Missile Launcher - Thales
Qualification equipment - ASML
Fluido - The Surgical Company
Demcon is a supplier of high-tech mechatronic systems. It combines expertise, analytical insight and creativity to create the synergy of mechanics, electronics and (embedded) software known as mechatronics.
The core business of Demcon focuses on the design, development and construction of high-end mechatronic systems, product development of test and qualification equipment, industrial equipment and professional products. The Demcon expertise covers a broad spectrum of disciplines such as mechatronics, precision engineering, industrial design, optics, physics and prototyping. This makes Demcon the ideal partner for R&D divisions of companies searching for innovative concepts, specific expertise or feasibility prototypes.
Demcon operates in various markets (semi-conductor, aerospace & defense, medical devices & healthcare, food & nutrition, logistics & packaging industry), for companies such as Thales, ASML, Philips, Lambda Physik, Bronkhorst High-Tech, Friesland Foods, Unilever and The Surgical Company. Working with the leading companies in different markets keeps Demcon up to date with technological innovations. With fifty highly qualified employees Demcon can take part in development programs of any size and complexity.
An example of a high accuracy, time and cost efficient project is The Vehicle Mounted Missile Launcher. Within 42 weeks from specification to tested prototype, Demcon’s team designed, developed and constructed the mechanical and electrical hardware, and control software based on the xPC platform. Through this and similar projects, Demcon built up knowledge and experience of working under MIL Spec. conditions.
Since its establishment Demcon has acquired experience in collaborating with a wide variety of partners: large industrial clients, governmental bodies and research institutes. Today it is recognized as a company offering breakthrough solutions with rock solid engineering and implementation.
Last update by Dennis Schipper, Thu 21 Sep 2006