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Automation Design

Companies offering custom products are often putting their engineers under pressure. They’re squeezed to create proposal documents and drawings as fast as possible. This leads to best guess costings, for orders that aren’t guaranteed.

Engineering departments are wasted on tasks that could be automated. They have less time to re-engineer existing designs, update drawings and carefully check every detail. Jobs are then left open to errors, rework, backlogs and delays. All of this can affect profit margins and damage reputation.

By automating time-sensitive and often repetitive upfront activities, you will reap the benefits. You have more time to innovate and add value to your products, improving your position in the market. You increase throughput and improve quality, enabling you to win more business.

Design Automation and Knowledge Capture

Design practices often evolve through years of industry experience. Companies need capture and re-use the combined knowledge of their most experienced engineers. However, storing and sharing this knowledge with others is difficult.

Inside 3D CAD systems, expert users can add geometric relationships and equation-driven dimensions. This saves time but issues arise when making changes, or adding additional products. Unravelling the complex design references created by others is difficult and time-consuming.

We use a different approach, simple and straightforward rules and decision logic, So our client can easily capture and reuse their design, manufacturing and cost knowledge to truly automate their business.

Automation SCADA System Design

A Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system is a computer network that measures, controls, and analyzes an industrial process.  In a SCADA system, controllers communicate with intelligent sensors to collect data which is graphically represented to end-users in real time.  SCADA systems save time and money by eliminating the need for constant human monitoring or frequent site visits because systems can be controlled remotely.  SCADA is crucial for complex processes, such as automating water systems, and it is useful for small applications, such as climate control.

We believe that getting clear, accurate data in real time will help your company improve efficiency, increase safety, mitigate downtime, and process data for smarter decisions.  Our team will design your SCADA architecture, develop the software to your exact needs, install the complete network, and provide commissioning and training.

Industrial Automation Control Panels

Industrial equipment and machines require defined functions and orderly

control to achieve their various process goals. Electrical control panels carry out these functions within manufacturing equipment. An understanding of what they are highlights their critical importance to industry.

In its simplest terms, an electrical control panel is a combination of electrical devices which use electrical power to control the various mechanical functions of industrial equipment or machinery.

Pneumatic Control System Design

Pneumatic control systems use compressed air to receive and send the signals that control HVAC equipment. And there’s a reason pneumatic controls have been around for decades.

In building automation system (BAS) applications, many pneumatic sensors, transmitters, and transducers perform essentially the same function in an HVAC system: they sense a physical characteristic and provide a signal to an external control device. The air pressure in the control line triggers the action or position of a valve or damper in the external device. Thus, several pneumatic devices—including those below—fall within the broad category of “pressure controls.”

Servo Control System Design

Servo control is the regulation of velocity and position of a motor based on a feedback signal. The most basic servo loop is the velocity loop. The velocity loop produces a torque command to minimize the error between velocity command and velocity feedback. Most servo systems require position control in addition to velocity control. The most common way to provide position control is to add a position loop in “cascade” or series with a velocity loop. Sometimes a single PID position loop is used to provide position and velocity control without an explicit velocity loop.

Hydraulic Control System Design

A hydraulic system controls the transmission of energy. It transforms the mechanical energy of a prime motor into fluid energy. It controls the fluid configuration and transforms the fluid energy into mechanical work at specified locations. Hydraulic systems feature high power density, sensitive response and precision of control, especially when operating under computer control. Thus, they have been widely used as the energy transmission control systems in aircraft, ships, construction machinery, machine tools and others. Therefore, it is indispensable for a mechanical engineer to become versed with hydraulic control technology. The technology is mainly associated with fluid mechanics and control theories, but it is related to the wider field of engineering as well.

Graphic and webpage Design

our premier graphic and webpage designing service! We take immense pride in our team of creative and highly skilled professionals who are dedicated to turning your vision into reality. Whether you seek captivating graphics that leave an indelible mark or a cutting-edge website that elevates your online presence, rest assured that you are in expert hands. We understand the significance of a cohesive brand identity, and thus, our designers work closely with you to grasp your requirements, ensuring every aspect of the project aligns seamlessly with your objectives. From eye-catching logos, stunning banners, and elegant illustrations to intuitive and responsive web layouts, our commitment to excellence shines through every pixel. Our focus on a harmonious blend of aesthetics and functionality guarantees an exceptional user experience that captivates visitors and transforms them into loyal customers. Entrust us with your graphic and webpage designing needs, and together, we will pave the path to your success!

Mechanical System Design

Mechanical Control Systems specializes in acoustics, firestopping, vibration isolation, and seismic design for Mechanical/HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Fire Protection systems. Not only supplying the material, but also applying our knowledge using the most up to date building codes to present the best solution.

Mechanical engineering design includes all mechanical design, but it is a broader study because it includes all the disciplines of mechanical engineering, such as the thermal fluids and heat transfer sciences too.

Agricultural Automation Design

Agricultural automation is the core technology for computer-aided agricultural production management and implementation. An integration of equipment, infotronics, and precision farming technologies, it creates viable solutions for challenges facing the food, fiber, feed, and fuel needs of the human race now and into the future.

Robots for planting are focused on the field’s specific area, and they work with great precision. This type of farming robot uses artificial intelligence and computer vision, which allows for a reduction of pesticides in the field and, subsequently, the production of high-quality food.

Industrial Environment Control System Design

Lower operating cost: Industrial automation eliminates healthcare costs and paid leave and holidays associated with a human operator. Further, industrial automation does not require other employee benefits such as bonuses, pension coverage, etc. Above all, although it is associated with a high initial cost it saves the monthly wages of the workers which leads to substantial cost savings for the company. The maintenance cost associated with machinery used for industrial automation is less because it does not often fail. If it fails, only computer and maintenance engineers are required to repair it.

Process Automation Design

What is process automation? Whereas task automation focuses on accomplishing a repeated action, service automation is more complex. It involves delivery of service rather than optimization of a task. Here’s a quick example of how they differ:

  • Motion sensitive lights are a task automation. Instead of turning on the lights manually via a switch (task), the automation removes the manual action to deliver the result.
  • Submitting a maintenance request to replace a burnt-out light is a form of process automation. It automates the many tasks to elicit the maintenance (process ) from the correct department in a timely manner.

process automation is also called “service orchestration,” because it involves coordinating multiple processes to produce a result. Whereas task automation fulfills a specific action, service automation streamlines a process with many variables and possible outcomes. Motion sensitive lights always turn on when triggered; every maintenance request is different.

Automating a service

Before they can automate a service, companies need to understand the capacity in which it’s utilized by employees and what the demand is. Often, the best candidates for service automation are services:

  1. Utilized frequently by employees; i.e. desk booking
  2. Utilized in a broad capacity by different groups; i.e. maintenance ticketing
  3. With barriers to obtaining them; i.e. scheduling a standing desk installation

In any case of process automation, the “automation” enables the service by streamlining the solicitation of that service. Instead of going through process X, Y, and Z to gain access to a service in a special capacity, automation condenses X, Y, and Z to X.