AutomationWorks, Inc.

Silicon Valley manufacturing and test automation engineering consulting. Robotics, motion control, vision, instrumentation. Mechanical, electrical, software engineering, system integration. FDA medical, pharmaceutical, electronics, semiconductor, automotive.

Serving Silicon Valley startups and Fortune 500s for over 20 years, AutomationWorks provides a full suite of services including software, mechanical, and electrical engineering, fabrication and system integration. AutomationWorks specializes in complex systems combining motion control and machine vision for automation of test and assembly. With experience in FDA regulated environments and demanding automotive applications, AutomationWorks supports machinery and applications around the world. Markets include electronics, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, semiconductor, and automotive industries.

Services Offered
Hourly Consulting - NI LabVIEW, Mechanical Design, System Integration
Partner Level
Alliance Partner
Website
www.automationworks.com
Company Email
jeff.long@automationworks.com
Year Established
1996
Years as an Alliance Partner
13

San Jose, California, United States (Headquarters)

Address: 266 Bayview Avenue, San Jose, California
Phone Number: 408-937-7695

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Address: 432 Short Street, New Orleans, Louisiana
Phone Number: 4089377695

Services Offered
Hourly Consulting - NI LabVIEW, Mechanical Design, System Integration
Application Area
Automation
NI Software
LabVIEW
Certifications
Certified LabVIEW Architect Certified LabVIEW Developer Certified LabVIEW Embedded Systems Developer
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Certified LabWindows/CVI Developer Certified Professional Instructor Certified TestStand Architect
Certified TestStand Developer
Industry Certifications
Company People
None listed None listed

Case Studies

  • Sorting semiconductor wafers automatically into categories based on physical and electrical characteristics such as thickness, bow, warp, total thickness variation (TTV), and type (N-type or P-type) in addition to matching the precision and repeatability o
    Sorting semiconductor wafers automatically into categories based on physical and electrical characteristics such as thickness, bow, warp, total thickness variation (TTV), and type (N-type or P-type) in addition to matching the precision and repeatability of industry-standard equipment with greater throughput, flexibility, and user friendliness at much lower cost.