This is a cross-sector forum bringing together designers and manufacturers of technology products across a broad range of sectors and includes both SME Suppliers and UK tier1 Electronics Systems manufacturers.
This specially formed working group is focussing on driving through reform of the UK Export Controls system which has been highlighted by Electronics manufacturing members as unfairly restricting UK exports of Electronic Components.
The Medical Electronics group will work with the Health & Social Care programme to discuss technology issues for products designed for Smart Health
This groups comprises members from the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) manufacturing industry, which is arguably the bedrock of the electronics industry, together with members from the wider printed electronics industry
This group comprises company who are designing and manufacturing Electronic Systems that are used in Smart Systems, such as IoT, Smart City, Smart transportation, Smart Industry, etc.
The Wireless Comms Special Interest Group (SIG) comprises companies and research organisations in the supply chain for current and future Wireless Communications Technologies from Antenna design and manufacture through to Layer 2 Comms infrastructure.
techUK's electronics programme has been specifically designed to support the UK's electronics industry.
The groups that manage activity for the electronics programme.
Our regular programme of activity – including conferences, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
From news and views to meeting notes, reports and consultation documents. Find them here.
The many benefits of involvement in our electronics programme
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