Introducing Icom-Scottech Ltd

Offering a range of contract electronic manufacturing services from design to full production.

ICOM-Scottech can offer quick turn around prototypes and volume PCB assembly from its high speed SMT lines, as well as conventional through hole assembly. In addition to test and box build services, we are well positioned to support customers in all aspects of electronics manufacturing.

 A complete “open approach” from the outset, where the skills, resources and facilities of Icom-Scottech can be perceived as an extension of your organisation and business. Customers have direct communications with engineers whose remit is to provide a direct link with all manufacturing and technical aspects of the product program. This link can commence at the design stage, where our engineers contribute to design for manufacture and continue throughout the production demand cycle.

 ICOM-Scottech are a proud member of the Made in Britain initiative.

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Maxim aims at USB-C power delivery and two cell charging

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BSI weaves formal framework around automated driving

The British Standards Institution has published its the first taxonomy for specifying the operational design domain of automated driving systems. ‘PAS 1883 Operational design domain (ODD) taxonomy for automated driving systems (ADS)’ is a specification intended to help enable safe automated driving by defining a common language for describing the operating conditions, such type of roads, traffic …

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