Develop a resilience architecture for the product, taking into account the various components and their interactions, and defining backup systems and failover mechanisms to minimize the risk of failure.
Develop and execute test plans to validate the resilience of the product, including tests for extreme environmental conditions, and hardware failure scenarios.
Work with the hardware development team to define the requirements for the product's resilience, considering factors like environmental conditions, usage scenarios, and potential failure modes. Specially focused on the development of new product versions.
Work with external suppliers and partners to ensure that their products and components meet the resilience requirements for integration into company's products.
Collaborate with the continuous improvement engineer to review and refine the resilience architecture and test plans over time, based on feedback from real-world usage and testing.
Collaboration with the Engineering team in order to understand customer’s systems on which they install the devices, in order to create reliability specifications for the hardware development team.
Collaborating with third-party certification bodies to initiate and complete the certification process, which may involve submitting documentation and test results, and participating in on-site audits or inspections.
Identifying the certification requirements for the product and working with the hardware development team to ensure that the design and testing processes meet those requirements.