Automation: technology applied to life
The term ‘automation’ refers to the technology that makes it possible to manage machines and processes, reducing the need for human intervention.
A sector that combines technology, economics, organisational capacity and social skills, aspects that concern the management and evolution of every technical-organisational system.
The ultimate objective of automation is to manage the most complex production processes and to control and optimise every type of service and utility.
The design, installation and provision of maintenance services for automation systems require a high level of technical knowledge combined with specific experience gained directly in the field, where continual contact with operators, their problems and personal experiences are conducive to research and the creation of the most effective and functional solutions.