Fred Schenkelberg, Blogger
Tim Rodgers interviews Fred Schenkelberg concerning his blog, No MTBF and his mission to eradicate the common misuse of MTBF.
Fred Schenkelberg is a reliability engineering and management consultant at FMS Reliability. He’s a lecturer at the University of Maryland, and he’s been an active contributor to both the IEEE and the ASQ Reliability Divisions.
Fred re-established Hewlett Packard’s corporate reliability program in the late 1990s, and also worked as a reliability consultant at Microsoft and a manufacturing engineer at Raychem.
In this episode, Fred Schenkelberg discusses:
- Why MTBF is a poor reliability metric
- Common objections to eliminating MTBF
- Alternatives to MTBF
Recorded October 2014.
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