Daniel Servansky | Electromechanical Engineering, Root Cause Analysis, & Engineering Ethics
Who is Daniel Servansky?
In our discussion with Daniel Servansky he shares the one thing he would change about how engineering companies operate, a wonderfully educational example of the engineering process that is root cause analysis, as well as how to get started learning electronics as a mechanical engineer.
Daniel is an electromechanical system engineer with over 12 years of experience focusing on the design, prototyping and development of complex and technology-rich medical devices and has rich working experience in the full NPD process including concept generation, design feasibility, requirements cascading, FMEAs, Verification & Validation, Design Transfer and product launch.
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