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  • Automotive

    As competition increases, automotive manufacturers and automotive component suppliers are under increasing pressure to improve production efficiency, flexibility and product quality. With Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Kaizen, Kanban and Just-in-Time initiatives high on the industry’s agenda, automotive manufacturers are investing in efficiency and quality improvement technologies.
  • Aviation

    The aviation industry is under increasing pressure to improve the quality of the service it provides to its customers. Airport management and engineering teams are turning to automation and monitoring technology to optimise service levels. Industrial Technology Systems Ltd (ITS) offers a range of Facility and Equipment Monitoring, SCADA, Programmable Logic Controllers and Management Information Systems to monitor, control and improve the reliability of airport facilities.
  • Chemical & Petrochemical

    To achieve and maintain competitiveness, the Chemical and Petrochemical industries are under increasing pressure to improve safety and environmental commitment, equipment availability, costs and operational efficiency. The natural place to look for these improvements is through investments in process control and automation technologies.
  • Energy Renewables

    Industrial Technology Systems, through its collaboration with ICONICS, a Microsoft® Gold Certified Partner of the Year and provider of web-enabled, industrial visualisation software for Microsoft Windows® Operating Systems, offers a range of solutions for wind farms, turbine warranty management, solar power plants, hydro electric, tidal systems, bio gas, fuel cell operation and landfill gasification.
  • Food & Beverage

    Legislation, regulations, tight margins and increases in competition are driving food and beverage manufactures to invest in automation, control and traceability systems to increase production efficiency and profitability. ITS offers a range of solutions to assist food and beverage manufacturers in their quest to reduce batch variability, downtime and waste, whilst improving productivity and product traceability.
  • Medical Device

    The medical device industry is under increasing pressure from regulatory bodies and consumers to improve and maintain quality and compliance, and to reduce costs. As a result, the medical device industry is moving towards lean manufacturing and continuous improvement to improve productivity, reduce costs and waste, and increase equipment availability and uptime.
  • Nuclear

    The nuclear industry is heavily reliant on process control technology to improve performance and safety commitment. ITS has been actively involved with British Nuclear Group for many years and has undergone formal British Nuclear Group accreditation to enable us to carry out work on safety-related systems, as part of an overall company strategy to move towards IEC 61508.
  • Oil & Gas

    The oil and gas industry relies heavily on automation, control and industrial safety systems to meet regulatory requirements, increase process reliability and reduce operational costs. ITS offers Management Information Systems, SCADA, Programmable Logic Controllers, Fire & Gas and Emergency Shutdown Systems to improve the regulatory compliance, safety and performance of oil and gas companies.
  • Paper & Pulp

    The paper and pulp industry in the UK is not only an ancient one, dating back to the 15th century, but also one of the country’s most responsive sectors in terms of innovation and environmental awareness. ITS has extensive experience as an industrial automation systems integrator in a number of specialist sector areas, including Paper and Pulp.
  • Pharmaceutical

    The pharmaceutical and life science industries are under escalating competition and regulatory pressure to increase flexibility and productivity, whilst reducing costs and improving quality. At Industrial Technology Systems Ltd (ITS), we recognise the importance of working to and complying with the regulatory guidelines governing the industry, and our risk-based approach to validation ensures that all systems are designed, installed and tested according to GAMP® 5 guidelines.