System Development Life Cycle

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CHAPTER 1

COMPANY BACKGROUND

1.0 Company Background

figure 1: Panasonic AVC Network Johor Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (PAVCJM)

Panasonic AVC Network Johor Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. (PAVCJM) was formerly known as Matsushita Audio Video (M) Sdn. Bhd. (MAV). It was established in 21st December 1990 as the 14th Matsushita Company in Malaysia and the first Audio and Video Company in South East Asia outside Japan. Continuous improvement and emphasis in quality has resulted in realizing the company vision to establish their very own Research and Development (R&D) or also known as Asia Pacific Development Center, APDC (M) on 3rd April 1997. This established marks a new era of technology development and innovation in
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Century. |
|Global market, Export |Malaysia, Europe , Saudi Arabia, Japan, Canada, USA, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, |
| |Switzerland, 3rd world countries, Taiwan, China and Hong Kong, etc. |

TABLE 1: PAVCJM PROFILE

1. PRODUCTION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

Panasonic AVC is divided into several departments and one of department is Audio Video Production Engineering (AVPE) department. The scopes of PE department are to develop jigs, equipment and machines, provide inspection and line facilities and to enhance work improvement and accelerate in production innovation.

We focus on system life cycle development at final line of production that is inspection system. The final Audio and Video Production line, the complete product will be tested and proven to be functioning before being packed and send to the storage for shipment. Any malfunction product will be given to the technician involved for further inspection. We have 2 ways for inspection process in final assembly line. First, the inspection done in manually where it’s done for easy checking function such as picture display, sound checking and appearance checking. Second, the inspection had done automatically where we used AVT 50 and ART 20.

The inspection process

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