“PLATO reached out to us upon learning about our ongoing efforts to educate our students in Risk Analysis concepts, techniques and applications,” said Dr. Robert Van Til, Chair & Pawley Professor of Lean Studies, and Industrial and Systems Engineering Department Oakland University.
“With the rapid increase of Electrification, ADAS and Autonomous Vehicle technologies Engineering Risk Management will have an even more significant impact on launch excellence and safer vehicles for consumers going forward. The need to prepare the future quality and reliability engineers with the expertise they need to excel in a rapidly changing vehicle engineering landscape is key for their impact on the automotive product development process,” stated Steve Dunn, PLATO North America.
“For the second year in a row, PLATO experts have been invited to provide presentations on DFMEA & PFMEA methodology, including the utilization of PLATO e1ns software by the students in the Engineering Risk Analysis course. The Engineering Risk Analysis course at OU provides engineering students with expertise needed for proactive risk analysis and control of occurrence probability,” stated Richard Olawoyin, Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Oakland University.
PLATO is an international software company in the area of engineering, risk and quality management. All OEMs and suppliers face the challenge of keeping pace with dynamic product development and changing industry guidelines for quality and safety along with a goal of minimizing product recalls and warranty costs. The industry leading PLATO e1ns solution enables companies to meet these increased requirements with central access to all product risk information, which promotes cross-departmental communication and collaboration.
For more information about Oakland University’s ISE Department‘s programs, visit www.oakland.edu/ise.