Data-Driven Design for Reliability: How do you measure up?
Educational webinar hosted by Omnify Software
Successful reliability engineering requires the ability to predict what portions of a product may fail as well as the performance, safety, and economic impacts of failure. It requires transparency to current and past issues to improve predictions, react to failures, and continuously improve. Successful DfR must be supported by effective product management strategies.
Our guest speaker, Dan Jacob, Research Analyst for LNS Research, will provide an overview of the impact current market forces have on DfR and the changes manufacturers can make to ensure successful reliability processes.
You will learn about:
- Current market drivers impacting DfR
- DfR’s impact on corporate success
- DfR trends and challenges
- DfR in Development: removing obstacles and driving success
- The impact of IIoT on reliability
How to implement a data-driven DfR program
Recommended actions and takeaways
Weminar: Data-Driven Design for Reliability: How do you measure up?
Thursday the 3rd of May 2018
For those of us involved in the EDA industry, we’re all familiar with user group meetings. It’s a time to get together with fellow users of specific vendors tools, network, and learn from one another.Why Do Temperature-Based FEA?
With the release of Sherlock v.5.4, the industry can assess the effects of temperature-dependent vibrational and shock events on the fatigue life of PCBAs. Most importantly, the analyses now incorporate temperature-dependent material mechanical properties existing throughout the assembly. One can quickly and easily model their designs and run a temperature-based simulation to discern more accurate fatigue predictions based on real-life, extreme environments