This webinar will look at the Reliability Validation Process currently being developed at Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) with some insights provided into what they have learned during the past 2 years operating as a central chapter within powertrain engineering.

It will demonstrate how JLR is using reliability engineering principles to improve the performance of our new electrified propulsion systems.

The webinar will be applicable to reliability engineers and analysts, risk management engineers, product development engineers, validation and test engineers and anyone with an interest in the reliability of engineering systems.

To register for the webinar please click here. SaRS webinars are free and open to all to attend.

The webinar will be presented by:

Andrew Brown of Jaguar Land Rover. Andrew joined JLR 12 years ago working as a Lead Engineer in validation testing for the first in house developed 4-cylinder diesel engine. Since then, he’s spent several years developing test methodology for JLR’s engine family and coupling them back to Reliability Engineering principles. More recently Andrew has managed the battery validation team for the latest Range Rover plug-in-hybrid and is now the Chapter Lead for Reliability Validation for the latest JLR propulsion systems, taking a more holistic approach across new EV architectures.

Jaguar Land Rover is an Affiliate Organisation Member of the Safety & Reliability Society.


Tuesday, 13th February 2024 at 12:30pm


Tuesday, 13th February 2024 at 1:45pm