Electronics are present in all aspects of modern life. The research and development required to maintain and improve efficiency and life span drives the industry forward, creating more sensitive and advanced devices at each step. The electronics industry is the economic sector that produces electronic devices.
The electronic device industry can be divided into two main subsectors: consumer electronics and industrial electronics. Consumer electronics are electronic devices that are used by the public, such as televisions, computers, smartphones, and tablets. Industrial electronics are electronic devices that are used in businesses and other industrial settings, such as medical devices, telecommunications equipment, and manufacturing automation systems.
Electronics industry research is conducted by a variety of organisations, including universities, government research laboratories, and private companies. Electronics companies typically invest heavily in R&D to maintain their competitive edge.
Electronic device research is essential to the continued development and innovation of the industry. By conducting research in new materials, devices, systems, and manufacturing processes, researchers are helping to create the future of electronics.
PI-KEM works with a wide range of customers in the electronics industry, including academic and commercial R&D teams, end users, universities, research institutes, design engineers, manufacturers, and OEMs. Our Business Development team works with customers to ensure they have the materials, equipment, and advice they need to progress their projects in-line with the constraints of their budget and timeline for completion.