Product and process complexity continues to grow in importance for many businesses today, influencing new business models. Manufacturers must redefine roles for PLM (product lifecycle management), and QMS (quality management system) must expand beyond the traditional paradigm. QMS best practices need to be applied across the entire product lifecycle.
It becomes fundamental to leverage engineering-related data into account when creating control and inspection plans for comprehensive quality planning.
Control and inspection planning contains the process steps and activities to handle critical elements during manufacturing processes. This is where potential risks, while not completely mitigated, can be controlled systematically to identify defective parts.
In this webinar, we will focus on the creation of a control plan taking the process, as well as the design-driven characteristics, into account. The automated identification of characteristics from the design enables continuous processes to improve quality assurance. The execution of inspections on the shop floor and the collection of this information can give insight into the possibilities of closed-loop quality allowing you to design for both quality and product excellence.
Join our webinar to learn how core quality processes can leverage and interact with product design and 3D data using a common change management process.
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Register now for this webinar to discover the importance of quality planning and how QMS best practices can be applied across the entire product lifecycle
Industry Manager for Discrete Manufacturing
Valentina is an industry manager for Siemens Digital Industries Software, with a focus on quality. She started her journey at Siemens three years ago in the business enablement team of manufacturing operations management. Before joining Siemens, she held different positions in quality management and R&D, both in Italy and Poland. She also covered project management positions, as a “Certified Project Management Associate – IPMA Level D®️”.
Solution Domain Quality Manager
Katrin has earned a Master of Science degree in mechanical engineering. After her study, Katrin began her professional career in 1991 with IBS in Germany. With the implementation of production, quality and traceability management solutions IBS was a brand leader in the German-speaking market for over 30 years. Katrin worked in various roles including sales, customer relations and product management. Following the full integration of IBS into Siemens in 2016, Katrin has been responsible for global business development for the Siemens sales and services organization in quality management software. Today, Katrin is the Solution Domain Manager for Digital Manufacturing Quality at Siemens Digital Industries Software.
Marko Weber is a Product Manager at BCT. He has a master’s degree in electrical engineering. In the past he has worked on several software projects related to NX, Solid Edge and Teamcenter. Today he is responsible for BCT’s product portfolio.