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WHAT WE OFFER

Our highly skilled and committed technical staff are able to deliver complex automation projects across a range of markets for a diverse client base. Why not take advantage of our experience and use our technical services to ensure that your projects are successfully delivered.

OUR SKILLSET

SCADA & PLC Control Systems
Data Communication Networking
VAID
Public Address & Radio
CCTV Systems
Systems Integration
Interface Management
Operator Training

STEPS INVOLVED

This stage involves the analysis of the Users Requirements Specification (URS) which should detail the overall system functionality, operational requirements, maintainability and performance requirements and identify any specific safety requirements.
The Functional Design Specification (FDS) translates URS into a functional description of how the System will operate. The FDS establishes the functional baseline for the system. It lays out the basic description of how the SCADA system will monitor and control plant equipment.
The Software Design Specification (SDS) will expand on the high level design issues covered in the FDS, in order to produce a detailed software design for the overall system to such a detail that the software can be coded.
Software development will only begin once all software design elements are completed and begins with the development of individual modules. These modules are developed and tested in isolation before being integrated to create unique sub-systems.
Software integration will involve the integration of the software modules to form the complete software programs for the various sub-systems. The completed programs will be loaded on the target hardware and the software engineers will complete their own integration tests prior to commencement of IFAT.
All developed software will go through two iterations of testing known as IFAT and CFAT.

Internal Factory Acceptance Testing (IFAT) involves 100% testing of the completed system by our test engineers to a test specification that contains the necessary test exercises to demonstrate system functionality.

Customer Factory Acceptance Testing (CFAT) will only be conducted once IFAT has been successfully completed. CFAT involves witnessed testing of the completed system by the client to an agreed CFAT test specification.

Following completion of CFAT, the system will be delivered to site for installation and commissioning. Method statements and full risk assessments will be produced for all installation and commissioning activities. All equipment will be installed and set to work, ready for the next phase of acceptance testing.
On successful completion of testing and commissioning, the system will undergo a Site Acceptance Test (SAT). This will involve a repeat of the tests performed during CFAT, but with the actual equipment on site. On successful completion of SAT, the system will be handed over to the client and the warranty period will commence.
Operations and Maintenance manuals will be produced for all aspects of the system under Ematics scope of supply. These will contain all the necessary operating instructions for the system, and the necessary as built drawings, system configuration details and supplier datasheets in order to maintain the system. Recommended maintenance schedules will also be provided.
We will deliver off-site and on-site training tailored to meet the needs of the various system users such as operators, maintenance technicians, engineers and administrators. Full training documentation is always included.

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