The term automation identifies the technology that uses control systems to manage machines and processes, reducing the need for human intervention. It is carried out for the execution of repetitive or complex operations, but also where safety or certainty of action is required or simply for greater convenience.
The realization of an automation system is based on an in-depth study of the problems based on the previous experiences solved with innovative methods, to be effective the technology must be applied in the right way.
Our skills, acquired through years of experience, and the constant technical update allow us to follow the projects without uncertainties, respecting the expectations of the most demanding customers.
Feasibility study and electrical and mechanical design
The first phase of the construction of an automation system / machine is the feasibility study (or technical and economic feasibility project) which consists of the systematic analysis and evaluation of the characteristics, costs and possible results of a project based on a preliminary rough idea. It includes both technical and economic activities (cost-benefit analysis), regarding the feasibility and economic-financial sustainability of the investment.
Realization and Start-up
The construction of an electromechanical plant / machinery requires team work made up of various professionals who, to reduce delivery times, operate simultaneously with a continuous exchange of information. Automation software technicians, IT technicians, cabling technicians and mechanics must work together without interference until the product is produced and beyond, as the work does not end in the workshop but continues until it is tested by the end user.
Whether it is a mass-produced machine or a prototype, dedication to work and competence are fundamental for success. Everything must comply with high quality standards and in the presence of the imponderable, the ability to innovate finds a timely solution.
Customer satisfaction is the most important result, acknowledging their needs is part of our job. The victory belongs to the team and therefore also to our customers.
After physically creating one or more prototypes, it should always follow the engineering phase, necessary to make corrections to the initial project, with the aim of improving its characteristics, but at the same time putting into practice the best technical solutions, aimed at minimizing the time required for assembly and costs in the future production phase, as well as facilitating any maintenance.
Good engineering can mean having an extremely competitive product on the market.
The costs of this phase, if well done, can be amortized in a very short time.