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ASQ Kitchener Section Meeting - Oct 25 2017 - Christie Digital Home-grown visualization solution for field reliability using interactive analytical tools

ASQ Canada Kitchener 0405

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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ASQ Member 2d 12h 3m Free  
Non Member 2d 12h 3m Free  
ASQ Section Leadership 2d 12h 3m Free  

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Presentation Topic: Home-grown visualization solution for field reliability using interactive analytical tools

Presenters:

- Mrs. Monika Wieder, Systems & Solutions Quality Analytics Manager, Christie

A senior ASQ member with over 20 years of active participation to Kitchener’s ASQ Section 405 meetings, Monika holds degrees in Precision Mechanics and Optical Engineering, as well as ASQ certifications as a Quality Engineer and Reliability Engineer.  She has a rich engineering experience spanning more than 35 years, in optical and precision mechanics, with the last 15 years focusing on the Quality and Reliability fields.  Her career at Christie started 18 years ago and includes positions in Optical Design, New Product Development Quality, Product and Process Quality Improvement and currently, managing Quality System Analytics group. Her most important contributions are in Lean Problem Solving, Field Reliability performance evaluation and Product Reliability stress testing.

- Mrs. Elena Gorcea, Quality Analytics and Visualization Specialist, Christie

Elena is an ASQ-certified Quality Engineer since 2005 and Reliability Engineer since 2007. In the 19+ years of working in the High-tech Manufacturing Industry, Elena has accumulated experience in process improvement, problem-solving methodologies, testing and auditing and an extensive range of analytical and visualization skills.  In her most current roles as analyst in various QA functions, Elena was instrumental in the innovative development and introduction of Excel-based, home-grown interactive visualization tools for manufacturing defect data, manufacturing test data and field reliability data.

Presentation Abstract/Overview:

We will present analytical methods for repairable systems reliability and discuss the challenges we faced when using Minitab and ReliaSoft for our field data analysis needs. We will tell the story of our journey to the introduction of new Field Reliability metrics and KPI’s, working with the existing field data acquisition process.  We will also present our home-grown solution for Field Reliability Analysis using interactive visualization tools and talk about how this changed the landscape for the Reliability Engineering role at Christie.

Time:

6:30pm - 7:00pm: Registration, Member networking and refreshment.

7:00pm - 8:30pm: Presentation

Looking forward to meeting you all at our event.

Danial Rooyani

Chair: Programs & Event Arrangements

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Christie Digital
809 Wellington St. N.
Kitchener, ON N2G 4Y7
Canada

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM


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ASQ Canada Kitchener 0405

ASQ Kitchener (Section 405)

ASQ Kitchener has about 300 members from the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and Stratford areas. Run entirely by volunteers, we focus on creating value for our members by holding monthly events at little or no cost to section members and other attendees. 

ASQ Global

The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is the worldwide leader in the development, promotion, and application of quality and quality technologies for the quality profession and the private sector, for government and academia.

The ASQ's goals are to:

  • Create a greater awareness of the need for quality
  • Promote research and the development of standards
  • Provide educational opportunities to ensure product and service excellence through improved quality.

ASQ has operated in Canada since 1948; today there are 15 sections. We are part of Canada's quality network including such organizations as the National Quality Institute that operates the annual Canadian Awards of Excellence and SPIN (Software Process Improvement Network).

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