Public consultation on Low Voltage Directive


Mains powered electrical equipment / electronic products placed on the market in the EU must be designed and manufactured in accordance with the CE marking requirements of the Low Voltage Directive LVD 2014/35/EU. The European Commission is currently undertaking a Public Consultation Exercise to evaluate whether the Low Voltage Directive is fit for purpose in terms of effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, … Read More

CircuitWorx welcomes new hardware engineer!


Last week we welcomed Richard Apsey to our team! Richard joins us from his previous role as a principle engineer at a large design consultancy where he worked for just over 7 years in an ISO13485 quality managed environment. He brings with him over 20 years of product design experience and is a chartered member of the Institute of Engineering … Read More

The importance of promoting STEM skills in education


Here at CircuitWorx we think it’s fantastic news that the Department for Education has chosen to establish a National Centre for Computing Education, with the aim of driving excellence in computing across England. In November 2017, the government announced £84 million of funding for computing in order to increase the number of pupils in schools and colleges who study computer … Read More

CircuitWorx & Selva at the Advanced Engineering Show 2018


You can find us on stand R5 at the Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham today and tomorrow. Find out more about how we work, our design process and see some examples of our work! Plus Selva Electronique are there to showcase their incredible manufacturing capabilities. Hope to see you there!  

Funding and tax relief to aid product design costs


The UK’s Open Innovation Loans Competition is now open for applications and this is the final scheduled competition in Innovate UK’s £50m pilot programme. The programme was created with small businesses and start-ups in mind, to support them on the road to commercial success with their design projects. Here at CircuitWorx we think this is a fantastic scheme, and not … Read More

Expansion plans well underway with renovations at new premises


CircuitWorx had a team trip out last week to visit our new offices and see the progress of the work being done on the building. We’re only going up the road into neighbouring village; West Dean, but the building is going to be much more spacious and a better fit for our ever-growing team! The land was previously used as … Read More

Winners! ‘Start-Up Of The Year’ at the British Engineering Excellence Awards


We’re over-the-moon to have been honoured with an award for ‘Start-Up Of The Year’ at the prestigious British Engineering Excellence Awards. Co-founders and company directors, Carl Matthews and Rob Steel, received the award at the annual London gala luncheon at the County Hall in London last week. The company was recognised for its business growth, quality of engineering and design … Read More

Leader Board Success at Salisbury Escape Rooms


We had a great team building afternoon last week at Salisbury Escape Rooms. We split into two teams, with Team 2 making it to the leader board and Team 1 only just missing out, not bad going!   We’ll definitely be going back for their next scenario when it’s ready, if only to carry on our new found rivalry!  

TWO nominations again in the British Engineering Excellence Awards!


We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for two categories again for this year’s BEEAs! The nominees were announced on Monday by MA Business, publishers of New Electronics and Eureka magazines. Here’s a snippet from the press release: “for nearly ten years the British Engineering Excellence Awards have been the benchmark for great British engineering design and set the standard to which … Read More

CircuitWorx expands software team


We love designing and developing electronic products for our clients, and we’re delighted to have strengthened our software expertise recently by welcoming Jon to the team. Jon brings with him decades of both software and electronics experience, and has got stuck in straight away working on several projects developing embedded firmware, PC application software and even some hardware too. Jon … Read More