Programmed devices are now part of our everyday lives; applications from tumble driers to trains, airliners to air conditioning. Our clients exist almost everywhere, in every market and in every industry sector. Not surprisingly therefore we have built strong links with organisations renowned for their demanding levels of service and quality.
In the Automotive industry, where our microchip programming services are key in providing value added services used in the production of car airbags, braking systems and even Formula1 cars. Increasingly, electronics is becoming a significant cost of a new car. In 2020, 40% of the cost of a new car is attributed to the electronic systems. These include infotainment, driver safety and engine management systems all of which contain programmable microprocessors or microcontrollers. At Action Circuits we process millions of parts for the automotive sector with the capability and production processes to continually adapt to new emerging technologies.
In the Aerospace industry, where reliability, and confidence in that reliability, are key; And in the semiconductor supply chain where our level of IC programming service has allowed us to build relationships unique within this competitive market.
Medical electronics is an exciting area which we are proud to be a part off. New developments and product innovation is invariably underpinned by state of the art electronic systems which require the latest programmable devices. We have partnerships with many of the leading medical electronics companies or their appointed contract manufacturers and component suppliers.
Communications and wireless is being introduced into so many more products from high volume commercial electronics applications to low volume high value specialist areas. We can provide an IC programming service for high and low volume batches with equal levels of quality and service.
Power Management and renewable energy sources all require electronic systems to control and manage the output. We are involved in both the programming and re-packaging of electronic components destined for the production lines which manufacture the electronic modules used in these products.
The applications for semiconductor devices that we program, mark and reel, and the scope of those applications increases daily. Meeting these increasing demands makes demands upon our own organisation.
Demand in investment, in training and in sheer business imagination. They are the challenges which as in the past, we are committed to meeting in the future.