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FMEA, FMEDA, and FTA Using Multipoint FMEAs w/Collaborative Software Platform
FMEAs traditionally have only incorporated single point faults. In this ground breaking presentation of the Omnex Method, the functional safety FMEA will be shown to include both single and multi-point faults and incorporate safety mechanisms as preventive controls. As the FMEA is filled out, the FMEDA will be populated, providing consistency between the FMEDA and FMEA techniques. The FMEA of the hardware is at the hardware system level, while the FMEDA is at the component level and the failure modes of the FMEDA are component failure modes. If the FMEA is completed using the AIAG-VDA FMEA, where the higher level, focus level, and lower levels are related and there is a cause and effect relationship between the failure modes, then the FTA can also be developed from the FMEA. In this way, the FMEA, FMEDA and FTA are linked documents and the FMEDA and FTA provide the single point fault, multi-point fault, and the "Probabilistic Metric for random Hardware Failures" (PMHF) metrics in a consistent manner.
Join us for a presentation of a ground breaking methodology of conducting safety analysis and hardware metrics for functional safety using linked FMEA, FMEDA and FTAs

May 18, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chad Kymal
CTO @Omnex Inc.
Chad Kymal is CTO of Omnex, an international consulting, training, and software organization headquartered in the US. Chad spent a number of years working at General Motors and KPMG before founding Omnex in 1986. Over the course of Chad’s successful career, he has served on the Malcolm Baldrige Board of Examiners and has received numerous quality achievement awards, including the Quality Professional of the Year award by the American Society for Quality (ASQ) Automotive Division in 2005. Chad along with Greg Gruska (writer of the AIAG 4th edition) pioneered the current FMEA methodology along with linkages between the DFMEA and the PFMEA, including DVP&R, Process Flow, PFMEA, Control Plan, and Work Instructions. Chad along with Omnex team Greg Gruska, Mike Down, and Mary Rowzee are writers of the AIAG 4th Edition, AIAG VDA FMEA and SAE J 1739 FMEA and have again made a breakthrough in the FMEA methodology with the Multipoint FMEA and linkages between DFMEA, FMEDA and FTA.
Nikhil Unnikrishnan
Consultant @Omnex Inc
Nikhil is a Consultant with a broad range of experience, involved in the design & development of hardware, software and mechanical systems and components. He has worked with organizations to analyze process deficiencies and drive improvement by implementing best-in-class practices conforming to internationally recognized standards such as Automotive SPICE, ISO 26262 Functional Safety, ISO 9001 & IATF 16949 Quality Management Systems. Nikhil has been involved with performing detailed documentation reviews, Automotive SPICE, Functional Safety & QMS assessments, process documentation development and conducting roll-outs for numerous leading automotive organizations including multiple Software and Hardware systems. Mr. Unnikrishnan is a Certified Green Belt in Lean Six Sigma Methodologies (CLSSGB) and also Certified Quality Process Analyst (CQPA). He is an Exemplar Global certified Lead Auditor for IATF 16949:2016 and ISO 9001:2015.