Over the years, Quanterion has performed numerous reliability analyses through a variety of government-funded contracts and commercial consulting efforts. Examples include common analysis techniques, like the Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and/or the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), which Quanterion has been hired to perform on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), weapons systems, subsystems of a regional jet aircraft, and a long list of other components and systems. We have also developed customized FMECA software tools, informational publications and provided training courses at numerous commercial and military organizations. Additional examples of Quanterion’s include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Developed specialized Weibull Analysis tools for tracking and reporting field reliability of specialized Air Force systems.
  • Developed maintainability prediction tool to be used in an integrated R&M analysis software suite.
  • Performed reliability predictions for Navy submarine Towed Array sonar system, commercial communications equipment, and several different subsystems being placed on new regional commuter jets.
  • Performed reliability predictions for state-of-the-art telecommunications manufacturer as a means of the manufacturer using reliability as a market discriminated feature of its product.
  • Performed reliability and life-cycle cost analyses on mobile shelters used by the military for remote surgical operations.
  • Under our Engineering and Management Support contract to Brookhaven National Laboratory, performed independent audit of International Atomic Energy Agency Equipment Maintenance Information System (EMIS) assessing its ability to effectively “manage” the availability of equipment used to monitor stockpiles.
  • Developed warranty analysis and tradeoff tool for making tradeoffs of warranty approaches for military contractor.
  • Performed independent “audits” of organizations’ strategies, policies and practices in various aspects of engineering.