Adsurgo was a sponsor for the 64th annual FTC that was planned for Park City, UT. We will be sponsoring upcoming events when conferences continue.
Adsurgo presented tutorials on data storytelling, reliability in DoD, text analytics, automated software test, and statistical methods for modeling and simulation V&V at the 87th MORS Symposium at USAF Academy Colorado.
Adsurgo presented Establishing Equivalence for Practical Applications and also Design of Experiment Optimality Criterion at the JMP Discovery Summit October 15-18.
Adsurgo was invited to present at the 2018 Discovery conference! Watch the video of the presentation here:
Andrew Karl, Statistician, Adsurgo
Heath Rushing, Principal Consultant and Co-Founder, Adsurgo
- Topic: Quality and Reliability
- Level: 1
Recently, a medical device customer wanted a script to evaluate different, standard acceptance sampling plans using operating characteristic (OC) curves. They also wanted to find the limit from an average outgoing quality (AOQ) curve for rectifying inspections. Although they were experienced JMP users, they did not know about the availability of single- and double-sample OC curves found only in the JMP Starter menu. Furthermore, they had not utilized Graph Builder for evaluating common deviations (nothing goes as planned) from these sampling plans or for developing AOQ curves. Although scripting can be quite effective and efficient, writing scripts from scratch can be overwhelming for new JMP users. However, the existing capabilities of JMP can be exploited and easily adapted for routine and/or recurring analysis of common quality questions. This talk with demonstrate the adaptation of the existing capabilities of JMP to explore and evaluate deviations from standard quality approaches such as acceptance sampling, process control and capability, and design of experiments.
Adsurgo presented on automating software testing, design of experiments for nonlinear design and analysis for the Mars Rover program, and methods for testing autonomous systems at DATAWorks2018. The conference is jointly hosted by NASA and DoD in Washington, DC March 2018.