Introduction to WATS
Learn how you can use data stored in test systems to address problems during manufacturing and increase yield and throughput. This webinar will give you an introduction to how to find and use First Pass Yield metrics, finding your most frequent failures.
The intended audience are people that are currently not using WATS, or who has recently started using it.
usage and configurations
This webinar will give you an introduction to some more advanced use cases of WATS, like how you can use Process Capability Analysis to identify poorly performing test limits, and how you can use WATS to perform parametrical analysis. It will also highlight possibilities for monitoring excessive retesting, and how to properly configure your WATS environment through the Control Panel.
The intended audience are active WATS users, and people evaluating the possibility.
This webinar will walk you through how to use WATS to configure and execute manual inspection sequences. This offers the possibility to completely eliminate paper or spreadsheet based manual inspection setups, and make sure that all your test data is accessible through the same portal.
The intended audience are users with a Manager License Role looking to set up and deploy Manual Inspection
using step details view
This webinar gives you a detailed walk-through of how you can access low-level parametric information in WATS, using the Step Details View. This view gives you the option of view and analyze your measurement data, and group this data by meta-categories to investigate real root-cases of the already identified issues.
The intended audience are users with Analyzer or Manager roles, looking to understand the lower level possibilities of root-cause and severity analysis WATS has to offer.
Test Data Management
This webinar aims to give a conceptual introduction to how proper Test Data Management can help Original Equipment Manufacturers and Electronics Manufacturers to improve profitability and product quality.
It also provides an introduction to the Top-Down Approach to quality management that WATS facilitates, and how this ties in with Continuous Improvement Initiatives such as Lean Six Sigma.