Professional articles „Wissen ist der Rohstoff der Zukunft!“ (Winfried Dietz)
  • Wissen mittels FMEA effizient Managen

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  • Ganzheitliche Sicherheits- und Risikobetrachtung – Einsatzmöglichkeiten einer ERP-integrierten FMEA in SAP

    von Dr. Gerhard Kicherer, KTT UG Beschreibung der Vorteile und flexiblen Einsatzmöglichkeiten einer ERP-integrierten FMEA für die integrierte, ganzheitliche Sicherheits- und Risikobetrachtung von Produkten, Prozessen sowie der Zuverlässigkeit von Anlagen, Betriebsmittel und Werkzeugen in SAP. Ganzheitliche Sicherheits- und Risikobetrachtung mit einer ERP-integrierten FMEA in SAP; Flexible Einsatzmöglichkeiten einer SAP ERP-integrierten FMEA im Sinne einer SAP-closed-loop RCM-Solution, SAP-closed-loop TPM Solution und einer risikobasiert durchgängigen Prüfplanung. Einführung und Umsetzung einer HACCP Konzeption in SAP.

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  • FMEA as a modular system in the international context

    FMEA present content with a high generic proportion. Generic in the sense that their content can in part be adopted for different products in one product family. In no cases are risks ever generic! Risks should always be viewed specifically in the context of the individual project, the specific application, and the detailed technical solution in question. And yet, rather than always redeveloping the generic part, it makes sense to keep coming back to it. In this text I outline a possible approach and a data strategy that enable generic content to be used without sacrificing the ability to specifically assess risks.

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  • FMEA-MSR task priority – Considerations for deriving the TP table

    from Wolfgang Hinrichs Sensible or nonsensical? Well or poorly thought out? Why do the TP ratings for B=9 and B=10 differ in the FMEA for monitoring and system response?

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  • P-Diagram and FMEA – Contradiction or symbiosis?

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  • Clever cost reduction with set-up time optimisation

    by Lothar Bildhäuser Faster, bigger, more flexible, better - in times of globalisation, digitalisation and increasing cost and competitive pressure, anyone who wants to survive in the market must be active and clever at the same time. But what does this mean in concrete terms for manufacturing companies? What challenges do they have to face? And what opportunities are there to help you stand out from the competition?

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