The University of Stuttgart and Holland Innovative are intensifying their cooperation in the field of reliability technology
The spin-off RelTest-Solutions from the technology transfer initiative of the University of Stuttgart and Holland Innovative B.V. from Eindhoven have signed a letter of intent for an intensified cooperation. Both institutes plan to organize and carry out joint training courses and events on all aspects of reliability technology and product development.
Both RelTest-Solutions and Holland Innovative already offer a variety of education and training programs with a focus on reliability, root cause analysis and data science. The institutes hope to improve quality on both sides by intensifying their cooperation. In addition, the seminar program will be expanded and offered in the Netherlands and Germany. The training is based on the VDI guideline 4002 and is certified by the University of Stuttgart.
The University of Stuttgart and Holland Innovative have worked together on several projects in the past. For Hans Meeske, CEO of Holland Innovative, the cooperation with RelTest-Solutions is a logical step: “We both work on the principle that knowledge should be shared as much as possible. This applies above all to our competence in the area of reliability The world is changing at a rapid pace. In order to keep up with this pace, it is important that the engineers, but above all the management of the company, are aware that their products must be carefully designed and have a high level of reliability To meet the expectations and needs of customers. Our programs help to achieve this “.
The University of Stuttgart is constantly expanding its knowledge and technology transfer and is building partnerships such as the one with Holland Innovative. “Around 3,000 scientists conduct research at around 150 institutes at the University of Stuttgart. The researchers develop new insights and develop many groundbreaking technologies that are used in overcoming important societal challenges, in the more efficient and sustainable production of goods and in improving people’s comfort The Technology Transfer Initiative at the Universität Stuttgart GmbH, or TTI for short, is responsible for the transfer of technology to industry and society. The aim of TTI is to enable and support spin-offs at the university in order to transfer knowledge and new technologies into RelTest-Solutions is one of these spin-offs and offers a wide range of expertise in the field of reliability, quality and product development, “said Dr. Dazer.
This cooperation will lead to joint projects, new training and research programs, in which the locations of the cooperating partners are also to be networked: Stuttgart and Brainport Eindhoven.
The upcoming reliability seminar on March 25th and 26th, 2021 in Eindhoven is the first big step for the cooperation. Contributions from the partners and a round table for the exchange of knowledge are intended to bring the reliability experts together at an international level.
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