Your partner in the development of industrial automation
Our application engineers and design teams, along with our franchised component manufacturers, can work with your team to mitigate the potential for future
component scarcity or obsolescence at the concept and prototype stage.
We maintain that support throughout your product’s entire life cycle – protecting you from counterfeit parts from cradle to grave and retaining a long-term supply of genuine parts through Astute’s own nitrogen storage.
With manufacturers facing growing cost pressures, Astute also offers you scalable solutions to asset tracking and collaboration systems to support all operational efficiencies.
Astute’s component expertise covers a vast range of industrial applications. Our franchise partners have all been specially selected for their ability to support diverse manufacturing and industrial sectors as well as their Mil-Grade and Hi-Rel components.
- 70+ Hi-Rel Franchise Partners
- Cyber Essentials security certification
Our Scope of Supply
Electronics. Electro-mechanical. Electrical consumables. Mechanical. Service provisions kitting. IT hardware. Cable assemblies. Consumables. Obsolescence Management. Hand tools. Communication Segments & Interfaces, Control Devices, Machine Vision Systems, Robotics and Sensors. Components for systems across Programmable Logic Controllers, Control and Data Acquisition, Enterprise Resource and Planning, Distributed Control, Human Machine Interfaces, Product Lifecycle Management and Manufacturing Execution Systems.
Serviceable Asset Location & Utilisation System (SALUS)
Astute’s SALUS accurately tracks and reports on the location, status, and condition of high-value equipment and devices both indoors and outdoors across different areas and buildings on your sites. SALUS condition and status monitoring can dramatically increase productivity, reduce management costs, and increase operational efficiency.
“The Industry 4.0 evolution to a fully digital production environment, has the potential to greatly increase resource optimisation and overall business returns across manufacturing.”
Franchise Division Manager
Technical design support and distribution of 70+ component manufacturers.
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