Tuesday, 11 December 2018

Looking Forward to 2019

Over the course of 2018, SCHURTER has seen a real need for its products in a range of sectors. As technology within the medical and automotive industries continue to advance rapidly, SCHURTER has invested in developing the latest technology to suit our customers requirements.


For 2019, SCHURTER will exhibit for another year at Southern Manufacturing, PCB Live and EDS. The business are pleased to announce that they will also be exhibiting at Med-Tech. A specific exhibition designed for manufacturers and suppliers within the medical industry. As commented earlier in the year, there is a real need within the medical sector to implement touchscreen technology and our electronic components such as the V-Lock and EMC products are a necessity to any medical business.

Innovative Technology

SCHURTER will continue to reach out to its customers offering solution specific products by advancing the rang of circuit protection products, suitable for the developing automotive industry in electric cars. Providing safe&easy solutions to battery management systems built with AEC-Q200 and IATF-16949 capabilities.

Latest Developments

There have also been new developments in larger displays with ultra-thin borders and the controls of machines using dual screens. These developments allow SCHURTER to adapt and design new products from industry trends, offering new fully customisable options.

One of the latest developments is fold-able touchscreens. Technology giants like Samsung, have taken this challenge on and succeeded in introducing this technology into consumer markets. With SCHURTER's in-house knowledge and expertise, features of this technology could be introduced in 2019 enabling the businesses to gain from the benefits available in the consumer markets.

SCHURTER are looking forward to see what challenges 2019 will bring and adopting the latest industry trends into their technology.

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