Top 5 Most Frequently Asked Questions on HALT & HASS by Aldo Fucinari & Chet Haibel – FREE  1 hr + Q&A 10/31/2013

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Aldo Fucinari and Chet Haibel team up to answer the top 5 most commonly asked questions about HALT and HASS in this free one hour webinar.  This is a chance to not only hear their responses to these questions, but also to ask any additional questions that you may have in an interactive session.

The following questions will be covered on HALT & HASS:

  1. I don’t like going beyond the product’s specs or the components’ specs.  Isn’t that wrong?
  1. Once my product design is Ruggedized using HALT, why do I ever need to run HASS?
  1. My current test regimen calls for shock testing my product, isn’t HALT only a vibration test? How are swept sine G’s related to G rms?
  1. How can I use HALT To Predict The Life of My Product?
  1. I don’t feel comfortable running HASS–doesn’t HASS remove life from my product?

Over the years working with many client companies, these seem to be the top 5 recurring questions that people ask about HALT & HASS.  In this webinar, we will concentrate on these 5 questions as topics to present. For each topic we will reveal the answers in plain and simple terms along with diagrams, pictures and some references to real world examples.  The presenters have many years of collective experience and interaction with companies that have deployed HALT & HASS and are still being asked the same questions, seemingly due to misunderstandings of the techniques.

You are welcome to attend as an introduction to our webinars and to learn about deeper related topics that we have to offer from our instructors at Hobbs Engineering.

INSTRUCTORS:
Aldo Fucinari, BSEE – Instructor/Consultant:  HALT & HASS + Workshop – Aldo Fucinari has 35 years’ experience in design validation testing, electrical engineering and environmental testing and holds a BSEE degree in Computer Engineering. He has worked in various fields of engineering including computer peripheral storage engineering, automotive engineering and systems engineering. Aldo is currently a senior consultant for Hobbs Engineering, and is partnered with Haibel Consulting, Cincinnati Sub Zero and Adaptive Technologies to provide end to end HALT, HASS and specialized environmental testing solutions.

Chet Haibel, Master of Engineering – Instructor/Consultant: Demonstrating Reliability, HALT & HASS + Workshop, Medical Device Risk Management – Chet Haibel is an experienced leader in New Product Development, Reliability, Risk Management, and Quality.  He has 29 years of reliability experience, including disk drives and a wide variety of medical devices.  Chet holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees from Cornell University and is a certified Six Sigma Green Belt.  Chet is a senior member of the American Society for Quality and is certified by ASQ as a Quality Auditor, Biomedical Auditor, Quality Engineer, Software Quality Engineer, Reliability Engineer, and Manager of Quality / Organizational Excellence.

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