Research and Development
Protechnic’s founder Keith Judson is a former Rolls Royce graduate engineer whose career was founded on innovation and as such research and development has and will continue to be at the forefront of The Protechnic business. Our products are under constant review as we seek to maintain and improve on the clear USP that our cases bring to the market place.
Based upon the simple engineering principles of designing lighter and stronger, Protechnic is able to offer a series of ground breaking case for all applications that include the Smart Case, Exo Case and soon to be introduced Nio Case. Both the Smart Case and Exo Case have achieved a wide market appeal and we are certain the Nio Case will achieve the same level of acceptance.
The Exo Case in particular is a marvel of modular engineering where key aspects of the design have achieving patented recognition and where the modular design allows us to optimize on a case size relative to the our customers specific requirements. The approach taken by the company in respect to research and development is typified in the following example and follows an approach from a large educational establishment during 2014. Protechnic were invited in to solve a logistic problem associated with the secure storage and handling of multiple iPad devises. Not only were we able to offer a unique solution to their storage problem but in true fashion Keith looked beyond this requirement and set about developing an IPAD charging and synchronization station to handle up to 16 IPADS simultaneously and so the Multipad™ www.multipad.com product was born and launched at the British Educational Training and Technology (BETT) show at the Excel Exhibition Centre in London in January 2014.
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