Newly built replacements and repairs for embedded boards, using tested parts and built to OEMs’ original specifications.
A tailored support plan that covers the remaining life of a program that includes costs and risks of all available options.
Contract to manufacture and ship embedded products at a predictable cost and timeline for an extended period.
Obsolescence is at the tail end of the product lifecycle, the portion that no one wants to deal with but is critical to mission readiness. Our CEO, Ethan Plotkin, knows the issues well. In his talk, he presents new ways to re-imagining solutions to dealing with the entire product lifecycle
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We were faced with an obsolescence issue on our Programmable System Control Unit when our existing vendor was no longer able to manufacture this Viper809 CCA. Through the exceptional efforts of GDCA, Rockwell Collins did not experience any impact to deliveries of product to our customers.
Director, Single Aisle Programs, Rockwell Collins
Our customers depend on our test and measurement equipment and we depend on GDCA for their obsolescence management expertise. They have proven over the years that with some planning, you can work around obsolescence.
Director of Materials, Anritsu