|Connecting FMEAs | The Consistency of D-FMEA, P-FMEA and Control Plan|
Dr. Thiemo Zambanini | PLATO
The creation of a consistent Design or Process FMEA is already an artwork. But what if these two should be connected to each other or even a suitable Control Plan should be created? Using an example, we will show you how PLATO e1ns promotes exactly this consistency of Design FMEA, Process FMEA and Control Plan and helps to avoid inconsistencies.
Dauer: ca. 27 min
|Functional Safety and FMEA-MSR|
Dr. Karin Ammon | PLATO
In this online session we will show you how to implement the relevant steps of functional safety according to ISO 26262 and FMEA-MSR from the new FMEA manual from AIAG and VDA in PLATO e1ns. Using a consistent example, we identify a safety function via a hazard analysis, define monitoring functions and system reactions according to FMEA-MSR and evaluate the hardware architecture using FMEDA.
Dauer: ca. 34 min
|Systematic Derivation of Special Characteristics | From D-FMEA and P-FMEA with Consideration of the VDA - "Process Description Covering Special Characteristics (SC)"|
Andreas Wilhelm | PLATO
Many of the current guidelines refer to the necessity to define and control special characteristics in the context of product and process development. None defines how this determination of special characteristics should be done. In this online session we will show you how you can implement a concept for the consistent consideration and filtering of Special Characteristics based on the VDA Guideline in PLATO e1ns.
Dauer: ca. 26 min
|New SAE J1739 FMEA Standard | Panel Webinar with Quality Experts|
Rhonda Brender | Nexteer, Mary Beth Soloy | Nexus Q&P Consulting, Bill Haughey | Reliatrain
Steve Dunn and James McDermott | PLATO North America
We offer an exclusive and expert-driven on-demand webinar, providing a detailed overview of the new SAE J1739 FMEA standard, along with a comparative analysis of how it differs from the recently released AIAG/VDA guidelines. Hosted by PLATO North America, the webinar features panelists from Nexteer, ReliaTrain and QPS Consulting (with all three participating as members of the SAE J1739 committee).
Dauer: ca. 51 min
|How Lessons Learned Can Support the 7 Step Approach of Creating FMEAs|
Claudia Lange | PLATO
This presentation will guide you through the philosophy and concept of sharing (FMEA) knowledge. PLATO e1ns.templates is a tool for controlling the cycle of knowledge transfer and lessons learned. You will be navigated through the major functionalities of PLATO e1ns.templates in this presentation as well.
Dauer: ca. 26 min
Is Excel Dead? 5 Reasons Why Engineers Need a Dedicated Quality Risk Management Solution
James McDermott and Mark Chambers | PLATO North America
Have you ever stopped to think about how much of your quality program depends on patched together, over complicated, and disconnected spreadsheets? Are you avoiding thinking about how or when to make a change? Mark Chambers and James McDermott from our PLATO North America team will be tackling this subject head on, providing a straightforward review of how to “get your quality house in order”. The webinar will provide a basic framework for shifting off Excel, selecting and implementing a purpose-built Quality Risk solution and tips for helping your workforce embrace changes to their daily routine.
Dauer: ca. 48 min