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Dare to Know: Interviews with Quality and Reliability Thought Leaders | Hosted by Tim Rodgers

Interviews with leading figures in the quality and reliability fields. Learn about those shaping our world. Tim interviews authors, business leaders, scholars, vendors, and consultants to understand their motivations, key insights, and explore their contributions to the quality and reliability engineering professions.

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DTK Kirk Gray Consultant

Kirk Gray, Consultant Tim Rodgers interviews Kirk Gray concerning his observations and advice concerning accelerated testing best practices. Kirk Gray is the principal consultant with Accelerated Reliability Solutions and an instructor on HALT and HASS methods. He has almost 30 years of experience in reliability testing, engineering, and management positions. He was a senior reliability test engineer at Dell's desktop PC organization where he developed highly accelerated stress audit procedures for power supplies. Kirk also co-authored an IEEE paper that describes the opportunities to improve reliability and reduce cost by performing accelerated testing at temperatures higher than what is in the design specifications. He's a senior member of IEEE and contributes regularly to conferences all over North America. In this episode, Kirk Gray discusses: Problems with traditional reliability training Accelerated and stress testing to evaluate new designs and prevent reliability failures The lack of correlation between test results and field performance Recorded September 2014. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Links: Accelerated Reliability Solutions 2011 Workshop on Accelerated Stress Testing and Reliability presentation “The Electronics Industry Needs a new Fram of Reference for Qualifying the Reliability of Products Moving from Time Metrics to Stress-Limit Metrics” Please login with your site registration to view the video recording. Username or Email Address Password Remember Me If you haven’t registered, it’s free and takes only a moment. The post DTK Kirk Gray Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

17mins

1 Dec 2015

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DTK Adam Bahret Consultant

Adam Bahret, Consultant Tim Rodgers interviews Adam Bahret concerning Adam’s observations and advice concerning testing best practices. Adam Bahret is the owner and lead reliability engineer at Apex Ridge Reliability, a full-service consulting firm in Salem, Massachusetts. Adam has worked as a reliability engineer and manager for over 20 years in a variety of industries, and he has built reliability engineering organizations from scratch. He has a BS and MS in mechanical engineering. In this episode, Adam Bahret discusses: Cultural differences and attitudes about reliability The risks of using contractors for testing and reliability engineering Setting realistic expectations for testing How to get the best value for the testing budget Recorded January 2015. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Links: Apex Ridge Reliability Please login with your site registration to view the video recording. Username or Email Address Password Remember Me If you haven’t registered, it’s free and takes only a moment. The post DTK Adam Bahret Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

25mins

1 Oct 2015

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DTK Andrew Russell Scholar

Andrew Russell Scholar Tim interviews Andrew Russell, a bit of the history of science and technology, and the upcoming Maintainers III conference. Andrew Russell is Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica and Albany New York. He is a historian of technology who has published a number of books and articles on the history of the Internet, the history of standards development in the US and Europe, and the tensions and synergies between innovation and maintenance. He earned his Ph.D. from the Program in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology at The Johns Hopkins University. In this episode, Tim and Andy discuss: The history of science and technology The balance between innovation and maintenance Details about the Maintainers III conference Recorded September 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes The Maintainers III conference will be held in Washington DC on October 6 – 9. For more information about the conference, go to http://themaintainers.org/miii The post DTK Andrew Russell Scholar appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

28 Sep 2019

Rank #3

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DTK Rob Kalwarowsky Engineer

DTK Rob Kalwarowsky Engineer Tim Rodgers interviews Rob about maintenance management system. Rob Kalwarowsky is a senior reliability engineer currently looking for new opportunities while hosting the podcast Rob's Reliability Project. From 2014-19 Rob worked at Fluid Life and focused on machine learning, lubrication and reliability audits, and reliability product development. Before that, Rob worked as a reliability engineer at Teck Resources and his work focused on condition-based monitoring analytics, failure prediction, risk analysis, and spare parts optimization. He also has consulting experience in financial modeling with an emphasis on optimization and cost-benefit analysis. Rob graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and a minor in management. In this episode, Rob and Tim discuss: Artificial intelligence and machine learning in reliability engineering The risks with the AI and ML tools A few notes on how the IIoT will change reliability engineering and, more Recorded March 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes The post DTK Rob Kalwarowsky Engineer appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Apr 2019

Rank #4

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DTK Alex Walter Business Leader

Alex Walter, Business Leader, A3J Group Tim Rodgers interviews Alex about conditioned based maintenance. Alex is the Chief Innovation Officer at the A3J Group in Tampa, Florida, which is a company he founded to address the need for innovative software solutions within the Enterprise Asset Management industry. Alex brings over 18 years of experience in business consulting in various industries, including life sciences, oil and gas, water and waste management, education, and government facilities. Alex's previous roles include senior vice president and vice president of software development and products at EDI. He has a BS in applied mathematics and economics at Brown University, and he spends his free time running half marathons and waiting for better days for the New York Jets. In this episode, Alex and Tim discuss: What is Condition Based Maintenance or Monitoring The barriers to implementing CBM A few ideas on steps to get started with effective CBM and, more Recorded November 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Links: Learn more about the Fluke line of connected reliability products A3J Group The post DTK Alex Walter Business Leader appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Dec 2018

Rank #5

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DTK Simon Whiteley Consultant

Simon Whiteley, Consultant Tim interviews Simon Whiteley, a consultant, about his background and ongoing work in the field of system safety engineering. Simon is an independent system safety engineering consultant and managing director at Whiteley Aerospace Safety Engineering & Management, Limited. He's worked as a system safety engineer across the entire product and project lifecycle and with a variety of industries, including civil and defense aerospace, air traffic control, weapons systems, armored automotive, maritime and nuclear defense, healthcare, government IT, pharmaceuticals, and most recently rail transportation. Simon offers consulting, training, coaching and support regarding system safety engineering and safety-critical project management. He received his Bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering with honors from the University of Lincoln, and a Master's degree in safety-critical systems engineering from the University of York. In this episode, Tim and Simon discuss: The connection between system theory and safety engineering Dealing with low probability and high impact events An introduction and applicaiton examples of STAMP Recorded May 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Whiteley Aerospace Safety Engineering & Management, Limited website is whiteleysafety.mykajabi.com The post DTK Simon Whiteley Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Jun 2018

Rank #6

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DTK Ryan Chan Business Leader

DTK Ryan Chan Business Leader Tim Rodgers interviews Ryan about maintenance management system. Ryan Chan is the CEO and founder at UpKeep Maintenance Management. He's a chemical engineer from UC Berkeley and was named one of Forbes Under 30 for Manufacturing in 2018. Ryan says that he started UpKeep out of passion and frustration by the lack of mobility in today's maintenance management software. UpKeep has been deployed to over 1000 businesses and is a leader in mobile-first maintenance management software. In this episode, Ryan and Tim discuss: What is maintenance management Adoption and use of a maintenance management system A few ideas on how to properly recognize the maintenance team and, more Recorded February 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Learn more about UpKeep Maintenance Management software. The post DTK Ryan Chan Business Leader appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Apr 2019

Rank #7

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DTK Tim Moriarty Author

Tom Moriarty Author Tim interviews Tom, they discuss the topic of productive leadership with respect to organizational reliability. Tom Moriarty is president of Alidade Maintenance Engineering and Reliability, Inc. (Alidade MER). Founded in 2004, its mission is to help others lead full and satisfying lives through physical asset management and productive leadership principles. Tom became a member of the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals in 2002 and is currently the Government Relations Committee Chairman, a Florida Chapter Board Member, the Florida Central East District Director and a CMRP since 2003.  He has various credentials in RCM, Root Cause Analysis and predictive maintenance technologies. In 2018 he became an Approved Provider of Productive Leadership System training. Since 2008, Tom has been the author of a monthly column on leadership in Plant Services Magazine. In November 2019 his book The Productive Leadership System; Maximizing Organizational Reliability was published and it's available through Amazon and Industrial Press. In this episode, Tim and Andy discuss: The difference between organization and product reliability The importance of productive leadership A few tips on being a productive leader Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher The post DTK Tom Moriarty Author appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Feb 2020

Rank #8

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DTK Jim McLinn Consultant

Jim McLinn, Consultant Tim interviews Jim McLinn, a consultant, about his background and the upcoming Reliability, Maintenance & Managing Risk Conference. Jim McLinn is a reliability consultant at Rel-Tech in Phoenix. Jim has MS in Solid State Physics from the University of Minnesota and has worked in the semiconductor and biomedical industries. He has broad experience working to help companies become more competitive. During his career his responsibilities included reliability predictions, leading FMEA teams, running ALT and HALT tests and working with international subsidiaries. Jim has served on the ASQ Reliability Division board and the IEEE Reliability Society ADCOM. He has published three monographs with ASQ; Weibull Analysis, Mechanical Reliability and Accelerated Life Test. Jim has taught a variety of classes and spoken at many reliability conferences around the world. He's the program chair for ASQ's Reliability, Maintenance & Managing Risk Conference later this year, where he'll be hosting a course on accelerated testing. In this episode, Tim and Jim discuss: As upcoming chair, Jim discusses the program details Changes, themes, and issues that are attracting more interest Who will be attending Recorded June 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes The RMMR conference will be held in San Antonio on October 15 and 16. For more information about the conference, go to www.asqrd.org/RMMR The post DTK Jim McLinn Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Aug 2019

Rank #9

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Eric Arnum Author

Eric Arnum Author Tim Rodgers interviews Eric concerning his online newsletter,  Warranty Week, concerning his ongoing reporting on the  warranty industry. Eric is the editor of an online newsletter called Warranty Week.  It's aimed at people in the business the manufacturers making the products that get the warranties, the retailers and dealers that sell the products and also the extended warranties that go with them, and the administrators and insurance companies that work with those manufacturers and retailers to manage the paperwork.  It's currently published as a weekly email on Thursday nights to over 7000 subscribers, and it's also available on the web at www.warrantyweek.com. Before launching Warranty Week in late 2002, Eric did market research and wrote columns about the data communications and email industries, and the initial commercial rollout of the Internet.  He lives and works at home in Queens, New York, close to the airports, Citi Field, and the spaceships featured in the movie Men in Black. In this episode, Eric and Tim discuss: Discoveries in the reported warranty data Examples of changes in the business of warranty A little about Guarenteed Asset Protection Recorded May 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Subscribe to the free online newsletter at www.warrantyweek.com. The post DTK Eric Arnum Author appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Jun 2019

Rank #10

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DTK Bob Latino Consultant

Bob Latino Consultant Tim interviews Bob Latino, they discuss the difference between safety and reliability, zero metrics, and RCA. Robert Latino is the CEO of Reliability Center, which is a 46 year old reliability consulting firm specializing in improving equipment, process, and human reliability. Bob is an internationally recognized author, trainer, software developer and practitioner of best practices in the field of reliability engineering with a specialty in root cause analysis.  In this episode, Tim and Andy discuss: Why we shouldn’t assume a direct correlation between safety and reliability The controversy over “zero metrics” Do learning teams make RCA obsolete Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes To learn more about the training programs at the Reliability Center, go to www.reliability.com. The post DTK Bob Latino Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Feb 2020

Rank #11

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DTK Mike Konrad

DTK Mike Konrad Business Leader Tim Rodgers interviews Mike about circuit board cleaning systems. Mike Konrad is an industry expert on the removal of contamination from circuit assemblies. He's been part of the electronic assembly cleaning industry for the past 33 years. Mike designed several automated cleaning and cleanliness testing machines, he's published scores of technical articles on the subject of cleaning and cleanliness assessment, and he's been a member of editorial boards for several industry publications. Mike served on the US Navy's EMPF manufacturer's committee and is a featured speaker at industry events and technical workshops worldwide. Mike was honored with Distinguished Speaker status from the Surface Mount Technology Association in 2017. Mike has also served as a court-appointed expert witness in civil litigation matters concerning post-reflow cleanliness assessment and contamination related failure mechanisms. He's the founder of Aqueous Technologies, a manufacturer of automated cleaning and cleanliness testing systems designed for the electronic assembly industry and has served as the CEO/CTO since 1992. Mike is also the host of the Reliability Matters podcast available on iTunes, Spotify, Spreaker.com and reliability.fm. In this episode, Mike and Tim discuss: A little history of circuit card cleaning Failures that may occur due to improper board cleaning A discussion on the balance of cost and cleanliness and, more Recorded May 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Learn more about Aqueous Technologies. Check out Mike’s podcast, Reliability Matters The post DTK Mike Konrad Business Leader appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Jul 2019

Rank #12

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Lucy Freedman Author

Lucy Freedman Author Tim Rodgers interviews Lucy concerning her book, Smart Work: The Syntax Guide to Influence concerning improving our ability to communicate well. Lucy Freedman is a leadership educator and author of the book Smart Work: The Syntax Guide to Influence. She identified the fact that many technical professionals and leaders are brilliant in their field but challenged when it comes to translating their expertise so that executives make better-informed decisions. She developed the Syntax for Change as a way to make sense out of human communication, and applies it wherever communication gaps threaten productivity and reliability, which is everywhere. With a BA and Master’s from Harvard, Lucy began her professional life teaching English to 15 year olds, and then went on to teach leadership to adults in companies such as HP, Intel, Agilent, Oracle, EDS, and Tokyo Electron. In this episode, Lucy and Tim discuss: A few common communication problems The importance of human communication to reliability A few ideas to improve your influence in the workplace Recorded May 2019. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher< Here’s the book mentioned that explains and helps you master the concepts Lucy discussed. Smart Work (2nd Edition): The SYNTAX Guide to Influence*Accendo Reliability participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. This affiliate advertising program provides a way for sites to earn a commission on links to Amazon. In short, this means when you buy something on Amazon after following a link from this site, we get a small percentage of its price. This helps support Accendo Reliability by offsetting a portion of the cost to maintain the site. And, your support is much appreciated.The post DTK Lucy Freedman Author appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Jun 2019

Rank #13

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Harry McLean Author

Harry McLean Author Tim Rodgers interviews Harry concerning his book, HALT, HASS, and HASA Explained: Accelerated Reliability Techniques, Revised Edition concerning the application of HALT in product development. Harry is a consultant at Harry's Reliability Engineering in Vancouver Washington. Harry spent most of his career with Hewlett-Packard where he held various positions in production, research and development, and quality and reliability engineering. His career includes working as a Project Research and Development Manager at Qualmark, Quality Systems and Reliability Engineering Manager at AT&T Wireless, Reliability Engineering Manager at Xantrex Technology, and Reliability Lab Manager at Advanced Energy. His most recent position was Director of Reliability at Enecsys. His expertise includes extensive knowledge of medical electronics and personal printers. While at HP he designed and implemented the HASA process, and he's written several papers about HALT and HASS. Harry's book HALT, HASS, and HASA Explained: Accelerated Reliability Techniques, Revised Edition was originally published by ASQ in 2000, and the Revised Edition was published in 2009. He received his Electrical Engineering degree from Northeastern University in Boston. In this episode, Harry and Tim discuss: When and where to use and not use HALT Accelerated testing and production monitoring Estimating product reliability Recorded May 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher *Accendo Reliability participates in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. This affiliate advertising program provides a way for sites to earn a commission on links to Amazon. In short, this means when you buy something on Amazon after following a link from this site, we get a small percentage of its price. This helps support Accendo Reliability by offsetting a portion of the cost to maintain the site. And, your support is much appreciated. The post DTK Harry McLean Author appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

3 Jun 2018

Rank #14

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DTK Steven Wachs Consultant

Steven Wachs, Consultant Tim interviews Steven Wachs, a consultant, about his background and ongoing work as a statistician and consultant. Steven has 30 years of wide-ranging industry experience in both technical and management positions. He's worked as a statistician at Ford Motor Company where has extensive experience in the development of statistical models, reliability analysis, designed experimentation, and statistical process control. Steve is currently a Principal Statistician at Integral Concepts, Inc. where he assists manufacturers in the application of statistical methods to reduce variation and improve quality and productivity. He also possesses expertise in the application of reliability methods to achieve robust and reliable products as well as estimate and reduce warranty. In addition to providing consulting services, Steve leads training workshops in a variety of statistical methods. Steve has an M.A. in applied statistics from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh. He received his Six Sigma Black Belt while working at Ford Motor Company. In this episode, Tim and Steven discuss: The many reasons companies fail to prevent problems How testing and process control relate A few of the common misundersatndings or incorrect applications of SPC Recorded March 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Integral Concepts, Inc website is integral-concepts.com The post DTK Steven Wachs Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Apr 2018

Rank #15

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DTK Anne Meixner Consultant

Anne Meixner, Consultant Tim interviews Anne Meixner a consultant about her background and ongoing work concerning with testing analog and mixed signal devices. Anne is the principal owner of The Engineers' Daughter LLC where she provides consulting on semiconductor test manufacturing and design for test. She has over 30 years of experience as an engineer and technical leader, including more than 20 years as a test technologist at Intel in Hillsboro Oregon, focusing on mixed signal and analog test methods. While at Intel she applied new test technologies to ease manufacturing test costs while maintaining or improving test coverage. Anne received her Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 1993 where she studied fault modeling for analog circuits. In this episode, Tim and Anne discuss: Anne’s background and why analog and mixed signal devices are still important Testing, including fault coverage and how to ensuring adequate coverage Anne’s work supporting career development support Recorded March 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Anne’s website is annemeixner.com Anne’s oral history project is at www.engineersdaughter.org Anne’s series of articles on Testing is at Testing 1 2 3 The post DTK Anne Meixner Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Mar 2018

Rank #16

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DTK Doug Plucknette Consultant

Doug Plucknette, Consultant Tim interviews Doug Plucknette a consultant about his background and ongoing work concerning quality, reliability and RCM Blitz®. Doug is a consultant, trainer, and practitioner at Allied Reliability Group in Rochester, NY. Doug started in the pipefitter apprentice program at Eastman Kodak in 1981 and worked his way up to become a maintenance supervisor and reliability engineer. He left Kodak in 1999 and founded Reliability Solutions, Inc., consulting on Reliability Centered Maintenance. He joined Allied Reliability Group in 2007. Doug is the author of Reliability Centered Maintenance Using RCM Blitz and Clean, Green and Reliable, both available at ReliabilityWeb.com In this episode, Tim and Doug discuss: Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) RCM Blitz® and what makes it unique How Doug’s background and early career influences his work today Recorded February 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes Allied Reliability Group site RCM Blitz® article series Doug’s LinkedIn profile page Reliability Centered Maintenance Using RCM Blitz the book Clean, Green and Reliable the book The post DTK Doug Plucknette Consultant appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Mar 2018

Rank #17

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DTK Dr Mohammad Modarres Scholar

Dr Mohammad Modarres, Scholar Tim interviews Dr. Mohammad Modarres about the Center for Risk and Reliability at the U of Maryland and the value of an advanced degree in reliability. Dr. Modarres is the Nicole Y. Kim Eminent Professor at the University of Maryland's AJ Clark School of Engineering, and the Director for the Center of Risk and Reliability. Under his leadership, the university's reliability engineering graduate program has grown to become an internationally-recognized center for research and education, and has graduated over 400 Masters and Ph.D's in risk and reliability. Dr. Modarres received his MS in mechanical engineering and his Ph.D. in nuclear engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a University of Maryland Distinguished Scholar-Teacher and a fellow of the American Nuclear Society. His research interests include probabilistic risk assessment, physics of failure, reliability analysis of complex systems, and, most recently, prognosis and health management. He has served as a consultant to several government agencies, private organizations, and national laboratories. The 3rd edition of his book Reliability Engineering and Risk Analysis: A Practical Guide was published by Taylor & Francis in 2017. In this episode, Tim and Mohammad discuss: The Center for Risk and Reliability at the University of Maryland The value of an advanced degree in reliability engineering A few of the interesting projects that made an impact on the field of reliability engineering Recorded January 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes The Center for Risk and Reliability at the University of Maryland website The post DTK Dr Mohammad Modarres Scholar appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

15 Feb 2018

Rank #18

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DTK Dr Kishor Trivedi

Dr. Kishor Trivedi, Scholar Tim interviews Dr. Kishor Trivedi about his teaching and writing in the area of reliability and available engineering. Dr. Trivedi is the Hudson Chair in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He's been on the Duke faculty since 1975. Dr. Trivedi has served as a principal investigator on various projects, including projects funded by DARPA, IBM, Motorola, Boeing, NASA, NIH, NSF, NATO, and JPL, and he regularly works as a consultant to industry and research laboratories. Dr. Trivedi is the co-designer of NASA's HARP, IBM's SAVE, SHARPE, SPNP, Boeing's IRAP and SREPT modeling packages. His book Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications was originally published by Prentice-Hall in 1982 and a revised second edition was published by John Wiley in 2002. In this episode, Tim and Kishor discuss: The book Reliability and Availability Engineering with co-author Andrea Bobbio The SHARPE tool A few tips on creating useful reliability models Recorded January 2018. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes And a video of a lecture Kishor did, titled Reliability and Availability Modeling in Practice. The post DTK Dr Kishor Trivedi Scholar appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Feb 2018

Rank #19

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DTK Chris Jackson Scholar

Chris Jackson, Scholar and Consultant Tim interviews Chris concerning the academic work concerning decision making being built into autonomous vehicles. Chris is the Chief Operating Officer for SARAS, the Center for the Safety and Reliability of Autonomous Systems in Los Angeles, California, and he's also the acting director of the Center of Reliability and Resilience Engineering at the B. John Garrick Institute of Risk Sciences at UCLA. Chris is the director at Acuitas Reliability in Canberra, Australia, which provides technical consulting in reliability, availability, and maintainability. Chris has a Ph.D. in reliability engineering from the University of Maryland in College Park. In this episode, Fred and Larry discuss: The academic framework for safely using autonomous systems A few unique autonomous systems to consider The importance of the decision making framework Recorded August 2017. Download Audio RSS iTunes Stitcher Show Notes SARAS, the Center for the Safety and Reliability of Autonomous Systems Center of Reliability and Resilience Engineering Acuitas Reliability The post DTK Chris Jackson Scholar appeared first on Accendo Reliability.

1 Sep 2017

Rank #20