Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials
Professional Development Course
Utilizing IPC-1782 - Component Traceability - To Reduce Risk Associated With Ingress Of Counterfeit Components
Thursday, August 6, 2020 @ 8:30am-12:00pm (US Eastern)
Presenters: Cameron Shearon, Raytheon Technologies & Michael Ford, Aegis Software
Based on the IPC-1782 standard, this course explains how to approach, justify and implement a traceability program, aimed at mitigating effects of counterfeit material ingress internally within an assembly manufacturing operation, as well as providing may other benefits. We go into details of what traceability entails, how data is collected stored and used. We specifically cover best practices for traceability within manufacturing such that the overall impact all is strongly positive for all involved, both from a day to day perspective, as well as medium and long term benefits. We also look at the extension of traceability, linking together traceability data related to components and sub-assemblies, as well as an insight into external traceability related to supply-chain logistics, following new content defined in new IPC-1782 revision A.
Topics Covered:Risk Identification - the need of traceabilityThe benefits of traceabilityIntroduction to IPC-1782Traceability data collectionTraceability data storageOperational guidelines for traceability data collectionMeeting regulatory and marketplace requirementsTraceability as part of the secure supply chainOpen discussion
Who Should Attend:
This course is for supply-chain managers, designers, component engineers, brand protection specialists, and others.