New, cross-discipline creative team officially launched at Science and Innovation 2015 will revolutionise the design and development process for electronics equipment
Stratford-upon-Avon, 17 June 2015: This year’s Science and Innovation Conference saw the launch of a new innovative company – Anangke Technology – which aspires to be the creative seat in corporations’ boardrooms.
Inspired by Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works project – where a division of the aerospace company is autonomous and unhampered by bureaucracy in order to complete advanced and challenging projects – Anangke Technology applies the same vision to the field of electronics equipment.
By drawing on the know-how of a cross-sector team of leading experts – covering areas such as medical, automotive, oil and gas, industrial, military, renewables, communications, security and infrastructure – Anangke Technology has an unparalleled bank of knowledge, able to identify areas in companies’ creative processes that can be improved through use of innovative technologies and the Internet of Things.
In his seminar launching the company at the QEII Conference Centre, Anangke Technology’s Managing Director and founder of AES Nigel Maris said: “Through my experience with AES and throughout my career working with large corporate companies, I have really noticed the need for a more joined-up, creative approach.
“Every company needs to maintain its competitive edge and the way we can achieve that for our partners is through disruptive innovation. We have the capability to bring this creative, joined-up thinking to all products and sectors, helping companies tackle the creative problems that they may not even know they currently have or don’t have the resource to exploit. We have the ability to bring to life products by using the Internet of Things and in turn add value.”
All of these improvements, Maris told the packed auditorium, fit under the umbrella of innovation. Anangke Technology aspires to become this seat at its partners’ board tables, helping the business become more competitive and gain a larger portion of the revenue and profitability that is available.
Anangke’s sister company AES has produced electronics devices for applications across multiple sectors – such as automotive, medical, security and aerospace – since 2009. It has always been focused on providing a focused design and manufacturing service to meet the requirements of its corporate clients.
Anangke Technology takes this process one step further. By having a lean, yet world class team of sector specialists, it is able to provide fast-response expert guidance alongside the technical and design expertise AES has built up over the years. This means that partners will benefit from tailored advice throughout the entire process – from design, to manufacture, to distribution.
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