Amplicon was approached by a market leading manufacturing company that required assistance with a new and upgraded electrical control system at a steel manufacturing planRead More
Amplicon works with system integrator to supply self-servicing kiosks and digital menu boards for global fast-food chain.Read More
Amplicon were approached by a customer in the healthcare sector to design and build an Embedded PC that would sit at the heart of an automated COVID testing systemRead More
Our customer, who builds runway lighting control systems around the world, worked with Amplicon to provide the reliability required to keep passengers safe when landing and taking off.Read More
Our customer required a compact and rugged system to monitor train point track circuits and ensure the safety of the trains.Read More
Our client required a flexible and robust embedded PC that could be integrated into the existing police infrastructure, to enable rapid ePolicing.
Saab Seaeye approached Amplicon with the requirement for a stable and repeatable control system for their new Cougar-XTi range of underwater ROV's.
Photek required an automated system to control the whole production process. Their goal was to improve the consistency of manufacturing by removing human error and thereby improve product quality.
Ingenia Technology Limited approached Amplicon looking for a partner who could configure a cabinet of pre-specified equipment.
Cefas approached the market seeking a supplier of high-end computer platforms to run their 3D sonar mapping system onboard the Cefas Endeavour, for which Amplicon were chosen.
Milk Studios is based in London and is home to producer engineer Tom Aitkenhead. The studio offers bands and instrumentalists an opportunity to record their music in state of the art surroundings, using industry-leading software by AVID, Pro Tools HD3.
We were approached by the chief experimental officer for the Environmental Flow Research Centre at the University of Surrey to upgrade an existing temperature monitoring and control system that simulates layered atmospheric conditions in their environmental flow laboratory.
In the fast-growing Russian economy, ACTIS is a leading supplier of high-quality bottles to the brewing industry. To meet increasing demand, ACTIS decided to increase capacity and set up a new production line.
Due to the increased number of defective parts resulting in high manufacturing costs, our client needed a test system to test and measure the photovoltaic cell characteristics of their solar panels.
The design and supply of a data acquisition system that was able to withstand the harsh environment and offer the 24/7 continual operation needed in a critical industrial application.
A large systems integrator in the rail market approached Amplicon to provide a rail approved hardware solution for their project. The Central Line of London Underground required a complete update of its signalling system using a new form of Automatic Train Protection and Automatic Train Control.
Amplicon were approached by a leading contractor for the London Underground JNUP project to supply industrial computers capable of meeting the stringent approvals required by London Underground.
Amplicon was approached by one of the world's leading suppliers of non-destructive rail testing systems with the requirement for a highly fault-tolerant industrial PC platform to enable monitoring of the rail surface from both rail and road vehicles.
Amplicon were approached by a start-up company back in 2006. The technical director had an idea for bringing free to air satellite channels into the luxury hotel market.
Amplicon was approached by a government-funded research institute tasked with investigating the world's climate.
A well-known Test & Measurement company approached Amplicon to provide a solution to add PCI slots & extra hard drives.