System Automation Software

A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a critical component in industrial automation, receiving inputs from various sensors and devices to make informed decisions and control the output actions. Our collection of PLC systems from leading brands such as Allen-Bradley, Siemens, Omron, and others are designed for optimal performance in harsh industrial environments, making them ideal for a wide range of applications.

By integrating PLC solutions into your production lines and process controls, you can enhance machine functions and streamline automation tasks, providing the added benefit of flexible, real-time control. The ability to modify and replicate processes while maintaining communication throughout the process allows for seamless and efficient operation, without the need for disruptive downtime


Why Choose Our Service

Our software engineers have a wide and extensive knowledge of various PLC types.

  • Siemens, Allen Bradley, Omron
  • Mitsubishi, Delta, Honeywell.
  • Schnieder, Bosch, Wago.
  • ABB, Eaton, Hitachi.
  • Allen Bradley – PLC2, PLC3, PLC5, SLC, MicroLogix, CompactLogix and ControlLogix
  • Siemens – TIA Portal 1200/1500 including Safety, Legacy S5, S7-200 and S7-300/400
  • Mitsubishi – Fx series, A series and Q series

Tried & Tested Software

As a valued customer, you can rest assured that your control system is not constructed from scratch. Our control systems are built on a modular framework of tried and tested functions that form the core of our systems. These functions have been extensively tested and are combined into modules to create a solid foundation for the development of the process software. This allows us to start the development process from a known environment, rather than a blank canvas, ensuring the highest level of reliability and efficiency.


With over 30 years experience in producing process control software, we are proud of the reputation that we have built over those years. Our expertise in this field is vast, covering virtually every production process and control requirements found in modern manufacturing industries.

“The Purpose Of Software Engineering Is To Control Complexity, Not To Create It.”

– Pamela Zave