Season Twelve - Obsolescence in high value manufacturing
Obsolescence is a pain point for manufacturers. Because of technological and market changes, new regulations and planned obsolescence, products, equipment, skills and software are fated to become obsolete. In this series of EUAudio we explain how to plan and manage component obsolescence in high value sectors such as nuclear, medical and defence.
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Season 12 episodes
Season 12 - Episode 14:40
This episode of EUAudio explains why a proactive approach to obsolescence management allows manufacturers in the military sector to plan in advance, sourcing spare parts where it is most convenient and minimising downtime due to unexpected breakage. In this highly regulated sector, managing obsolescence effectively can mean avoiding additional costs in getting a system back up and running quickly.
Season 12 - Episode 23:46
In this episode of EUAudio, our manufacturing podcast, we explore obsolescence in the nuclear industry and why implementing a proactive approach can result in an array of benefits to a facility. The earlier that any obsolescence issues are identified, the more possibilities there are for avoiding costly implications.
Obsolescence in the nuclear sector
Season 12 - Episode 34:30
Effective obsolescence management is more important now than ever before. This episode of EUAudio looks specifically at why a proactive approach to obsolescence can help medical device manufacturers prevent past issues from resurfacing and hindering progress in the sector.
Medical device obsolescence
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