Technical Terms

This glossary contains explanation of certain terms used in this Prospectus in connection with our Group and business. The terminologies and their meanings may not correspond to the standard industry meanings or usage of these terms. This glossary contains explanation of certain terms used in this Prospectus in connection with our Group and business. The terminologies and their meanings may not correspond to the standard industry meanings or usage of these terms. “01005 component” “1 k painting” “20” “2k painting” “3D” “acoustic chamber”
“AFH” “Android” “Bluetooth”
“Bluetooth Special Interest Group” “box-build assembly” “CE marking” “class 1Ok clean room” “cloud-based solutions” A component measuring 0.4 mm x 0.2 mm or 0.016 inches x 0.008 inches One component painting, where this paint does not require a hardener, catalyst or activator Two-dimensional, where perception incorporates length and breadth Two component painting, where this paint needs to be mixed with a hardener, catalyst or activator Three-dimensional, where perception incorporates length, breadth and depth A room for audio testing Adaptive Frequency Hopping, where there is a repeated switching of transmission between frequency channels to avoid interference A mobile operating system which is currently developed by Google and is used for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets A wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances (i.e. within a theoretical distance of 100 metres, In application, Bluetooth-enabled devices typically have an operating distance of 10 metres) using short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the ISM band from 2.4 to 2.485 GHz from fixed and mobile devices, and bUilding personal area networks The theoretical distance refers to the maximum range of Bluetooth connections between devices under ideal laboratory testing conditions. The operating distance refers to the typical Bluetooth range under actual conditions due to factors such as transmitter and receiver strength (based on type of device), frequency interference (as a result of the presence of other Bluetooth devices), and line of sight obstructions, all of which may impact Bluetooth signal range A body that owns the Bluetooth trademarks and oversees the development of Bluetooth standards The assembly of complete products which involves the assembly of completed PCBAs, plastic parts and components, electronic and electrical components, and electro mechanical and mechanical parts into the final products Conformite Europeene or European Conformity mark, which signifies that products have been assessed to meet high safety, health and environmental requirements and can be sold in the European Economic Area A classification of clean rooms, where a clean room is a controlled environment and a controlled level of contamination Utilises cloud computing, which is the delivery of on-demand computing resources “cloud computing” “de-paneling” “design for manufacturability” “electrical discharge machining” “electromag netic compatibility” “electromechanical” “e-commerce” “Federal Communications Commission” or “FCC” “firmware” “flashing” “form factor” “GHz” “hardware” “integrated circuit” “Internet of Things” or “loT” “iOS” “IQNet” “ISM” “ISO” “IT” “kiloPascal” An Internet-based computing system in which a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet is used to store, manage and process data and information The process of breaking up or cutting one large PCBA panel into many smaller individual PCBAs An engineering concept whereby products are designed in a way that is easy to manufacture A metal removal process using electrical discharges or electrical sparks to obtain the desired shape The ability of electronic devices, equipment and systems to operate in proximity of electromechanical devices without suffering from disturbances or interference A mechanical process or device that is operated by electricity Electronic commerce An independent US government agency which regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in the country A software that is semi-permanently placed in hardware that is used to control and monitor engineered products and systems The installation of firmware onto a PCBA The physical size and shape of a device GigaHertz, a unit of measurement for alternating current or electromagnetic wave frequencies equivalent to one (1) billion Hertz All mechanical or physical aspects of a device or system A set of semiconductor devices on a single thin plate (Le. chip) of semiconductor material, which is usually silicon The network of physical objects that contain embedded technology which enables these objects to collect and exchange data A mobile operating system created and developed by Apple Inc. which is solely used for Apple devices An international network of certification bodies with approximately 40 partner certification bodies and more than 200 subsidiaries worldwide. IQNet is a global certification provider of services and assessments, focusing mainly on management systems The industrial, scientific and medical radio band are radio bands which are reserved internationally for the use of radiofrequency energy that is specifically intended for industrial, scientific and medical purposes rather than telecommunications International Organisation for Standardisation, a developer and publisher of International standards. International standards outline specifications for products, services and good practice, helping to make industries more efficient and effective Information technology A measurement unit of pressure, where there is a pressure of 1,000 Newtons per square metre
“lean management principles” “load balancing” llmmlJ “moulding” “multi-axial robot arm” “nano-coating” “OHSAS” “passive components” “PCB” “PCBA” “potting” “pounds per square inch” or “psi” “prototype” “QA” “QC” “QMS” “radiofrequency” “radiofrequency chamber” A methodology of managing an organisation that supports the concept of continuous improvement, a long term approach to work that systematically seeks to achieve small, incremental changes in processes in order to improve efficiency and quality  Workloads are distributed across multiple resources overloading a single resource and increase reliability  to  avoid  millimetres  MOUlding  is  a  manufacturing  process  where  liquid  or  a  pliable
material is shaped using a rigid frame called a mould. The types of moulding processes include plastic injection moulding, single shot and double shot mOUlding, over-moulding, thin-wall moulding and metal insert moulding A robot arm with multiple axis, allowing greater flexibility and wider reach in performing operations An application where nano structures create a consistent network of molecules on a surface to enable water proofing without adding thickness to the product Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series for health and safety management systems. It is intended to help an organisation to control occupational health and safety risks Electronic components which do not require electrical power to perform their intended function(s), except for the available alternating current that the components are connected to. Passive components include resistors and capacitors A printed circuit board mechanically supports and electrically connects electronic components using conductive tracks, pads and other features etched from copper sheets laminated onto a non­conductive substrate PCB assembly, where electronic components have been mounted onto a PCB A process of partially or completely filling or encasing a product to provide resistance to shock and vibration, as well as creating a seal against moisture A unit of measurement of pressure, and it is the pressure resulting from a force of one (1) pound of force applied to an area of one (1) square inch A first, typical or preliminary model of something, especially a machine, from which other forms are developed or copied Quality assurance Quality control Quality Management System, a system or collection of business processes focused on quality policies and quality objectives where a company or organisation aims to reduce non-conformance to specifications, standards and customer expectations Frequency in which radio waves may be transmitted A shielded room with radiofrequency absorber materials installed on the walls, ceiling, and for some, the floor. The radiofrequency chamber is used to perform electromagnetic compatibility measurements
“reflowoven” A machine used primarily for reflow soldering of surface mount “SAE J2657” “ship-to-stock programme” “Six Sigma” “smart auto meter readers” “SMT” “solder paste” “telematics” “tooling” “TPMS” “UHF” “Underwriters Laboratories Inc” or “UL” “USB” “vertically integrated” “wafer chip” electronic components to PCBs Society of Automotive Engineers J2657, an international automotive standard for TPMS for light duty highway vehicles set by the Society of Automotive Engineers or SAE International Components are shipped directly into manufacturing stock for use in the production line without in-house inspection, thereby reducing time and cost. A ship-to-stock programme is used with reliable suppliers with whom a good working relationship has been established, and is based on an understanding that the correct item is shipped on a timely manner, and that the item is not faulty A methodology used for process improvement through the enhancement of the quality of manufacturing outputs by identifying and removing the causes of defects and minimising variability in manufacturing and business processes, thus ensuring a minimum amount of errors Devices that automatically collect data such as consumption, diagnostic and status data from metering devices and subsequently transmits this data over a communication network to a central collection point Surface mount technology is a method for producing electronic circuits, where components are mounted or soldered onto the surface of a PCB A material used in the placement of components onto the surface ofa PCB A multi-interdisciplinary field encompassing systems such as wireless communications, location technology and in-vehicle electronics into an intricate network of systems and features that cross-communicate, with the objective of effectively monitoring and managing a vehicle or a fleet of vehicles A process involving the design and manufacture of moulds Tyre pressure monitoring system, an electronic system to monitor the air pressure inside a tyre Ultra-high frequency, which is specifically designated for radio frequencies in the range between 300 megaHertz and 3 GHz A global independent safety science company Universal serial bus, an industry standard that defines the cables, connectors and communication protocols used for connection, communication and power supply between computers and electronics devices such as mice, keyboards, printers, external hard drives and smartphones The ability to own and control several steps in the product development lifecycle, ranging from product design to manufacturing and marketing and sales An integrated circuit comprising a set of electronic circuits on one (1) small plate (Le. chip) of semiconductor material (Le. wafer) that controls the electronic functions of electrical and electronic devices
“wire bonding” A method of forming interconnections between an integrated circuit or another semiconductor device and its packaging during the final phase of semiconductor device fabrication, in which tiny blocks of semiconductor materials are encased (or encapsulated) in supporting cases that prevent physical damage and corrosion THE REST OF THIS PAGE HAS BEEN INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

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