For applications that rely on computer numeric control, servo motors are the favored type of motor. A servo motor CNC machine is capable of applying rivets and fastening sections with optimal efficiency, and this allows manufacturers to boost productivity and deliver superior products with far less overhead than would otherwise be possible.
All these assets are due to the reliability of the electric servo motor, which can run rotary and linear applications with exact speed and precision. When it comes to fastening aircraft parts, there's no risk of over or under-fastening, because movements are controlled to their exact end point.


Food & Beverage

In the food industry, servo motors can be used to power machines that perform packaging and labeling tasks. When it comes to parts assembly among electronics manufacturers, the electric servo motor makes it possible for products to be assembled with machines that don't use fuel and aren't prone to condensation. Therefore, servo motor applications are among the safest of options in the manufacturing sector.



Over the course of more than 100 years, industrial automation has developed a state-of-the-art product portfolio for the mining industry and has earned a reputation for delivering innovative technologies that address customer needs. Our specialty process solutions, which include all kind of industrial automation (DCS, PLC, Redundant fault-tolerant control system,Robotic system) spare parts., don t simply get the job done they change the game, making it possible for mining operators to improve process throughput and recovery, protect plant assets and maximize profitability without incurring capital expenditures.



We have seen the global demand for chemical products grow, and with that growth comes new business challenges and demands. Most chemical producers are faced with volatility in the cost of feedstock, a complex regulatory environment, and an aging infrastructure. To make things more difficult, the volume of knowledgeable and skilled workers is shrinking. Not easy scenarios to navigate. We can guide you through these instances. Whether it be reviewing your process control system, upgrading your legacy systems, or getting the most from the data you generate, we can advise you and help keep you competitive in this dynamic industry.


Oil& Gas

The dependence of the oil and gas (O&G) industry on automation has increased in the last decade, and this is expected further to double by 2020. As a result of project cancellation followed by the fall in crude oil prices from 2014 to 2016, multiple rounds of industry layoffs were announced that left O&G companies with reduced number of skilled workers. This increased the dependence of oil companies on automation in order to complete processes without any delay. Initiatives to digitize oil fields are being implemented, and this has led to investing in instrumentation in order to increase productivity and complete projects within defined budgets and timelines. These initiatives have been found to be extremely beneficial, especially in offshore rigs, to gathering production data in a timely manner. However, the current industry challenge is not the inaccessibility of data, but rather how to make the large volume of gathered data more effective. In response to this challenge, the automation sector has evolved from supplying hardware equipment with aftermarket services to becoming more service-based and offering software tools that can translate huge volumes of data into meaningful, intelligent information that can be leveraged to make important business decisions.

The automation market has evolved with the changing demands of the customers, from providing individual control equipment to integrated control systems with multi-functionality capabilities. Since 2014, several Oil& Gas companies are have been collaborating with solution providers to understand how IoT technology can help them thrive in a low-price oil environment in addition to using advanced control systems. Major automation vendors have launched their own IoT platforms, which focus on providing services such as cloud services, predictive analytics, remote monitoring, Big Data analytics, and cyber security, which is of paramount importance in this industry. Increased productivity, reduced operational and maintenance costs, increased profitability, increased efficiency, and improved plant optimization are the common benefits realized by customers who use IoT platforms for their plant operations. While the end goal of customers may be similar throughout this competitive environment, this does not mean they all require the same software services. The services offered by major automation vendors give customers the flexibility and options when selecting the best platform for their goals.


Medical Treatment

The pros and cons of automation in the healthcare industry are often disputed but there is no denying it is here to stay. And Industrial automation has a positive influences in the medical field.

Intense regulation means life-preserving drugs and therapies can take years to come to market. In the fast-moving world of pharma, using off-the-shelf software to track all your compliance needs is like innovating with one hand tied behind your back. Automation coupled with emerging technologies like low-code are redefining what it means to ‘diagnose’ and ‘treat’ illnesses.

Challenges like budget cuts, the ageing population and medication shortages are placing increasing pressure on pharmacies. These can ultimately result in reduced time to spend with customers and limited storage space. Automation is one way of addressing these challenges. Automated dispensing systems, also known as pharmacy robots, are the latest technology being used to streamline the dispensing process. Some of the benefits of using automated systems include being able to store more stock and faster, more efficient picking of prescriptions. Because the process is automated, requiring only a pharmacist to make the final check, using a pharmacy robot can reduce the number of dispensing errors, with some NHS Trusts reporting an up to a 50% reduction in dispensing errors. One of the challenges of automated systems is sourcing packaging which fits and works with the robots. Industrial automation has introduced a selection of tablet cartons that are compatible with pharmacy robots, driving cost-saving and time-saving efficiencies across the pharmacy.