The purpose of this standard is to classify and define the concepts involved in prognostics and health management of electronic systems, and to provide a standard framework that assists practitioners in the development of business cases, and the selection of approaches, methodologies, algorithms, condition monitoring equipment, and strategies for implementing prognostics for electronic systems.This standard covers all aspects of prognostics and health management of electronic systems, including definitions, approaches, algorithms, sensors and sensor selection, data collection, storage and analysis, anomaly detection, diagnosis, metrics, life cycle cost of implementation, return on investment and documentation. This standard describes a normative framework for classifying PHM capability and for planning the development of PHM for a system or product. The use of this standard is not required throughout the industry. This standard provides information to aid practitioners in the selection of PHM strategies and approaches to meet their needs.
Working Group: PHM - Prognostics and Health Management of Electronic Systems
Sponsor: RS/SC - IEEE Reliability
Society: RS - IEEE Reliability Society
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