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Traceability of Important Components

As a fundamental quality assurance measure, the complete traceability of electrical and electronic components is indispensable. Which components are considered critical is defined at the beginning of the production process. Components are, for example, labeled with barcodes upon delivery and can therefore be traced throughout their lifecycle. Thanks to the automated tracking of codes, complete documentation of components can be achieved.

Through these anticipatory actions a manufacturer can fulfill both regulatory requirements, as well as discover irregularities early in the production process. Exact cause analysis is also guaranteed, saving both time and money.

Manufacturers are often required by law to assume liability for equipment throughout its lifecycle. This makes it even more important to ensure that critical components are only constructed using original parts.

In areas where, for example, personal safety is of the utmost importance, the operation of equipment and machines is only permitted if they are constructed using original parts.

Acting with Foresight

During ongoing operation, it may become apparent that errors in a certain component occurred more frequently in a given production batch. Complete documentation provides the manufacturer with a tool for exchanging parts produced in this batch in a targeted and forward-looking manner. This can prevent complex recalls and further failures in the production line.

On-site inspections can be supported by the automatic recognition of installed modules and their cryptographically supported usage activation within the equipment. Exchanged original parts are recorded as “exchanged” and reported to the control center – depending on the connection of the systems – almost in real time


  • Digital traceability increases production quality and reduces follow-up costs
  • Complete documentation prevents unnecessary safety risks
  • Guarantee that only original components are being used
  • Early recognition of serial and batch failures and coordination of recall campaigns