Energy1 - Managing & Improving Reliability within Electronics Product Design
27 Jul - 28 Jul, 2017 Johor Bahru SGD 2644 Closed
03 Apr - 04 Apr, 2017 Penang, Malaysia SGD 2644 Closed
30 Mar - 31 Mar, 2017 Taipei, Taiwan SGD 2899 Closed
04 Aug - 05 Aug, 2016 Bangkok, Thailand SGD 2495 Closed
Following information: Venue at Johor Bahru | Training Date from 27 Jul 2017 till 28 Jul 2017
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SGD 2433 Purchase it before 19 May 2017
SGD 2644
Set up and manage World Class Electronic Reliability Improvement Programmes to drive Failure Rate Reduction.
  • Understand how to develop Unique and Effective Low Cost Accelerated Stress Test programmes.
  • Predict Reliability from Accelerated Testing.
  • Understand how to focus on Early Life Reliability Testing and Improvement to drive Customer Satisfaction improvement.
  • Realizing the need to develop unique Reliability Test programmes as opposed to following old ineffective Military Standards for Reliability Testing.
  • How to set up a World Class Reliability Test approach to suit all product types.
  • Changing company culture from Retrospective to Predictive.
  • Giving engineers and management the ability to control and predict Process Reliability.
  • Learn how to improve and manage Design Quality.
  • Understanding Basic Reliability
  • Understanding MTTF and effect on Product Level Fail Rates
  • Accelerated Stress Testing and effect of Activation Energy
  • Understand Accelerated Testing to set up Predictive Testing Models for all products at RD stage
  • Semiconductor Defect Types Review
  • Brainstorming session to define most effective Sequential Stress Test programme for packaged device reliability evaluation
  • Statistics involved in Reliability Estimation and Decision Making
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of different stress test types with the Hughes Test Strength Equation
  • Relationship of Manufacturing Yield with Early Life Failure Rate
  • Life Test Planning
  • Sub-Assy Reliability Stress Testing
  • Weibull Analysis of Failure data and how to apply to any product failure data
  • Applying DOE using Fractional Factorial techniques to maximise effect of Stress Test with reduced samples
  • Setting up strong Design Quality Test Programme and using Design Maturity Measurement to measure Design Capability
  • Predicting Field fail Rates using development test Information from a Design Quality Engineering Test programme
  • Setting up New Product Introduction scoring model to deliver strongest Design Quality into Mass Production to maximise Reliability
  • Reliability engineers.
  • Test engineers.
  • NPI engineer/ Manager (Product)
  • R&D engineers.
  • Research Team.
  • Electronic and electro mechanical designers / manufacturers
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Lab/Departments.
  • Design Team.
  • Manufacturing
  • Design reliability section.
  • Electronic Team.
  • Testing companies provides reliability testing.
  • Anyone who is doing reliability testing at design stage.
  • Contract manufacturers - There remains a need to understand reliability to add value to the service being provided to the client. This knowledge would be a big advantage for doing in-house. By in-house mean, they benefit from being able to analyse their test data themselves. Analysis of test data and being able to discuss results in more professional manner.
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