Commercial and off-highway (COH) vehicle companies are urged to attend an AIAG Town Hall to identify this industry segment's unique pain points and decide how an organized group of volunteers can address them.Read More
Educational sessions at this year’s Quality Summit run along two tracks that highlight the industry's current best practices and showcase emerging engineering and quality processes.
The results of AIAG’s groundbreaking new Quality 2020 report reveal five main challenges for OEMs and suppliers including Problem Solving, Customer-Specific Requirements (CSRs), Quality Management Systems (QMS), Product Development, and Loss of Experience. Here’s an overview of the survey results to help kick off a new article series, which will examine each challenge in depth.
Educational sessions at this year’s Quality Summit — themed Quality and the Customer Experience — run along two tracks that highlight the industry's current best practices.Read More
Training on the new third edition of CQI-14 is now available.
The third edition of CQI-14 — renamed Automotive Warranty Management — was released in April and contains the Automotive Warranty Management Assessment.
Dr. Mark Rosekind’s keynote address will focus on developing products with built-in quality and safety.Read More
The members of the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) are the authors of ISO/TS16949. The IATF has announced that they have begun the task of revising the automotive industry’s quality management system (QMS) standard to align with the High Level Structure of FDIS ISO9001:2015.Read More
Automotive OEMs and suppliers estimate $3.5 billion in cost savings could be achieved if complexity and redundancy in Quality Management System (QMS) requirements were reduced, according to a new study and survey based on extensive interviews with the nation’s leading automakers.Read More
AIAG is helping to lead the way.
Almost four decades ago, the automotive industry was clearly in the lead when it came to the emerging technology we now know as CAD/CAM. Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing promised to reduce new product lead times, improve quality, and reduce cost.Read More