APPLYCON was founded in 2005 as a development and production firm.
Our main fields are: wearable electronics, intelligent textiles, connector technologies, and cable assemblies.
We specialize in applied development and manufacture using modern systems, materials and manufacturing designs.
The core of our company is our qualified workforce with many years of experience in fields such as connector technologies, cable assemblies, injection molding, injection mold construction, tool manufacture, electronic system design, final product design, and textile integration.
Thanks to the link between applied development and its use in manufacture, our interdisciplinary knowledge and know-how have made us an exciting and reliable partner of many Czech and foreign companies.
Our high level of commitment, quality, and flexibility are the driving force behind the development of our company.
New company headquarters
In 2015, the company moved from our old premises at no.12 Pallova Street in the city of Pilsen to our newly renovated building at no.1008 Sokolovská Street in the nearby town of Dobřany.
Thanks to our combined interdisciplinary knowledge, we are able to offer complex engineering solutions, especially in electronics, mechatronics, measuring equipment and instrumentation, as well as in the field of intelligent clothing and textile integration.
We have a great deal of experience in the fields of micro-mechanical solutions and connector technologies.
Wearable electronics, connecting modern electronic modules and their functions to a wide range of clothing, have been one the main pillars of our company since the very beginning.
We cooperate on numerous international projects and always strive to bring our partners new materials and technological know-how which we can further strengthen through prototyping and the manufacture of initial series’ of developed products.
We aspire to be a significant force in the field of wearable electronics and its integration into mass production.
We wish to continue our active cooperation with universities and other research organizations, using and adopting their know-how with the emphasis on industrialization and practical use.