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the process of becoming obsolete

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The team performs COTS obsolescence management for SSDS and the Advanced Combat Direction System, which is a major undertaking when dealing with COTS products, according to Gaintner.
Commodity surveys, including component manufacturers product roadmaps, production strategies, and market data aimed at predicting affected components to set the long-term obsolescence management strategy
It will increase support to warfighters through increased material availability, improved reliability and obsolescence management.
Topics include: design practices, technology trends, applications, case studies/history, obsolescence management, radiation hardness, risk mitigation, selecting COTS and commercial suppliers, testing requirements and results, and constructive and destructive physical analysis.
The Army is gauging obsolescence management within the standards set by the American, British, Canadian, Australian (ABCA) armies.
The EPRI guidance enabled Farrell and Rogers to clarify roles, define an obsolescence management process, develop prioritization examples and implement key performance indicators.
Thomas Guillemain, Marketing and Business Development Manager of Digital Processing Solutions at Teledyne e2v, said, We understand that for our customers, time-in-market can be just as important as time-to-market, thats why not only are the Qormino modules pre-qualified to aerospace and military industry standards, theyre available through our obsolescence management program SLiM.
NAVAIR's DMSMS management team is the logistics technical authority responsible for the development, sustainment and execution of NAVAIR DMSMS and obsolescence management policy and processes.
The Component Obsolescence Group (COG) established the International Institute of Obsolescence Management (IIOM) in January 2015.
The award recognizes Garvey's accomplishments encompassing both aviation and maritime weapon systems to enhance material availability, obsolescence management, and reliability improvements.
One example of proactive obsolescence management is the work by the U.
The contract builds on the company's expertise and leadership in the field of obsolescence management, a prevalent need amid shrinking defense budgets.
Ongoing obsolescence management to support aging products brings additional risks and costs for sustaining engineering teams.
The V-22 Obsolescence Management Team officially stood up in June 2004.