Obsolescence could be defined as the dark side of relentless innovation. The more manufacturers in every industry, including the electrical and electronics sector, come up with new designs and improved products, the faster the previous ones become obsolete.
Geneva, Switzerland, 2017-10-03 – Electricity is the life-blood of economies both in developed and developing countries where it increasingly impacts transportation, manufacturing, healthcare and all aspects of everyday life. It’s absence and any interruption in supply is vividly felt
From tiny components that drive sensors or computers to everyday household equipment, entertainment systems and every other electrical or electronic device you can think of…billions of devices and systems depend on IEC work. We also develop the protocols for cloud computi