Interesting Applications of automation solutions

Intelligent automation solutions are applied to all sorts of systems and processes. Goods and services are manufactured, packaged, loaded, tracked and streamlined according to precise solutions innovated and designed by specialist industrial engineers to enable and enhance a fast, seamless and efficient business offering.

Virtually every aspect of our lives involves some sort of automation. High tech automated equipment is used to test new born babies shortly after birth and the food we eat is processed, packaged and quality controlled by smart automated systems.

By applying intelligent control systems and cutting edge information technologies, we can produce goods and services with incomparable accuracy, efficiency and speed. Together with advanced tool making and machine design, automation solutions have changed global production for all time.

Everyday Automation solutions

• robotics and control systems in the assembly of oh so lovely luxury motor cars that are simply dying to be parked permanently in my garage – Lotus, Porsche, Jaguar or Mercedes Benz will do

• sophisticated in-vehicle monitoring systems that monitor driver performance and enable fast and efficient re-routing to avoid congestion and traffic jams. Just the thing for our killer crew of minibus taxi drivers or the BMW bullies who drive us all off the road

• automated pupitre and riddling processes of the finest French champagne, which, to the uneducated and uninformed, is simply the storage of bottles at a 45 degree angle and the once monotonous manual turning of the tipple to encourage the rise of sediment for the removal process

• robot packaging systems to wrap and pack multiple, deliciously yummy Swiss chocolate bars, providing chocoholics with an ever swifter and far more hygienic chocolate fix

Automation to suit Human Capacity

With advances in science and technology increasing at a blistering pace, a field of study has arisen that looks to ensure that technology matches the capacities and limitations of human physiology. Neuroergonomics, as it is called, is studied in the hopes that recent startling discoveries and insights into the working of the human brain can inform and influence the design of technologies both in the workplace and at home, enhancing performance, expanding capabilities and optimizing the fit between humans and machines.

Most prominently, neuroergonomics has improved the usability and operating processes of vehicles such as aircrafts, cars, ships and trains. Alongside machines which increasingly become more and more suited to human capacity and behaviour, the automation processes involved in creating them have also become more advanced and efficient.

Find an automation solution tailored for your production process

Why not apply innovative and intelligent automation solutions to your manufacturing process? Industrial engineering specialists will guide you every step of the way, from development, design to implementation. Optimise productivity and profits by contacting industrial engineers who offer bespoke machine design and tool making as part of their expertise.