AWS Electronics Group to exhibit at world leading defence and security event, DSEI 2017

AWS, one of Europe’s leading specialist electronics manufacturing service providers, will be showcasing their capabilities at the bi-annual Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) show on stand S2-289, from 12th – 15th September 2017, at the ExCel Centre in London. The last event, which took place in 2015, attracted 36,800 VIPs and visitors and this is set to increase further this year, bringing the entire supply chain together ‘on an unrivalled scale’.

With over 18 years of experience in the defence, security and aerospace sectors, AWS is underpinned by the achievement of approvals such as AS9100 and NADCAP, along with several customer awards. Skilled in complex box builds, PCBAs and cables to military standards, AWS manufacture a wide range of products including power and control systems, radar systems and more.

Most recently, AWS Fast Track has worked alongside a leading UK defence company in producing PCBAs for prototype builds of Anti-UAV Systems and Aircraft Communication Equipment. With operational prototype units now in the field, preparation for production is likely to take place in the coming months. In addition, AWS has recently completed an urgent order for a large defence customer in relation to their police helicopter communication equipment. The project consisted of 14 different unit assemblies, 100+ sub unit assemblies, 100+ cable assemblies and 40+ PCBAs, which AWS successfully completed within the required timeframe.

Paul Deehan, CEO comments: “We are delighted to be showcasing on our stand again at DSEI. This has always been a very good exhibition event for us and we look forward to seeing many of our customers at the show as well as discussing projects and opportunities with new entities.”

AWS are accomplished in providing whole-life support services to customers looking for high reliability and leading-edge electronics technology, and will be demonstrating this at the DSEI show. All are welcome to Stand S2-289.

www.awselectronicsgroup.com

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