Measurement System Analysis (Gage RR) October 13-14, 2020

Frequently, continuous improvement efforts are frustrated due to an incapable measurement system. As a result, Mississippi State University’s CAVS Extension is pleased to offer a two-day class focusing on Measurement Systems Analysis. This class describes how measurement and inspection error
can be quantified for both the case of variables and attribute measurements.

Course Objective:
The first day focuses on the variables case (e.g., dimensional measurements) and the second day focuses on applying the attribute case (e.g.,
aesthetic appraisal of conformance). On both days, the objective is to learn how to apply the Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility methodology
so that measurement error can be quantified and reduced. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in instructor led interactive
examples and hands-on lab activities.
Who Should Attend:
Engineers practicing in any discipline, managers, other technical professionals, and anyone responsible for collection and/or analysis of measurement
Participant Involvement:
This workshop will provide attendees with basic instruction in the statistical analysis of measured data for the purpose of measurement system
validation. Each participant should have a working knowledge of the typical measuring system(s) used in their work or professional environment
and an understanding of how related data measurements are collected. The participant’s basic understanding of mathematics (average, percentage,
& square root, etc.) is assumed. A prior understanding of basic descriptive statistics such as mean, range, and standard deviation
is desirable, but these topics will be also be defined and explained during the workshop. Participants will benefit from instructor led
lecture, individual hands-on activity, and general discussion on related topics.
MSU CAVS Extension 153 Mississippi Parkway



Canton, MS 39046