Technology on demand:


Computer assisted design (CAD): The basic technology used in mechanical design. By rendering parametric 3D models we obtain from them all the information necessary to create the documentation necessary for production.

Engineering Simulations (CAE-FEA-CFD): Optimization of the design by behavior analysis in service elements or structures, ranging from cinematic simulations to structural, thermal, fatigue, and fluid-dynamic calculations using analytic methods like fine elements.

Reverse Engineering: Reverse engineering is commonly defined as the part of the engineering process task with the exact reproduction of a physical model or productive process currently in existence. It can reach up to the design and manufacturing processes that need readjusting or redesigning according to their adaptation to the phases.

Automation and Control Systems Design and Implementation: Includes the study and survey of industrial processes or pre-existing control systems. Design of control strategies, improvements proposals and upgrades. Detail engineering. Design of facilities, boards and CCM’s.  Instrumentation and automation equipment selection, as well as power control devices. Controllers and SCADA systems programming. Supervision and System start-up.

Outsourcing: Usually companies will outsource services with almost continuous uniformity in order to improve use of their own resources. In other words, they outsource processes necessary for production and operation of the company, with the advantage that they can now use their own resources in other applications. A common case in engineering is to delegate the development of products and installations, process review, process analysis , management and follow-up in construction, quality control, inspections, and tech support. Generally speaking, in those cases the provider is also an administrator of the technical information, demanding the arranging and filing of previously developed projects. These kinds of services are always available to the user.