RAMS Health & Safety Hub

Your health and safety are our top priority for the event. RAMS 2022 management committee has been working closely with IEEE and the event venue to ensure reasonable safety protocols are implemented and will be followed. RAMS will be following all local guidelines and adhering to hotel-specific standards in order to host the event safely and effectively.

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General Chair Corner

As a General Chair of RAMS 2022, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 68th Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium. RAMS® is sponsored by eight professional societies who have a passion for reliability, availability, maintainability, and/or safety (RAMS). RAMS® is completely managed and organized by volunteers from the sponsoring societies. These volunteers on the Management Committee will be working hard all year to produce a symposium that will provide a unique experience across the entire RAMS body of knowledge. Attendees have the opportunity to learn through tutorials, technical papers, expert panel discussions, keynote and banquet speakers, and interaction and networking with other professionals.

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Sponsor Testimonials

IISE is the leading provider of cutting-edge industrial and systems engineering continuing education and a decades-long supporter of the Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium. It is a leading source of productivity improvement information via publications and live events. Member benefits include a magazine, professional development programs, an online career center, social networks, industry- and discipline-specific societies and divisions, such as the Quality Control & Reliability Division, chapters, and affinity programs. Find out more at http://www.iise.org/Home/.

The Society of Reliability Engineers is a technical society dedicated to promoting professional development and technical advancement in reliability engineering. Chapters are active throughout the United States and internationally. Find out more at http://www.sre.org/.

The Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST) specializes in accelerated test methods; laboratory facilities and instrumentation necessary for field measurements, product reliability growth, demonstration and durability testing. IEST supports the technology development related to environmental test controls and methodologies; environmental stress screening; Highly Accelerated Limit (Life) Testing (HALT/HASS); and is the owner of MIL-STD-810. It is one of the founding societies for RAMS with emphasis on all aspects of environmental testing for product evaluation. Find out more at http://www.iest.org/.

The American Society for Quality is a leading technical society for quality and reliability, provides a broad range of resources, training, and certification in for quality and reliability engineers. The Reliability Division of ASQ is a long time sponsor of RAMS. Find out more at http://asqrd.org/.

The Reliability Society is a technical Society within the IEEE, and supports professionals engaged in assuring reliability in the engineering disciplines of hardware, software, and human factors throughout the total life cycle. IEEE-RS co-sponsors RAMS because of its interest in contributing to the planning and the selection of the system architecture, HW & SW design implementation, materials, processes, and components; followed by verifying the selections made by thorough analysis and test and sustainment. Find out more at http://rs.ieee.org/.

The Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium (RAMS®) is one of the most comprehensive gatherings of R&M professionals held today. Attendance at the symposium is a unique opportunity for the System Safety Engineer to learn new and innovative ideas proposed by complimentary disciplines and how these ideas can be leveraged to enhance their own system safety efforts. The program is focused on the latest technical practices and procedures presented through technical papers and tutorials. Attendance at RAMS provides ISSS members the opportunity to learn new techniques, as well as new perspectives and networking/communication opportunities resulting in overall improvements to the design, production and operation of safer products. Find out more at http://www.system-safety.org/.

The Society of Automotive Engineers is a co-sponsor of RAMS, and is the ultimate knowledge source for mobility engineering. It supports its members through personal and professional growth opportunities, networking, and the opportunity to engage in industrial and educational leadership. Find out more at http://www.sae.org/