Obsolescence, Vortrag am 15.11.2012, 18:00 in HH

11/11/2012 - 21:50 von Olaf Schultz | Report spam
Moin moin,

könnte ja auch hier interessant sein. Falls jemand hier gerade in HH ist...

viele Grüße,

Olaf

























































































The RAeS Hamburg Branch in cooperation with the DGLR and VDI invites you
to our next lecture which will take place on Thursday, 15th November
2012 at 18:00.



Title: Comprehensive Obsolescence Management Methods – an
Overview



Lecturer: Bjoern Bartels, MIB, Ind.-Eng, Senior Consultant -
Obsolescence Management Lead, ABSC GmbH, member of DDW-Group



Location: Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Berliner Tor 5
(Neubau), Hörsaal 01.12 starting at 18:00



Driven by rapid technological changes, new components are developed and
launched on the market with increasing speed. The result is a dramatic
change in production methods of all components and their market
availability. A growing industry sector is facing issues where life
cycles of products no longer fit together with life cycles of required
components. This issue is known as obsolescence, the status given to a
part when it is no longer available from its original manufacturer. The
problem of obsolescence is most prevalent for electronics technology,
wherein the procurement lifetimes for microelectronic parts are often
significantly shorter than the manufacturing and support life cycles for
the products that use the parts.
However, obsolescence extends beyond electronic components to other
items, such as materials, textiles, and mechanical parts. In addition,
obsolescence has been shown to appear for software, specifications,
standards, processes, and soft resources, such as human skills.
Participants of this lecture will learn that it is highly important to
implement and operate an active management of obsolescence to mitigate
and avoid extreme costs. The focus will be on comprehensive obsolescence
management methods, such as reactive, proactive and strategic management.





Bjoern Bartels is a senior consultant and obsolescence management
competence lead with a masters degree in international business and a
German diploma in industrial engineering and business management. He has
been working with comprehensive obsolescence management practices and
methods for several years. He successfully developed, implemented and
managed reactive, proactive and strategic obsolescence management
systems within companies. In addition, he is the head author of the
publication "Strategies to the Prediction, Mitigation and Management of
Product Obsolescence”, a joint work with the CALCE Engineering Institute
of the University of Maryland.



Please pass this invitation to any friends or colleagues who may be
interested
 

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#1 Helmut Wabnig
11/11/2012 - 22:40 | Warnen spam
On Sun, 11 Nov 2012 21:50:49 +0100, Olaf Schultz
wrote:

Moin moin,

könnte ja auch hier interessant sein. Falls jemand hier gerade in HH ist...

viele Grüße,

Olaf































































Du kannst ihm ausrichten, er solle sich doch einmal MIELE
Waschmaschinen anschaun.
Die wàscht, dann kommt das Schleudern.
Wasser wird rausgepumpt, dauert etwa 20 Sekunden, dann kommt nix mehr.
MIELE schleudert weiter.
Und weiter.
Pumpe làuft, aber es kommt nix mehr.
Aber MIELE schleudert und schleudert.
(3,5 Minuten, will ich euch ersparen, skip to END).

Also sie schleudert ewig, ohne Sinn, das ganze Haus wackelt, die
Maschine wandert vibrierend durch die Gegend, die Trommellager
grummeln, der Motor, die Keilriemen, die Stoßdàmpfer.

Eingebaute Selbstzerstörung, denn die Stoßdàmpfer sind das Erste was
kaputtgeht, dann kommt das Trommelllager, dann die Riemen, aber nein,
dazu kommt es nicht mehr, denn Trommelllager kaputt, MIELE kaputt.

Deutsche Ingenieurskunst.

w.

RAeS Hamburg Branch in cooperation with the DGLR and VDI invites you
to our next lecture which will take place on Thursday, 15th November
2012 at 18:00.



Title: Comprehensive Obsolescence Management Methods – an
Overview



Lecturer: Bjoern Bartels, MIB, Ind.-Eng, Senior Consultant -
Obsolescence Management Lead, ABSC GmbH, member of DDW-Group



Location: Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Berliner Tor 5
(Neubau), Hörsaal 01.12 starting at 18:00



Driven by rapid technological changes, new components are developed and
launched on the market with increasing speed. The result is a dramatic
change in production methods of all components and their market
availability. A growing industry sector is facing issues where life
cycles of products no longer fit together with life cycles of required
components. This issue is known as obsolescence, the status given to a
part when it is no longer available from its original manufacturer. The
problem of obsolescence is most prevalent for electronics technology,
wherein the procurement lifetimes for microelectronic parts are often
significantly shorter than the manufacturing and support life cycles for
the products that use the parts.
However, obsolescence extends beyond electronic components to other
items, such as materials, textiles, and mechanical parts. In addition,
obsolescence has been shown to appear for software, specifications,
standards, processes, and soft resources, such as human skills.
Participants of this lecture will learn that it is highly important to
implement and operate an active management of obsolescence to mitigate
and avoid extreme costs. The focus will be on comprehensive obsolescence
management methods, such as reactive, proactive and strategic management.





Bjoern Bartels is a senior consultant and obsolescence management
competence lead with a masters degree in international business and a
German diploma in industrial engineering and business management. He has
been working with comprehensive obsolescence management practices and
methods for several years. He successfully developed, implemented and
managed reactive, proactive and strategic obsolescence management
systems within companies. In addition, he is the head author of the
publication "Strategies to the Prediction, Mitigation and Management of
Product Obsolescence”, a joint work with the CALCE Engineering Institute
of the University of Maryland.



Please pass this invitation to any friends or colleagues who may be
interested

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