Tesla Motors to Deliver Keynote at ARS North America 2016

The awards dinner on the last night will feature Sarakakis’ keynote address, "The First Two Billion All-Electric Miles: Enabling Reliability of Disruptive Technologies."

ARS North America 2016

ReliaSoft has announced a special event for their 13th International Applied Reliability Symposium (ARS) North America, a keynote address from Georgios Sarakakis, Senior Manager of Reliability Engineering at Tesla Motors.

The symposium will offer four tutorials and 30 presentations during which fellow practitioners will share applications, success stories, and lessons learned in reliability and maintainability engineering. Sarakakis’s presentation will bring the event to a close.

ARS North America 2016 will be held from June 21 to 23, 2016 in San Diego at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa.

ARS attendees will have opportunities to explore solutions from sponsors and exhibitors, network with industry professionals and gain insights from results-oriented presentations and tutorials.

The awards dinner on the last night will feature Sarakakis’ keynote address, The First Two Billion All-Electric Miles: Enabling Reliability of Disruptive Technologies.

The symposium’s other tutorials and presentations will be given by a variety of organizations ranging from technology and automotive to aerospace industries.

“ARS 2016 in San Diego will give reliability and maintainability professionals the ability to make connections with others in their field and hopefully generate new ideas for their work,” said ReliaSoft VP of Product Management Adamantios Mettas, in a press release. “ARS is where innovative ideas in reliability and maintainability originate – from discussions between experts and across industries. Each year we welcome a diverse group of attendees, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors, and this year we are excited to see what contributions these experts bring.”

For more information on ARS North America 2016, visit http://www.arsymposium.org/northamerica/index.htm.

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