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RFQ – Now What? Part IV – Conveying the Message

MIL-STD-810: Understanding Your Requirements for Military Equipment

 
Overview: To end the series, we will review the report content – providing detail without all the fluff. The use of charts and photographs is considered necessary and can provide a lot of insight, if properly used. Our discussion will focus on content and presentation – but beware that the accepting office may have established standards.

RFQ – Now What? Part III – Conducting the Test Program

MIL-STD-810: Understanding Your Requirements for Military Equipment

Overview: This session discusses EUT operation and test program sequencing with the goal of avoiding contamination and expediting the process by accomplishing tests in parallel. Because effective operation of measurement equipment during testing is critical, a study into settings and the effects of those settings is reviewed in this webinar. In addition, managing test interruptions and data collection is also discussed, as well as data review during testing to make sure the data makes sense.

RFQ – Now What? Part II – Determining RequirementsMIL-STD-810: Understanding Your Requirements for Military Equipment

Overview: This session looks at the details of preparing a test procedure. Making sure that the product is configured, operated and monitored along with identification of the pass/fail criteria is essential. An in-depth review on configuring the test article is included – a condition that is frequently not understood by the manufacturer and the test laboratory doesn’t usually have policing power. The configuration is not managed properly in many scenarios and tailoring not used to match a specific installation. Making sure that you include the escape clauses in case of events is discussed.

RFQ – Now What? Part I – Determining Requirements MIL-STD-810: Understanding Your Requirements for Military Equipment

Overview: This webinar will examine the environmental compliance requirements for both contract specifications and product self-development. There are many options for tailoring individual project requirements, from generic statements requiring MIL-STD-810 compliance to detailed test-by-test definitions. We will examine these options with consideration to the general requirements specified in MIL-STD-810. We will also review the various requirements associated with product development and how these requirements impact the overall compliance program.

Hot Enough for You! MIL-STD-810: Climatic Requirements for Military Equipment

Overview: This webinar will discuss evaluation methods used to assess defense equipment and systems against the challenges of operating within extreme conditions.

Good Vibrations! MIL-STD-810: Shake and Shock Requirements for Military Equipment

Overview: This webinar discusses evaluation methods used to assess defense equipment and systems against the challenges of operating and surviving the ravages of constant motion and severe mechanical transients.

Where are the Holes? – Ingress Protection
Overview: This webinar will present evaluation methods used to assess defense equipment and systems to the challenges of operating in severe environment exposed to water, sand, dust, and other contaminates.

Shake, Bake and ContaminateMIL-STD-810: Environmental Requirements for Military Equipment
Overview: This webinar introduces attendees to evaluation methods that are used to assess defense equipment and systems to the ravages of the operational environment. Original specifications date back to WWII, with the initial test withstand requirements developed by the Army Air Force (AAF). Following on military system development in the 1950s, MIL-STD-810G represents the state-of-the-art in environmental simulation methods to assess all manner of military equipment, from ground-based mobile Army tactical gear to airborne and sub-stratospheric systems.

 

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