Modern machines are often data-driven, recording and using vast amounts of data during operation. In this webinar, attendees will learn methods for testing and validating this data in the context of a failure investigation, using sound scientific methods and principles. To underscore the importance of this testing, the speakers will present a real-world case study involving the failure of a cryogenic freezer which resulted in the loss of biologic material. The validity of the data captured by the freezer was critical to determining liability. After attending this webinar, attendees will better understand the use of various data and testing methodologies in assessing failures that are the subject of claims or litigation.
Chris Brand, P.E., Senior Managing Consultant, ESi
Chris Brand is an accomplished mechanical engineer with 17+ years of experience in research and development engineering. This experience, combined with his extensive knowledge of finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics, ensures a deep understanding of mechanical and materials issues and failure points across the full lifecycle of a product.
John Buckley, Attorney, Nixon, Peabody
John Buckley is a trial lawyer focused on mass tort and product liability, business tort and professional negligence and insurance coverage actions across the country. He represents public and private companies in the health care, food and beverage, consumer products and insurance industries.
Registration is complimentary for all to attend.