Obsolescence Management - MOC

Maintain in Operational Conditions of industrial electronic systems

What is MOC (Maintenance in Operational Conditions)?

The MOC is a set of measures that guarantees the maintenance of obsolete electronic equipment in operational conditions.

It serves to extend the operational life of the equipment beyond the manufacturer’s service life by setting up a series of actions to maintain the existing equipment park.

This approach has many benefits that make it possible to:

  • Delay investments in new and expensive equipment.
  • Capitalize on the current technical skills of users.
  • Maintain in operational conditions reliable equipment.
  • Maintain / acquire control of its equipment technology.
  • Be consistent with environmental issues and current budget policies: the extension of the lifetime of equipment reduces costs and allows investment in other areas (R & D, services, etc.).

These different actions may include:

  • Repairing of defective equipment thus enabling stocks to be maintained.
  • Performing preventive actions during repairs (replacement of aging components in addition to defective components).
  • Monitoring of electronics components status to anticipate the obsolescence and solve the problem upstream of the obsolescence apparition, for example by building up stock of components to ensure future repairs of re-manufacturing products. • Reindustrialization of obsolete equipment.
  • Reindustrialization of obsolete equipment.
  • Storage actions on the strategic COTS of the production.

Our solutions to maintain your equipment in operational conditions:

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EXPERTISE AND ANALYSIS

  • Technical assistance.
  • Preliminary studies of sustainability.
  • Sustainability plan.
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STORAGE OF COTS AND COMPONENTS

  • Sourcing, selling and packaging of electronic components and COTS.
  • Tests and certification of equipment destined to sustainability stocks.
  • Searching of components equivalences.
  • Components and COTS obsolescence monitoring.
  • Purchasing / testing and qualification on manufacturer benches.
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STUDIES / QUALIFICATION / RE-MANUFACTURING

  • Cloning of electronic boards/modules.
  • Study / Re-design of PCB and systems.
  • Prototyping and testing.
  • Industrialization and mass production.
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REPAIR/TEST

  • Industrialization of repair.
  • Expertise services and certified repairs.
  • Test services (functional validation, constructor qualifications).
  • MOC (Maintain in Operational Conditions).

A GLOBAL NETWORK OF SUPPLIERS

A worldwide network of over 700 suppliers to identify stocks of spare parts all over the world, regardless of the generation and specificity of the product.

A STRICT QUALITY PROCESS

All our supplied or repaired equipment are subjected to a strict quality process including the qualification on external or internal test bench before delivery.

Our Design Office supports you in your sustainability projects in the respect of the regulations and specific requirements of your sector of activity (military, nuclear, railway, etc.).

A COMPLETE RESPONSE TO OBSOLESCENCE ISSUES

We provide a set of services to answer from A to Z obsolescence issues by offering solutions for a treatment before and after obsolescence identification. We can also help you to identify your critical systems/equipment.

Examples of Maintain in Operational Conditions (MOC):

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INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE

- Repair of all types and all brands of electronic systems/equipment: display, instrumentation and control system, specific system and power electronics.

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SALE OF INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT

- Obsolete spare parts sourcing, identification and qualification of stocks.
- Sale of reconditioned or new industrial electronic spare part, obsolete or recent.

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REPRODUCTION OF CIRCUIT BOARD

- Cloning of electronic boards or subassemblies.
- Feasibility study.
- Re-industrialization of obsolete equipment.

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DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

- Realization of customized projects: reverse engineering, design, manufacturing, material improvement, etc.