Wideblue and A2E to showcase cutting-edge production d&d at Censis 2022 in Glasgow

Barry Warden (Wideblue MD)

WIDEBLUE and A2E, both multi-award-winning product design and development specialists, will be showcasing the latest in product design at Censis 2022.

Wideblue will be demonstrating its expertise in optoelectronics and medical device development at the exhibition, which takes place in Glasgow on 29 September 2022.Wideblue has been working at the cutting edge of product development and design since 2006, and is now seen as one of the UK’s leading experts. Wideblue has seen a large increase inits turnover over the last twelve months, with its headcount increasing to 24.

Wideblue managing director, Barry Warden, said: “We are delighted to be attending Censis which is regarded as the premier show for innovation in imaging, sensing and IoT technologies. It is a great forum for meeting new customers, sharing best practice and finding out the latest developments in these fields.We have been working on various leading-edge optoelectronics andmedical device projects which we are delighted to be showcasing. Many of the projects we work on are first of their kind often using ground-breakingtechnologies.”

Exhibiting alongside Wideblue at Censis is A2E, a sister company in the Pivot International group which celebrates 50 years in business this year.Established in 2002, A2E delivers innovative hardware and software design services across a range of industries. To date A2E has worked on 400 projects for 120 customers.

David Ross, managing director, A2E, comments: “Over the past ten years, A2E has developed expertise across a host of sectors, ranging from producing ATEX compliant sensors for oil and gas, to creating smart metering technologies for the utilities sector. Quality underpins everything we do, clients come to us with engineering and electronics problems and we deliver solutions. With the backing of Pivot International we are growing and poised to expand rapidly in the coming year.”

In 2019, A2E became part of Kansas-based Pivot International offering access to an additional 105 development engineers worldwide as well as Pivot’s global manufacturing capabilities. Together with its sister company in the Pivot group, Glasgow-based Wideblue, the two companies can provide a complete end-to-end product solution from concept and prototyping to full commercialisation and manufacture.

For more information about Wideblue please visit www.wide-blue.com.

For more information about A2E please visit http://www.a2etech.com/.

For more information about Pivot International please visit www.pivotint.com.

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