Automationnth is a CSIA Certified control system integrator with offices in Nashville, Tennessee and San Diego, California. Automationnth designs and implements sophisticated control systems for industrial facilities. Through our knowledge of the latest advances in technology, we help our customers reduce cost, increase production, and improve quality.
Our talented team of controls engineers use a thorough design process to minimize modifications in the field and ensure compliance with codes and safety requirements. We create a comprehensive documentation package for the electrical or pneumatic system of your automated machinery that includes a bill of material for hardware and CAD drawings to illustrate system assembly.
Our expertise in debugging, wiring, and factory and site acceptance testing ensures your capital equipment has a safe vertical startup.
Our contract engineering services can help bring projects to completion with experienced engineers who integrate seamlessly into your organization.
Our Project Managers have many years of experience delivering successful automation projects and are skilled at working with our Certified Automation Partners to deliver turnkey automation projects.
Your control system integrator’s reputation and track record are critical. Make sure the company is highly experienced and has industry certifications and association memberships.
Your control system integrator should have extensive design, build, and installation experience, with hands-on expertise developing integration in your application. A top-flight control system integrator helps you find solutions that improve all aspects of your operation.
Communication at every step is vital for successful control system integration. The best integrators offer a designated project manager to supervise all aspects of the project, including the scope of work, team transitions, and customer run-offs.
Your control system integrator should explain the system features and how everything will work together to deliver the best results.
A trustworthy control system integrator will provide a clear, easy to understand quotation, including responsibility areas and timetables.
The control system integrator should ensure that the system meets industry and customer safety standards. Having a Certified Machine Safety Expert (CMSE) on staff is a plus. The integrator should also offer safety audits to accommodate any special requirements.
Your control system integrator should provide controls training to your employees once the system is in place, along with ongoing support and maintenance.
The best control system integrators have the financial strength and longevity to stand by your side as a long-term strategic partner in automation. They may not be the lowest cost option, but through their superior capabilities and knowledge will deliver far greater value over time.
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