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AES offers you a one stop shop for your product design, development and assembly. From initial concept, AES can assist with the key stages of rapid prototyping,


design for manufacture of electronic and electro-mechanical devices.


AES is an ISO 9001:2008 accredited manufacturer servicing a range of sectors including Fire and Security,


Original equipment OEM Automotive


Medical and assisted living Aerospace


Retail and commercial


Our culture is based upon an open, partnership approach with the focus on the development of enduring business relationships. Our commitment to continuous improvement and an open book approach has helped us develop successive generations of products with a number of clients. We offer scheduled manufacture and batch production services for both the electronics and mechanical enclosures AES can assist with both new product innovation and product development. We think of the development process as a series of logical steps in a chain and we are able to offer one or more of the key steps to fit in with yourrequirements.


• Product specification


• Conceptual designs for style and function • Prototype production including printed circuit boards and enclosures • Cad drawings, layouts, concepts, styling and e-drawings


• Rapid prototypes Plastic and metal enclosures for form and fit evaluation • Software development Functional software for testing and simulation • Pre-production models for testing and evaluation trials prior to full production • Design for manufacture - turning good ideas and prototype designs in to viable products.


• Product rationalisation; to meet cost and quality requirements. • Product manufacture including {assembled pcbs; wiring and sub assemblies using moulded or CNC produced enclosures} • Future proofing


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