We demonstrated the generic DfR framework and where the methods and tools fit in that standard work process. We also reviewed options and implementation methods to improve your reliability program.
Design for Reliability (DfR) is a discipline that refers to the process of designing reliability into products as part of the development process. If you are considering implementing a new DfR initiative or improving an existing program, join us to learn about what procedural steps and methods you should consider for your DfR process.
During this free 3-hour digital seminar, we looked at the DfR business cases and best practices needed for the correct execution of the DfR process. We demonstrated what does the generic DfR framework look like, and where do the methods and tools fit in that standard work process. We also reviewed options and implementation methods to improve your reliability program.
The DfR process and how it aligns to the product development process
Methods and tools commonly used in DfR
Best practices in reliability to support DfR
Thought starters for beginning your reliability journey
Benchmarking ideas for improving an existing reliability program
Who would be interested in this presentation
Design, test and development professionals who want to gain a better understanding of what reliability engineering is, what methods and tools are used by reliability engineers, and where it fits in their product development process.
Engineering leaders who want to understand how to initiate or improve reliability in their organization. This session can be a great benchmarking baseline for assessing their current reliability programs.