Circuit Solutions Joins All Flex, Printed Circuits at AUVSI

August 12-15, 2013

Circuit Solutions International has announced that All Flex Flexible Circuits and Printed Circuits, Inc. are featured exhibitors at the upcoming 2013 AUVSI Unmanned Systems Symposium, which will be held at the Walter Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., August 12-15, 2013.


The role of the UAV is growing at an unprecedented rate. Rapid advances in technology are enabling more and more capability to be placed on smaller airframes. These advances are spurring a large increase in the number of UAVs deployed both on the battlefield and for domestic missions across multiple law enforcement and commercial sectors.

At AUVSI, attendees can explore the latest technology in the market from more than 600 innovating companies. The expansive exhibit hall will showcase the latest technology in unmanned systems, with live air, ground and maritime demonstrations and miniaturized systems in action on the show floor

In addition to Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) missions, the role of the UAV has expanded to include areas of Electronic Attack (EA), strike missions, suppression/destruction of enemy air defense, network node, communication relay, and Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR).

The AUVSI 2013 Symposium will feature the latest innovations in these incredible systems and the role of flexible and rigid-flex circuitry in advanced military/aerospace and commercial UAV systems.

Bob Burns and Matt Tannehill of Printed Circuits, Inc. (booth #2049), and Dave Becker of All Flex (booth #2455) will be joined by Mike Brown of Interconnect Design Solutions and John Vaughan of Circuit Solutions International to showcase and review manufactured samples of their technology applications and to discuss some of the most challenging circuitry requirements in this industry.

Featured Product

PQ12-R Micro Linear Servo

PQ12-R Micro Linear Servo

The PQ12-R series of linear servos are the smallest affordable linear servo on the market today. Small enough to fit inside a tic tac box, it's very powerful with a maximum force of over 11lbs. It operates as a direct plug-and-play replacement for standard rotary servos, using the same standard 3 wire connector. Regardless of how you drive your servos, be it with an RC receiver, an Arduino board, or a VEX micro-controller, the PQ12-R servo will function in place of a regular servo, but with the added benefit of providing linear motion. They're available in a 20mm stroke coupled with gear ratio options of 30:1, 63:1 and 100:1 cover a large variety of applications. Our PQ12 is popular used in a variety of robotics applications, medical devices, radio control and 3D printable bionic hands. Our PQ12 is proudly designed in Canada by our in-house team of engineers and thoroughly tested before leaving our facility.