Designing long-lifecycle systems goes hand-in-hand with long-term decision making when it comes to your embedded platforms. If chosen carefully, these decisions can help you avoid a myriad of minor inconveniences and potential system-scrapping problems years or even decades down the road, depending on the application.
For example, issues like equipment wear and tear and outright component obsolescence are inevitable in any long-lifecycle deployment. So, rather than redesigning or retrofitting an entire piece of electronic machinery, why not just find a form, fit, and functional match?
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