ALL Circuits to Inaugurate New Design Facility


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On April 2nd, ALL Circuits will inaugurate their new design office at the Electronic Technocampus in Angers, a couple of hours southwest of Paris, France. The move solidifies ALL Circuits’ commitment to support their customers throughout the product lifecycle, including the innovation and design phase. It’s also testament to ALL Circuits’ commitment to support IoT developments, startups and creativity in the region through the new Cité de l’objet connecté, or City of Connected Objects.

The new Electronic Technocampus in Angers, France, is part of the regions development and promotion of IoT, of Industry 4.0 and of technological innovation. "Since its creation, La Cité has played a pioneering role in new uses of IoT, with 450 projects supported. Now supported by the entire electronics industry, it will undoubtedly continue to play a role accelerating innovation for companies in the region, and beyond! "Says Sebastien Chatelier, CEO of éolane and former President of the Cité de l’objet connecté. Inaugurating on April 25, this new tool will be based on the integration of the activities of the Cité de l'objet connecté and the creation of a new network of technological innovation equipment for industry 4.0, dedicated to electronic assembly.

Arnaud Nicolas, ALL Circuits director of R&D, explains, “We are delighted with the development of our R&D activity, customers are already seeing real value in having the design and industrialization under one roof. This move to the Electronic Technocampus will give us space to grow and put us at the center of an entire innovation ecosystem that will include prototype manufacturing alongside research and development.”

ALL Circuits are already undertaking R&D projects for new and existing customer in various industrial fields including automotive, energy and IoT. ALL Circuits, President & CEO, Bruno Racault, added, “With this move to a new facility and our recent factory opening in Guadalajara, ALL Circuits continues to grow its services, both geographically and up and down the value chain. We have always been focused on deliver what our customers tell us they want, and these developments follow that strategy.”

ALL Circuits R&D facility in Angers will be opened by Christophe BÉCHU, President of Angers Loire Métropole and Mayor of Angers in the presence of media, executives from ALL Circuits, their customers and suppliers.

 

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