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Electronics for transportation industry

Electronics Contract Manufacturing

Electronics for the Transportation Industry

Public Transit. Autonomous Vehicles. Shared Mobility.

A Foundation of Success

Matric has won awards for maintaining on-time delivery.  The award qualifications include:

  • A level of quality of less than 3,000 DPM, or 99.7%;
  • On-time delivery of 95% or better;
  • A minimum sales total.

If you would like more information about how a full-service contract manufacturer can augment the abilities of your company and your equipment in the transportation industry, fill out the form, let us know how we can help, and we will send you more information on what Matric can do for you.


Almost every industry uses instrumentation equipment for precise measurements of variables like temperature, pressure, and time. 

Behind these critical instrumentations are fundamental design principles that ensure safe usage and accurate results each time. 


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Safety Standards For Electronics Contract Manufacturing:

Whether it's integrated GPS, weather monitoring software, or lane keep assist, most of us put our lives in the hands of transportation electronics. 

These electronics should meet Intrinsically Safe (IS) standards. IS products allow for safe operation in hazardous environments by limiting the amount of electrical and thermal energy available for ignition. 

Put simply, intrinsically safe products don't require enough electricity and don't produce enough heat to ignite while in use

Electronics that meet intrinsically safe standards will prevent: 

  • Internal sparks
  • Overheating
  • Short-circuiting

Remanufacturing Electronics: 

As the transportation industry advances, the increase in technological integrations means more breakdowns and shutdowns. Some systems even 5 to 10 years old can be rendered obsolete as more modern and advanced technology is adopted. 

As integrated components become outdated and break down, remanufacturing is a cost-effective solution for companies that may not have the funding or time for an entire overhaul project. 

Remanufacturers find creative ways to bring existing boards back to life. 


Benefits of Remanufacturing:

  • Saves money. Boards with few electronic components probably aren’t worth scrapping altogether when a few simple fixes will suffice
  • Even if you didn't buy the original product from us, Matric can remanufacture your product
  • Prolong the life cycle of equipment in the field. Aftermarket services can minimize downtime and keep the revenue flowing. Public transportation can take decades to fund, not to mention the public inconvenience of delays and aging infrastructure
  • Lowers warranty expenses. Make repairs instead of having to use a new product or scrapping the old boards
  • Conduct failure analysis. The remanufacturer will log every repair. Discover what’s failing so you can re-engineer for the next generation
  • Reduce environmental impact of your operation by limiting e-waste


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Aftermarket Services

Aftermarket services, much like remanufacturing, allow ECMs to preserve current equipment while saving on costly redesigns. Aftermarket services include: 

Cleaning, Testing, & Inspection

Your aftermarket services provider should keep your PCBs clear of dust and grime in order to reduce the risk of fire.

Routine testing and inspection services can help prevent machinery malfunction and full system or line breakdowns. 

Component-level Troubleshooting

Skilled technicians are able to service electronic products down to the component level using through-holes or simultaneous multi-threading. 

Recalibration & Repair

Your aftermarket services provider will be able to:
  • Refurbish used machines
  • Revise product software
  • Remanufacture any warn-down specialty parts
  • Provide in-the-field service

Data Analysis

To avoid obsolescence and potential incompatibility risks, aftermarket services providers keep extensive logs of all changes and updates made to your equipment. This ensures pinpoint accuracy when trouble shooting for problems.  

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