The 69th Annual Reliability & Maintainability Symposium (RAMS® 2023) will be held at The Florida Hotel and Conference Center, Orlando, Florida during the week of January 23–26, 2023. The theme for RAMS® 2023 is “The Digital Transformation of R&M”. With the advent and emergence of significant data enabled by Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, reliability and maintainability can now be incorporated in the digital engineering design while also improved through the collection and timely analysis of equipment-specific field data and health monitoring systems.
Digital transformation in our enterprises is not an end state but a competitive necessity. AI/ML application to our R&M tools, techniques and processes (and products) promises speed and scale. This is essential in a competitive acquisition and engineering environment to be relevant. When program management instantiates advanced techniques into R&M engineering activities, such as digital design and machine learning and other advanced analytics, it enables products to evolve at a much more proactive, effective, and cost-efficient approach. Ultimately it facilitates increased speed to market, adoption of new technology, and especially for repairable systems, products that are more reliable, maintainable, and supportable.
With this in mind, we invite you to share your theoretical or practical findings of your research, engineering case studies, success stories, lessons learned, R&M based analyses and simulations, or R&M discoveries at RAMS® 2023 in Orlando. Tell us how you are designing, optimizing, and supporting systems (both hardware and software) through the execution of RAMS® disciplines. RAMS® is the premier forum for sharing your experience, knowledge, and road maps to success. Make your contribution to the advancement of the RAMS disciplines and enjoy participating in the rich exchange of ideas and solutions. We want you to contribute your unique experience to our synergistic symposium sponsored by eight professional societies. Start planning to submit your paper or tutorial now.
At RAMS 2023 in Orlando, FL, a new benefit is being offered to attendees at no additional cost to registration. An additional track has been added that will be dedicated to delivering ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) Preparatory Training in sessions aligned with the same times for sessions of the regular RAMS sessions for paper presentations and tutorials.
The sessions will be broken out into the five CRE Body of Knowledge (BoK) topic areas. As the times are aligned with RAMS regular sessions, each session will be in 2-hour blocks. Each BoK topic session will occur twice during the symposium so you will have multiple opportunities to work around your schedule. Additionally, there will be two open CRE sessions that will allow for Q&A on any area of interest in CRE BoK.
Details can be found here.