Calculating ROI for a Smarter Calibration Strategy for Semiconductor Companies 

There are many time and cost considerations when it comes to identifying a calibration program strategy for semiconductor design and manufacturing.

With internal labs, external vendors, and incessant production pressures, ensuring sophisticated benchtop test and measurement equipment passes audit and maintains uptime is a high impact function.

Tektronix expert Alek Arzdorf will share his extensive semiconductor calibration program management experience to help you understand how to calculate the ROI of your program, how to identify the gaps, and how to identify new strategic opportunities for reducing calibration time and expense that pass audits including ISO 17025 and IATF 16949.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Understanding your requirements for calibrations within a semiconductor manufacturing environment
  • Important factors to consider in an ROI calculation, including hidden ones
  • Smart calibration program strategies to consider
  • Example ROI calculations
  • Access to an interactive ROI calculator spreadsheet tool for your use 

Join us to learn how calibration can save you money on semiconductor design and manufacturing. 

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Alekzander Arzdorf 

Calibration Lab Supervisor, Tektronix

Mr. Arzdorf recently joined Tektronix as the lab supervisor of the Tektronix calibration lab in Duluth, Georgia, where he also serves as the semiconductor subject matter expert for the global calibration services teams. Previously, he served as the senior manager of quality and reliability for Microchip Technology, a semiconductor company, where over the span of four years, he reduced equipment downtime to less than 3% and achieved a calibration program cost savings of nearly $1M annually. Mr. Arzdorf began his career serving three tours in the United States Army, working in metrology, where he graduated from both the TMDE program and the Master Course with Distinguished Honor Graduate status.