PLC and SCADA Solutions
The Evolution of Plant Automation to Flexibility and Convertibility
RTS Consulting – Automation specializes in automating manufacturing cells and processes using the latest industrial technologies. Our 20+ years’ manufacturing experience, across a wide range of industries , has positioned us well to help you identify opportunities for improvements in all operational areas to achieve global manufacturing excellence.
Whether you want to reduce operating costs, improve efficiencies, add capacity or improve your competitive position in the market, RTS Consulting - Automation is your single source solution provider for all of your manufacturing automation needs.
RTS provides in-house capabilities for the following services:
- Electrical controls design and control panel fabrication
- Industrial communication network design
- Control system design and implementation
- Manufacturing execution system design and deployment.
- Business system-to-shop-floor-data connectivity.
Manufacturing Automation Experience with Various Platforms
RTS Consulting – Automation has experience working on the following manufacturing technology software and hardware platforms:
- Allen Bradley/Rockwell
- General Electric
- Iconics (Genesis)
- Bristol Babcock
- And many more!
Major Automation Contractor
Our expertise in automation and systems integration allows RTS Consulting – Automation to offer our unique abilities as single-source providers for an existing plant, expansion, or new facility. We deploy turnkey control system solutions for inputting, processing, interpreting, storing, and categorizing all of your plant’s data, delivering a substantial ROI and lowering total cost of ownership.
Some advantages that can be realized by implementing advanced technology include:
- Product repeatability.
- Tighter quality control.
- Higher efficiency/OEE.
- Data transformed into actionable intelligence.
- Increased productivity/throughput.
- Reduction of labour costs.
In today's ultra-competitive manufacturing environment, companies that do not invest into integrated plant automation will be left behind. In the earlier days the focus was on PLC and SCADA automation simply to replace relay control logic to increase reliability and reduce costs. Now the focus has shifted to increasing flexibility and agility in the manufacturing process. Manufacturers are increasingly demanding the ability to easily and quickly switch manufacturing products on the same line based on changing consumer demands.
Let our staff of experienced engineers and programmers assist you with your shop floor solution needs.