As an expert for over 15 years in the Civil Avionics & Defense market, LACROIX Electronics will assist you from the design phase to the manufacturing of electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies.
From Design for eXcellence to rapid prototyping of boards, and from industrialisation to continued operational use of the products, we have a complete range of services as well as dedicated means to meet the expectations of the leaders of the Civil Avionics & Defense sector.
Thanks to centralised and efficient services such as project management, purchasing and supply chain, we provide our customers with the strength of our international group. Thus our complementary factories offer cost-optimised solutions, from the small to average series of electronic assemblies that are often very complex.
Our experts have mastered multiple assembly processes, such as wire modifications, bonding, opening, resinning, burn-in and a wide range of tests in accordance with the IPC A610 class III standards and the requirements of our customers.
Our teams of experts work every day to design and manufacture electronic systems on board the largest carriers such as the A320, the A350, the B787 or the B777. From cabin configuration, to steering assistance systems to energy management functions, LACROIX Electronics supports major equipment manufacturers in the sector with their most sensitive applications:
The industrialisation and production capacities of LACROIX Electronics combined with the expertise of partners such as AUSY constitute a reliable industrial offer based on a process combining flexibility and proximity.
The AUSY-LACROIX Electronics joint venture relies on the mastery of the most demanding quality standards (EN9100, DO254, DO178, DO160, PART21, PART145) to create together high-value added electronic equipment, from the design in engineering offices to mass production of electronic assemblies and sub-assemblies in severe environments.
Thanks to training centres incorporated in our factories and a culture of quality based on continuous improvement and “lean management”, our experts meet the quality requirements of our customers. Finally, the PART 21 G and PART 145 aeronautical production and maintenance approvals allow us to release electronic equipment for airlines with their EASA Form One certificates of airworthiness.