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Friday, February 19 • 6:30am - 7:15am
Demystifying Quality Management for Large-Scale Manufacturing in Modern Context

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You have a vague impression that many Japanese hardware manufacturers develop high quality products such as automobile. They have established principles of quality management and optimized their process for large-scale hardware design and production. But as time flies, they are struggling to apply the principles to modern development such as agile and devOps for software-intensive and service-oriented hardware products. Nishi will share his experiences in re-establishment of quality management in modern context for several large-scale manufacturers in Japan.

The talk will focus on:
- Principles and strategy of quality management
- Difference between test engineer and QA
- Application modern concept to embedded software and hardware, e.g. devOps for embedded software, agile development for hardware and shift-left/right testing in large-scale manufacturer

Who will be interested:
- QA Managers who are establishing company-wide QA organization
- QA engineers who are working for embeded software development
- Test engineers who wonders "am I a test engineer or a QA engineer?"

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NISHI, Yasuharu

Assistant professor, The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo
Dr. Nishi is an assistant professor at the University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo. Regarded as a visionary leader on software testing in Japan, he researches and consults for industries, e.g. automotive OEM/suppliers, industrial automation, medical devices, finance and development... Read More →

Friday February 19, 2021 6:30am - 7:15am IST
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