How do you design Right First Time?
Chris Blockley, 26/02/2020
Romax Technology is built on the ethos of Right First Time design. Instilled by founder and MBE Dr. Peter Poon, Right First Time doesn’t necessarily mean you do things ‘right the first time you try’. It means setting a culture that uses reflection and learning to strive towards perfection. With this in place, Right First Time design is possible. It’s in iterating the finer details to adjust, adapt, learn and look at something anew, that the magic truly appears. One can fully utilise their experience and expertise to reduce engineering errors, improve performance and increase product refinement – within a design process that enables innovative and optimised designs.
A focus on reflective design practices allows us to implement a framework of knowledge capture and continuous improvement. Herein lies the utility of Right First Time: to empower you to maximise your design potential through unlocking knowledge already accessible to you, and to reflect on your development process and attitude to design with the aim to always create something better.
Right First Time was formulated half a decade ago and enables us to communicate to industry our USPs as a business. The skill of our engineers, our next-generation software development, our passion for research and innovation, all underpinned by our robust, tried and tested Right First Time process.
Since its inception Right First Time has evolved. Alongside this, the very nature of design and simulation must become a philosophy. We can now look at automating aspects of the design process. A combination of design automation and vast engineering experience frees our engineers to focus on proven, powerful design, with the right tools to speed up the design process.
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