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Webinar : Digitalization of New Product Development

Digitalization is the use of digital technologies to convert a process into digital information. The process performance turns into data that can be used to manage the process.The goal of digitalization is to reduce the number of steps in a process, reduce lead time, and to increase efficiency.

PublishDate:May 24, 2022

Solutions for Achieving World-Class APQP/NPD for Companies and Their Suppliers

As you are well aware, the global Automotive, Aerospace, Semiconductor and Medical Device supply chains are now more widely distributed and complex than ever. As a result, Program Management and Supplier Quality/SCM have become ever more critical functions to support demanding customer timelines whi

PublishDate:March 24, 2022

Ford made it official - Ford CSR Update Automotive Suppliers should use FMEA Software

The Ford Customer Specific Requirements release, effective Jan 3rd, 2022, has made it official for automotive suppliers to use FMEA software, if they haven’t already begun doing so. The CSR states: “Suppliers shall use FMEA software which ensures the alignment of the Foundation FMEA, Part FMEA, cont

PublishDate:February 17, 2022

Key Considerations During Software Assessments in Compliance with ASPICE

As you prepare for your next Automotive SPICE assessment, join us in this webinar to learn about the key pitfalls most organizations make during their assessments. We will explore the top non-conformities observed to the VDA scope of processes up to Level 3 capability, and discuss how these could

PublishDate:January 31, 2022

Implementing AS9145 – Challenges & Benefits

In this webinar we will discuss some of the difficulties, pitfalls, and struggles many companies have during the creation and execution of an APQP program. We will also cover additional benefits that an organization may encounter once the program is established. These benefits are in cost reductions

PublishDate:January 28, 2022

Impact of EV AV Standards on IATF 16949 Quality Management Systems

IATF 16949:2016 was revised from ISO/TS 16949:2002 and released in October 2016. IATF 16949:2016 includes ISO 9001:2015 in its entirety within the standard. The structure and content of ISO 9001:2015 changed dramatically and brought in many new concepts into a QMS including risk based thinking,

PublishDate:December 14, 2021

Harmonized Implementation of ISO Standards for Functional Safety, SOTIF & Cybersecurity

The ISO/SAE 21434, ISO 21448 (SOTIF), and ISO 26262 (functional safety) follow similar approaches in their structure, organization, and requirements. Thus, a joint implementation of these standards will result in significant savings, efficiencies and an optimized design. In fact, Cybersecurity affe

PublishDate:November 21, 2021

Latest updates in IATF 16949:2016 - Sanctioned Interpretation: Experts view in 3 Steps

A Sanctioned Interpretation changes the interpretation of a rule or a requirement which itself then becomes the basis for a nonconformity. The changes of requirements belong to certain clauses of the standard. These are always determined, approved and published by the IATF. Total number of sanctione

PublishDate:November 20, 2021

 ISO/SAE 21434: The Newly Released International Standard for Automotive Cybersecurity

The ISO/SAE 21434 - Road Vehicles - Cybersecurity Engineering standard was just released. This document specifies engineering requirements for cybersecurity risk management regarding concept, product development, production, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of electrical and electronic (E/

PublishDate:November 18, 2021

 Defining the Reverse FMEA to Benefit Your Product Launch

RFMEAs are performed after production launch for Risk Management and Detection. RFMEAs are used to identify critical areas in the process and the preventive controls to detect failures to assist in the flow-up to assure the control plan detection methods are effective. RFMEAs are best performed by a

PublishDate:November 16, 2021