Joint Intermittent Testing Working Group
The Joint Intermittent Testing (JIT), which was first chartered in September 2012, is a joint services forum to leverage current and emerging commercial industry activity for demonstration, testing, and cost analysis of Intermittent Fault Detection Technologies. JIT goals include:
- Defining and validating joint performance requirements for Joint Service intermittent fault detection.
- Collecting and analyzing implementation and operational data on commercial field intermittent fault detection currently in use.
- Defining the minimum fault detection threshold requirements for applicable wiring systems, component types, and system architectures.
- Identifying, defining and validating test methods for ensuring that specified minimum performance requirements for detecting and isolating intermittence are met.
- Publishing joint performance requirements (See MIL-PRF-32516 and MIL-HDBK-527).
- Briefing and publishing findings in a technical report and making recommendations to Service Components on a path forward.