From Lab to Fab: How to develop a zero defect strategy for succeeding in the most quality sensitive market Automotive
Semiconductors have become the most critical part of the safety solutions and other capabilities customers expect in automobiles. Semiconductor companies who participate in the automotive market have to adapt to highest quality and reliability standards. The goal is zero defect. That means quality assurance and process excellence in manufacturing are key.
Learn more about risk management in product development and a zero defect manufacturing strategy up to process excellence in testing, validation and verification. Testing and methodologies will have to be adjusted.Find out how to provide enough test coverage to ensure that chips will work as expected without slowing down the manufacturing process or driving up costs.
Hear from the automotive industry about the requirements for semiconductors in terms of reliability and safety.
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Director Manufacturing Quality
NXP Semiconductors Inc.
Senior Member Technical Staff/ Quality & Reliability Director
Director Fab1 Quality
Global Supplier Development Engineer
VP Market Strategy & Member GAAC, North America Chapter
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Product Safety Leader Electromobility GPE Wheel Loaders
Automotive Product Strategist
Sr. Director, Automotive Process Control Solutions
Senior Staff Reliability Architect
Safety Program Manager
Qamcom Research & Technology AB
Assocate Professor, ECE at Carnegie Mellon University
Faculty, Institute for Software Research (ISR), Robotics Institute
R&D Project Manager, Dependable AI/ML Systems
Professor of Computer Science
Imperial College London