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Automation is a major key to quality improvement and cost competitiveness. Early modernization and technical developments in Industries concentrated on the automation of individual machines and their processes. Here, all process and machine variables are identified and placed under the surveillance of monitors or microprocessors.

The main objectives of Computer Integrated Manufacturing are first to provide accessible information for every sector of a plant for the efficient management of the various stages of production, second, to provide facilities for planning and control at strategic points, available for the directors, managers and supervisors to make decisions and third to have compatible sophisticated high technology systems - particularly software - so that computers can talk to one another within the network, and modules can be linked with other modules, accepting additional work stations as the business grows.

The Industrial Automation has grown from a pure computer aided manufacturing process to networked manufacturing, surveillance systems and control.

AMS offers the following solutions:

  • Assembly and Handling Systems, Linear Positioning Systems
  • Robotics
  • Industrial Image Processing Systems
  • Control Systems, PLC, SCADA
  • Sensors and Actuators
  • Industrial PCs
  • Communication, Networks and Field Bus Systems
  • Industrial Automatic Data Capturing and Identification Systems
  • Automation Services
  • Safety and Security Systems