ASQ Event: October 11, 2017 – “Reliability & Software Tools Workshop”

2017-10-06 22_22_48-Reliability and Software Tools Workshop - October 11th

Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM PT

 This event is our Section’s annual focus on Reliability. On October 11th we are pleased to sponsor a workshop on Reliability software and tools intended to improve the product development process leading to product design improvement and product improvement testing.
This event is in the form of a workshop with two sessions. The schedule is a session held both before and after a half-hour break.

5:00 – 6:30 PM – Session #1 – The focus is on describing ReliaSoft software and how each module of their software fits into a project of bringing a proposed product design to market. Examples of use of the various modules.

The instructor for both sessions is Umur Yenal representing HBM Prenscia | www.hbmprenscia.com | Tucson, AZ.

6:30 – 7:00 PM – Break for Meal & Section News | Pizza and soft drinks.

7:00 – 8:30 PM – Session #2 – The focus is on one or more case studies including a printed circuit board product as an example product. Reliability of a proposed design of a printed circuit board is calculated from components, materials and overall design; then the design is improved with substitution of more reliable components until the design goal is met using the software.

ASQ credit of 3 hours of training will be awarded to attendees.

The venue is The Hampton Inn & Suites, 315 SE Olympia Drive, Vancouver, WA  98683. Phone: (360) 891-3000.

Registration and payment is via Eventbrite.com

ASQ members and non-members are encouraged to attend!!

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