The DFMEA process is often considered part of quality control and APQP process in parallel to System Engineering (SE), aka V-Model. However, they both directly contribute to te quality of the product function.
SE’s objective is to ensure “product functionality” does not deviate from the customer requirements via a hierarchical definition of Requirements, Specifications, Verification and validation (V&V). The V-Model decomposes product functions to System, Sub-System and Component design functions, followed by hierarchical testing and V&V.
DFMEA objective is also to ensure the reliability/robustness of the same “product functionality” via first accessing the highest possible risk of failures during full lifecycle operation of the product and second defining a set of Preventive and Detective Actions (PA & DA) to mitigate the highest risks.
This webinar teach you how to integrate SE and DFMEA and achieve both objectives at the same time during product development process.
Participants will gain:
- Ability of using one product functional hierarchy for “System Engineering” as well as for DFMEA
- Ability to integrate the 7 steps of DFMEA into product development process and gate-model
- Ability to see the DFMEA maturity of different systems and subsystems
- Ability of reducing DFMEA complexity via hierarchical functional interface
- System Engineers
- Senior design engineers and experts
- PM and Quality managers
Basic knowledge of System Engineering is required