Automation Engineering (AE).
Automation Engineering (AE) is the cornerstone of the manufacturing industry and at M&W it has been an integrated part of our business for decades. The goal of automation is to increase uptime, reduce defects and enable fully automatic operations. On a daily basis, this is helping our customers to optimize their operations and improve their profitability.
M&W has a dedicated team of inhouse automation engineers that identifies opportunities for automation, instrumentation and IT solutions. The AE team designs and develops new products/solutions, performs tests internally and ensures the right documentation. Our AE team is trained proffesionally and their extensive experience enables them to perform both the supervision and commissioning globally at our customer sites. This guarantees that the solution lives up to the customer expectation, while ensuring an optimal fine-tuning.
M&W is committed to continue this journey and especially with Industry 4.0 we embark on new technologies to ensure that we are up to date and have competitive products.
Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering are two other critical components of Mark & Wedell, but they would not be complete without Automation Engineering. Automation is essential in ensuring that the sampling process is fully automated, reliable, and accurate, reducing the risk of human error and increasing efficiency. The automation engineering team at M&W works closely with the mechanical and electrical engineers to design and develop new products/solutions that are fully automated.
The AE team at M&W identifies opportunities for automation and develops solutions that are customized to meet the specific needs of each customer. They use their expertise to design and develop new products/solutions that are fully automated, from the sampling process itself to the data analysis and reporting. They also work on the integration of these solutions with existing systems and processes, ensuring seamless operation and minimal disruption to operations.
M&W’s automation engineers are highly skilled and experienced professionals who are committed to delivering quality solutions that meet the needs of their customers. They work closely with the other engineering teams to ensure that the sampling process is fully automated, from the initial design and development phase to the final installation and commissioning. In conclusion, the automation engineering team plays a crucial role at Mark & Wedell.