AIAG & VDA FMEA-MSR | Understanding & Implementing
This course will assist you in the execution of Supplemental FMEAs for Monitoring and System Response (FMEA-MSR) using the new AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook. By attending this course you will gain the ability to describe the benefits of a robust technical risk analysis using the FMEA-MSR development approach described in the AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook. You will also develop the know-how to execute a FMEA-MSR applying the 7-Step approach, evaluate the consistency in FMEA-MSR application, relate FMEA-MSR to Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA), and to functional safety requirements according to ISO 26262. Finally, you will be able to develop an Implementation Plan for your organization to adopt the AIAG & VDA FMEA.
For training delivered on-site at your organization, a one (1) day add-on Application Coaching Workshop service is available (i.e. facilitated development of a partial FMEA-MSR based on the Implementation Plan).
Training In Context
FMEA for Monitoring and System Response (MSR) may be used to examine systems which have integrated fault monitoring and response mechanisms during operation. Typically, these are more complex systems composed of sensors, actuators and logical processing units. The diagnosis and monitoring in such systems may be achieved through the use of hardware and/or software. Systems that may be considered in a Supplemental FMEA for Monitoring and System Response consist in general of at least a sensor, a control unit, and an actuator or a subset of them and are called mechatronic systems.
As cars are employing a growing number of mechatronic systems to provide safety and comfort to occupants there is a general recognition of the urgent need for conducting effective FMEA-MSR. This challenge makes the new AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook a critical update for the industry. The concept of robustness exists throughout all sections of the new FMEA-MSR development approach, which is presented in the new AIAG & VDA Handbook. The Handbook contains a structured method for identifying mechatronic systems functions and their potential failure modes with special emphasis on the linkages with functional safety requirements as described in ISO 26262.
- Describe the benefits of a robust technical risk analysis using the FMEA-MSR development approach described in the AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook
- Apply the 7-Step approach in the execution of an actual FMEA-MSR
- Evaluate the consistency of FMEA_MSR application cases
- Integrate the FMEA-MSR with Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment (HARA) and with functional safety requirements according to ISO 26262
- Develop an Implementation Plan for the AIAG & VDA FMEA-MSR
Who Should Attend
This course is recommended for Core Design FMEA / FMEA-MSR Teams including design engineers, system engineers, component egineers, test engineers, quality/reliability engineers, project managers, FMEA moderators/facilitators, auditors, and other product design roles with a limited working knowledge and background with AIAG Design FMEA and FMEA-MSR.
- Overview of FMEA Foundations based on the new AIAG & VDA FMEA Handbook.
- Introduction to mechatronic systems
- Introduction of FMEA-MSR: importance and applicability
- Developing a FMEA-MSR for a mechatronic system
- FMEA-MSR 1st Step: Planning and Preparation
- FMEA-MSR 2nd Step: Structure Analysis
- FMEA-MSR 3rd Step: Function Analysis
- FMEA-MSR 4th Step: Failure Analysis
- FMEA-MSR 5th Step: Risk Analysis
- FMEA-MSR 6th Step: Optimization
- FMEA-MSR 7th Step: Communication
- Design FMEA and FMEA-MSR linkages
- Introduction to functional safety according to ISO 26262
- FMEA-MSR and Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment linkages
- FMEA-MSR and ISO 26262 linkages
- Evaluating of a FMEA-MSR application case
- Implementation Plan for the AIAG & VDA FMEA-MSR
Public open-enrollment sessions for this course will be held at the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) in Southfield, MI. For training delivered on-site at your organization, a one (1) day add-on Application Coaching Workshop service is available (i.e. facilitated development of a partial FMEA-MSR based on the Implementation Plan).