20 June 2018
LACROIX ElectronicsSmart Industry
Expert in electronic design and production of embedded systems and connected objects, LACROIX Electronics is changing to better support its customers in their innovative projects. Projected in the management of an electronic product from the customer’s point of view, we concretely present the solutions we plan to simplify both our customers and employees lives :
In an increasingly connected world where B2C universe is a benchmark, the electronics industry must move to meet the expectations of its customers in the short and long term. By working on a more and more intelligent, digitized and automated plant, we develop innovations to strive towards the requirements of major industrial, automobile, aerospace, industrial and home automation customers or the medical.
Most projects respond to a logic of complex and diversified products where quality, deadlines and competitiveness remain the pillars of customers expectations but are not enough to convince. The speed, reliability and flexibility of factories are also crucial in the decision-making circle of the contractor.
Labeled by the Future Industry Alliance as a showcase in France, LACROIX Electronics acts at the heart of a dynamic and innovative ecosystem to rethink the electronic industry of tomorrow. Through our actions in the We Network cluster, we contributed to the roadmap drafting for the electronic production sector “Towards the electronic industry of the future”.
Our Smart Industry project is above all a long-term transformation plan with concrete, completed, ongoing or planned projects in the coming months or years. The company is already investing in several projects such as :
“One of the major challenges of this program is the opening of our organization to our ecosystem. Suppliers, customers or partners will need to be able to access their data in real time, so that the entire value chain gains flexibility speed, reliability and competitiveness.
A prerequisite to support the innovations of our customers. Collaborative work in agile mode between our experts and our partners is already present but will be facilitated in the future via the symbiosis of digital tools. Borders will be increasingly thin among all members of the ecosystem.”