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Software design and development are collaborative processes that require effective communication, problem-solving skills, and a deep understanding of programming languages, frameworks, and technologies. The goal is to create reliable, functional, and user-friendly software that addresses specific needs and adds value to users or organizations.


Software design is the process of defining the architecture, structure, and components of a software system. It involves making critical decisions about how the software will be organized, how different modules will interact, and how data will flow between different parts of the system. Design also includes selecting appropriate algorithms, data structures, and patterns to ensure efficiency, scalability, and maintainability of the software.


This involves translating the design into actual programming languages, using coding standards and best practices. Developers create, test, and debug the code to ensure that it functions as intended and meets the requirements defined in the design phase.


Visualizing processes in the field of automation, especially within HMI/SCADA systems, is crucial for modern plant management. By graphically representing operational data and process flows, plant operators and technicians can quickly grasp the current status and potential irregularities. Not only does this promote efficient monitoring and control of facilities, but it also minimizes downtime by timely detection of disruptions. Moreover, process visualization allows for optimized operational management, as changes and trends can be more easily identified. In summary, process visualization significantly contributes to enhancing reliability, efficiency, and safety in automation technology. 


Commissioning is a critical phase that bridges the gap between development and active usage. Properly executed commissioning ensures a smooth transition and minimizes disruptions as the software becomes an integral part of an organization's operations or serves its intended users.


Electrical hardware development requires expertise in electronics, engineering principles, circuit design, and manufacturing processes. The goal is to produce hardware that meets functional requirements, quality standards, and user needs, contributing to technological advancements and innovative solutions.


Designing hardware necessitates a deep understanding of electronics, foundational engineering concepts, and fabrication techniques. The primary objective is to develop robust and high-performance physical plants that not only drive technological novelties, but also cater to the demands and expectations of users.


This involves the safe and organized arrangement of wiring, equipment, and controls to enable the proper functioning of electrical systems. 


It involves adopting new techniques, materials, and design approaches to create more efficient, powerful, and innovative hardware solutions.


General overhaul is a strategic decision undertaken to revitalize and enhance the effectiveness of a project, system, or process. It requires careful planning, execution, and collaboration

What our customers say

"We have been working with JSL Automation for many years and during this time we have successfully built up and continued to roll out the automation of our test field with JSL. Professional advice, reliable implementation, on-site presence and continuity are very important to us. We hope that it will continue like this."

Frank Vetter


Head of Laboratory

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