Increasingly complex customer and regulatory compliance requirements, tighter time-to-market schedules from customers who want greater product customization, and the constant pressure on costs and pricing make aerospace manufacturing one of the most challenging businesses in the world to compete in.
In 2017, much of the ISO standards user community, as well as the supporting third party certification industry, was left with the same question. What standards/specifications aren’t changing right now?
The Center will officially launch Dec. 7-8 at a conference entitled “ISO 10018: Enterprise Engagement in Action,” held at the University of Texas Medical Branch administrative building in Galveston, TX. For more information, visit TheICEE.org. There is a 50% discount for Quality Magazine readers who register using the promo code Quality.
One would think that when you get your thread ring gages calibrated and there are no red flags raised by the reported data you’re good to go. Unfortunately, this sea of tranquility can end up drowning you if you have misinterpreted the reports—something that happens when disputes arise.
The Aerospace Standard 9100 includes the requirements for aviation, space and defense organizations. This certification evidences Exact Metrology practices a Quality Management System (QMS) that consistently meets customer expectations.
Attendees of the ASQ International Conference on Quality Standards — Nov. 14-15 in Pittsburgh — will learn to support quality and customer satisfaction through adoption, discover how to integrate multiple standards into one standards management system, and learn to demonstrate savings through standards certification.