Industrial Controls

AMT’s Controls Engineering Professionals’ Vast Experience Solves Your Problems

Industrial controls design is the key to manufacturing flexibility as it encompasses logic, motion, operator interface and data handling functions. The task can be daunting considering the current range of architectures, hardware and software solutions available, but AMT’s controls engineering professionals are experienced at designing systems with shorter lead times, greater flexibility and uncompromised quality.

The industrial controls team at AMT is comprised of approximately 25 PLC engineers, hardware designers and software developers with over 350 years combined experience. They are adept in all aspects of controls engineering – from simple ladder logic to factory wide networking and data archiving, and from clear intuitive MMI’s to advanced motion control.

We offer complete industrial controls design and engineering services to benefit customer operations

Our customers will experience these benefits:

  • Hardware and software logic design of new systems
  • Plant-wide networking and communication
  • Safety design, audits and recommendations
  • Machine retrofit software and logic updates
  • Motion control, pneumatic and hydraulic software
  • HMI/GUI design
  • Data tracking and archiving
  • Efficient field installation

We provide the following industrial controls design and engineering services:

  • Project Management
  • Robot Safety Consulting
  • Hardware and Software Design
  • CAD Services
  • PLC and HMI Programming
  • Machine Diagnostics
  • Start-up and Debug
  • Installation and Production Support
  • Panel Build

High Standards for Safety and Quality

Safety-related controls engineering is a specialty expertise of AMT which can benefit all customers. We are renowned in the industry for our skill in evaluating equipment and implementing the latest ANSI/RIA R15.05-2012, UL, CSA and CE safety standards. Additional to this, they expertly handle controls design related to safety relays, safety PLC’s, robots, operator/maintenance entrance points, safety mats, light screens and all types of safety lockouts.
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