1989-02-01

The Role of Reliability Engineering in Automotive Electronics 890806

This paper presents an overview of the activities required of a reliability engineer in the automotive electronics industry. These activities include the performance of reliability prediction studies, accelerated life testing, the development of automated monitoring systems, and the analysis of accelerated life test and field failure data. Also presented are recommendations as to the technical skills required of a reliability engineer.

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