Using Reliability Goals to Set Requirements

Using Reliability Goals to Set Requirements

Customers of your product would like the particular one they have to work. To work over time.

If a product meets the customer’s expectation by working as long or longer than they expected it to do so, then they may consider your product reliable.

We use reliability goals to discuss the customer’s reliability expectations. It is the establishment of requirements that converts the customer expectations to development and production…

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Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant focused on improving product reliability and increasing equipment availability.

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Fred Schenkelberg

Fred Schenkelberg

Reliability Engineering and Management Consultant focused on improving product reliability and increasing equipment availability.

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