System Design & Engineering

 

Designing for Your Operational Requirements 

Bringing together the right mix of mechanical, electrical and automation components to create an effective material handling system requires the right combination of skills and industry knowledge to accomplish successfully. As independent integrators, it’s what we do best.  

Our design and engineering process starts with thorough research and confirmation of vital details to ensure we understand all of your operational requirements and facility parameters. When designing your system, our integrator status allows us to select best-in-class equipment and technology to address all aspects of your operational requirements. If standard equipment doesn’t align with your needs, we can custom design and manufacture the solution. Using computer simulation models, designs are tested and validated prior to installation, taking the project one step closer to successful implementation and go live.  

 

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Systems Design & Engineering

Planning Effectively

A quality system design begins with asking the right questions to ensure the planned system delivers the expected performance. Our focus on design helps identify and address interaction points, clearances, and obstructions before installation begins. We use the latest design tools – AutoCAD, Solidworks, and Navisworks – to develop our designs efficiently and confirm build details, helping you get your system up and running sooner.  

3D designs, animations and renderings provide a pre-installation perspective where adjustments and corrections can be made for a strong ROI that may include: 

  • Reduced order to fulfillment cycle time 
  • Increased employee productivity   
  • Reduced operational costs  
  • Improved ergonomics and lower injury risk  
  • Optimized floor space through high-density, vertical designs 
  • Increased flexibility for future throughput needs with modular, scalable solutions  
 

Design

Typically, a system design has been defined from an operational and layout perspective by the time our engineers receive it. The requirements are understood, but the details have not been fully captured. That is where our engineers step in to make sure the high-level plans include the necessary project specifications and documentation.   

This includes:  

  • Defining the final physical placement within the planned facility. 
  • Specifying equipment details (model numbers or motor requirements). 
  • Identifying data collection points. 
  • Creating separate design files for specialized technology like scan tunnels and custom automation. 

Once the system design is completed, installation and project management begins. 

 
 

System Design Projects

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DICK'S Sporting Goods

Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits | FL

Hudson's Bay

 

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