One of the first steps in the development of an electrotechnical installation is the hardware engineering. Operating systems need both hardware and software to be able to function. After the preferences of the client have been inventoried and the specifications that the system must meet have been established, the hardware engineers start making the operating drawings and electrotechnical design, with the help of software like Eplan P8, Pro Panel, SolidWorks and ElektroCad:
For perfect system integration, it is essential that hardware engineering and software engineering run in parallel. Thanks to a close collaboration between the two disciplines at Gooiland Elektro, you are assured of the best automation solution for your project, entirely according to your wishes and specifications and meeting the applicable norms and regulations.
After the designs for the hardware are approved, the in-house production of the systems and components begins in our shop. When the construction of your system is completed, a functional final check is conducted. You are thus assured of a system that works perfectly and meets all the requirements.
Feel free to contact us for more information about our products and systems.