Astute’s design engineering team of highly experienced technical advisors, provide component engineering support across all of our franchises, modifying and adapting for your projects, and supporting you throughout the design cycle.
Our dedicated service for design engineers, harnesses the expertise of our experienced product managers and application engineers across interconnect, memory, passive, discrete, power supplies, and cable assembly, as well as the backing and partnership of many franchised component manufacturers.
250+ Years Experience
Tomorrow’s tech today
Astute’s franchise product team epitomises their commitment to ‘Tomorrow’s Tech Today’, providing hands-on design consultations and workshops. They work intimately with design teams to introduce modern technology, modify existing solutions, and accelerate innovation cycles.
AS9120B & AS6081 Certification
AS9120 ensures traceability for the procurement of parts, materials and assemblies sold into the aerospace industry. Astute’s operations align with AS6081, offering robust protection against counterfeit electronic parts. They were the first European distributor to attain the AS6081 standard, highlighting their commitment to quality and reliability in electronic component distribution.
Astute engineer components to your needs, supported all the way directly by the manufacturer.
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