R&D Academy program
Trainings for the teams of Research and Development, Product Development, Production and Quality
R&D experience shows us that the technical staff which takes responsibilities on the New and Innovative Product Introduction process goes in to impasses especially on technical and planning activities now and then. They often overcome these difficult situations with short-cut solutions. These decisions which drift projects to failure or increase costs could on the other hand have been taken with confidence when some specific trainings had been given to the staff beforehand.
Technical trainings for the staff which takes responsibilities in the phases of the New Product Introduction process from idea generation to production and product launch.
Technology Roadmap is a useful tool for the companies to follow scientific developments and exploit those in their operations in order to present innovative products to the target markets.
New and Innovative Product Emergence Process
NIPEP (New and Innovative Product Emergence Process) which is based on the Stage and Gate approach is a useful and flexible tool to guide teams carry out complex innovative product introduction projects as well as simple product development projects.
Tolerance Analysis and design
Statistical tolerancing is based on the idea that it is very unlikely that the coincidental positive and negative deviations of the actual measurements of the individual parts from their respective nominal values are lined up in a most unfavorable case
Statistical Process Control (SPC)
Statistical Process Control is a preventive control method which helps us following the production processes continuously and taking precautions before the failure occurs. Otherwise there would be non-conforming productions which would need to be re-worked.
Design of Experiments (DOE)
There may be a variety of factors affecting the performance of a system. It is quite possible that you control some of these factors while can not interfere some. Under these
circumstances, all you need is a good planned methodology.
Reliability and Survivability – Weibull Analysis
You’ll find answers to the following questions by analysing the observations from a life test with the help of Weibull analysis.
- How long will the product work until its breakdown? What is its life?
- What is the duration of that the 50%, 75%, 95% of the products remain intact?
- How many products would be broken within its warranty period?
FMEA (DFMEA and PFMEA)
FMEA which is performed before the design of a product or process help us to determine the potential critical failures, importance of failures and prevent breakdowns with the measures taken during the design. With every design change FMEA is repeated.