Why do it? Why You Need Reliability Prediction?
There are a number of reasons why reliability is an important product attribute, including:
Why You Need Reliability Prediction
today's very competitive electronic
market, a commitment to product quality and reliability is a necessity:
customers have high expectations for the reliability of the products
buy, and the companies that don't meet those expectations lose. You
know the advantages to your company of building reliable products: when
the products you sell operate reliably, your reputation grows, your
shrink, and your business prospers.
most successful companies meet these
demands for quality by using design for reliability principles:
reliability considerations into the entire product design process,
from the start. This way reliability is designed into the product, not
patched on later, when problems arise. The companies that practice
for reliability find that it results in fewer design changes and
lower manufacturing costs, lower warranty and service costs, more
and, most importantly, happy customers.
An important element of the
process is reliability prediction, which allows you to predict product
Note that at 5,000 hours MTBF, over half of the units can be expected to fail in the one year period. When you consider that every failure costs you repair dollars, and also represents a potentially unhappy customer, you can see how your business literally depends on your product's reliability.
Assist your company in pursuing international competitiveness. Not just domestic customers, but increasingly foreign ones are requesting reliability predictions in their purchasing process.Top
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