Digicon is a Brazilian company that was founded in 1977. During the first years of its creation Digicon was manufacturing high - precision measuring systems for machine. Currently the company has expanded its field of actions in order to include the design and development of electromechanical equipment for different market needs. Additionally, Digicon creates components for the aerospace market. The facilities of the company are strategically placed in locations easily accessible by road and air. The headquarters are located in the municipality of Gravataí, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Digicon and there is also an office in Alphaville, Barueri, a municipality near the city of São Paulo.
The main products of the company includes: access controllers (turnstiles), traffic controllers, parking control systems (parking meters), automatic ticketing systems for urban transportation, peripherals for the plastic transformation industry and components for the aerospace market. Regarding its activities in the aerospace market, Digicon has been a supplier of the Brazilian aerospace sector since 1986. It began by supplying equipment used in military products, satellites, and in the aeronautics industry. Until then Digicon has won new and important customers. The main reason behind this successful process is the constant training of its specialized teams, the improvements in its quality systems and finally the investments made in new manufacturing, measuring and testing facilities and equipment. Nowadays, Digicon’s panels and electronic subsystems are used in Brazilian satellites and the company’s aeronautic components can be found in commercial aircraft all over the world.
The manufacture of Digicon aeronautical components complies with its customer’s designs and special process specifications, within, of course, the bounds of accepted industry quality standards. A modern machine shop allied to a variety of in-house special processes gives Digicon the ability to offer its clients reduced lead times, quality assurance, new process development and full logistics at competitive pricing.
In its constant search to improve technology and operational systems Digicon managed to align its quality system to ISO 9001 standards in 1995. This goal was reached after eight months of integrated effort by all company sectors and employees.
Based on the solid experience that it has gained throughout its 30 years of existence,
Digicon was able to successfully enter the aeronautical market and deliver consistent quality production parts at competitive prices. The company’s Aeronautical Components department vision is to continue to develop it’s current capabilities and product offerings and additionally to look for new opportunities that would be able to leverage the experience of the Digicon Group in electronic board production and testing, cabling, final product assembly, sheet metal processing and many others.