Industrial Automation

Industrial Automation streamlines machine operations and industrial equipment using digital logic programming, minimizing human intervention in decision-making and manual commands through mechanized equipment.

Levels of Industrial Automation Process:

  1. Supervisor Level: At the top of the hierarchy, the supervisor level typically employs Industrial PCs, available as desktop, panel, or rack-mounted PCs. These run on standard operating systems with specialized software provided by suppliers for process control visualization and parameterization. Communication is facilitated through industrial Ethernet, including options like Gigabit LAN or wireless (WLAN).
  2. Control Level: The mid-level where automation programs execute. Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are commonly used here, offering real-time computing capabilities. PLCs utilize 16-bit or 32-bit microcontrollers and proprietary operating systems to meet real-time requirements. They interface with various I/O devices and communicate via protocols like CAN.
  3. Field Level: Terminal equipment such as sensors and actuators are categorized here. Sensors (e.g., temperature, optical, pressure) and actuators (e.g., motors, valves, switches) interface with PLCs through a field bus. Communication between field-level devices and corresponding PLCs typically employs point-to-point connections.

Engineering Project Management

Engineering project management optimizes the development of new products, technologies, or procedures through planning, execution, monitoring, and control stages.

  • Definition: Oversees engineering-related projects from planning to closure.
  • Responsibilities: Include budgeting, cost management, scheduling, resource allocation, and purchasing.
  • Benefits: Improved coordination, cost accuracy, spending reduction, teamwork, and communication.

IT / OT / Cybersecurity

IT (Information Technology) and OT (Operational Technology) are distinct areas within organizations focusing on different aspects of technology and operations.

  • IT: Manages electronic data systems and networks, encompassing computers, software, and networks for secure and efficient data gathering, storage, processing, and sharing.
  • OT: Monitors and controls physical devices and processes within industries like manufacturing and energy. Utilizes Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and SCADA for real-time operations management, focusing on production output, worker safety, and machinery uptime.

The convergence of IT and OT enhances efficiency through real-time data exchange.

Staffing Solutions

We offer flexible, customized workforce management solutions tailored to individual needs or large teams of subcontractors. By prioritizing client relationships, we gain insights into your specific requirements, presenting accomplished contractors who align with your industry needs. This approach minimizes disruptions and enhances productivity for both independent contractors and existing staff. We have staffing agency license.