Industrial Automation

Industrial automation utilizes a wide variety of electrical, electronic and mechanical equipment to control and monitor industrial systems, such as water treatment plants, power generation and distribution centres, buildings, pulp and timber mills, mining, Gas & Oil along with manufacturing and production operations.

PLC Programming

A PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) is a device that uses digital logic to control various input and output (I/O) processes, even though these inputs and outputs may not be digital in nature, such as a varying analogue electrical signal.

Automation Australia

Automation and process control systems can be found in all corners of Australia, from large cities to remote outback sites. Some of the industries utilizing automation systems include water treatment plants, power generation and distribution centres, buildings, shopping centres, universities, hospitals, pulp and timber mills, mining, Gas & Oil along with manufacturing and production operations.

Automation Engineers

Automation is a branch of engineering that ‘automates’ a particular process or system, typically implemented through some form of machinery to replicate or replace a manual labor process. Automation is used in almost every industry and business across the globe, and consists of equipment that can be mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic, electronic, electrical and computer controlled, or a combination of any/all of these.

Electrical Engineers

Energy is a crucial element in the development and maintenance of modern society, allowing for high quality of life, technological advances and business progression. One form of energy is electricity, which is utilized in almost every corner of the world including transportation, housing, entertainment, medical, defense, finance, education and business.

Load Shedding Design

Energy, and particularly electricity, is a crucial element in the development and maintenance of modern society, allowing for higher quality of life, technological advances and business progression. As modern society has grown the electricity demands have increased substantially, putting excessive strain on electricity generation and transmission supply networks throughout the world.

RTU Programming

An RTU (Remote Terminal Unit) is an individual device, or a collection of devices, that are installed in a remote site or location which monitors, controls and provides feedback of field devices. The RTU exchanges data between itself and a master unit or database via a wired or wireless (radio, satellite, microwave) communication link. The data being monitored can be analogue and/or digital depending on the field device/s in operation. Some industries that utilize RTU’s include mining, gas & oil, water treatment, agriculture and environmental.