk from defects, and satisfies the customer. Ensuring reliability of electronic designs is increasingly difficult due to the increasing complexity of electronic circuits and increasing power requirements along with the introduction of new component and material technologies and the introduction of less robust components. This results in multiple potential drivers for failure. Most mistakes in DfR occur due to an insufficient exchange of information between electrical design and mechanical design, weak understanding of supplier limitations, and not incorporating customer expectations (reliability, lifetime, use environment) into the new product development (NPD) process.


Design for Reliability is a process for ensuring the reliability of a product or system during the design stage before physical prototypes are made.


What You Will Learn

In this webinar you will learn how to design a product to perform the specified function at the customer (with their use environment) over the desired lifetime including:

  • Crucial elements of DfR program
  • Setting specifications at the concept and/or block diagram stage
  • Selecting suppliers and parts
  • Considering wearout mechanisms and physics of failure for the relevant environment


Who Should Attend

■ Engineering Managers

■ Design Engineers

■ Mechanical Engineers

■ Reliability/Quality Engineers



What: Introduction to Design for Reliability

When: Thursday 14th of November 2013

Where: Online

Time: 17:00 PM - 18.30 PM CEST; Register now


Time: 20.00 PM - 21.30 PM CEST; Register now