Making things easy
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY markets a broad spectrum of top-quality industrial displays to customers in a number of industries ranging from process automation and machinery manufacturing to IT. A high level of vertical integration enables the company to keep a large portion of the value-add chain in house. Because ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY offers all the familiar advantages of a mid tier company, it has the flexibility to accommodate the wide-ranging needs of its customers.
The product portfolio extends from simple seven-segment instrumentation displays to sophisticated color touchpanel displays for use as HMI or in complex system controllers. The wide-ranging portfolio includes for example products designed for extremly low power consumtion as well as display modules for special markets and applications such as Cyrillic fonts.
The company philosophy at ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY is based on a simple vision. The senior management team of Stefan Eber and Carola Wittmann along with the entire staff is fully focused on “making things easy”. This vision is reflected in the design of the company's products. The displays have a built-in controller which makes things a lot easier for design engineers. High-level language functions eliminate the need for system-level programming by the customer. The display controllers are shipped with an extensive set of sophisticated, pre-packaged graphic functions such as animation and bargraphs. Developers can access these features with simple function calls. There is no need to write and test assembler programs for these functions. Many of the displays run right out of the box. The customer can get products to market much quicker and at lower cost.
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY has its own engineering development group and helps shape the technological landscape. In-house production, which is not necessarily the norm in today's market environment, puts the company in full control of quality and gives it that little bit of extra flexibility which from the customer perspective often makes the crucial difference. The success of ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY is reflected in the construction of new facilities in Gilching which have been the company's new home.