Metis Automation

Metis Automation specialise in LabVIEW development for measurement, test and automation. We are experts in developing solutions for Industry 4.0 and Automated Test applications.

We understand that implementing connected manufacturing can improve your business and help you to gain a competitive advantage. Our expert team can provide you with a cutting edge, turnkey solution to creating your connected factory. Our proven, ready to use, software products will allow your project to be delivered efficiently and reliably, giving assurance that your investment in a connected factory is a success. Our engineers have a background in manufacturing and building production lines, and our team work confidently together with their combined specialist expertise. We know what your production line needs for dependable, world class manufacturing performance and can provide you with an entire package of; software, hardware, integration and support- tailored to your needs.

Services Offered
Defined Systems and Solutions, Hourly Consulting - NI LabVIEW, System Integration
Partner Level
Alliance Partner
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Year Established
Years as an Alliance Partner

Cheshire, United Kingdom (Headquarters)

Address: Pioneer House, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire
Phone Number: 0151 558 0810

Services Offered
Defined Systems and Solutions, Hourly Consulting - NI LabVIEW, System Integration
Oil and Gas
NI Hardware
CompactRIO/Modular Embedded
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
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Case Studies

  • Controlling a Subsea ROV Drill With LabVIEW and CompactRIO
    Developing a flexible subsea drilling device to explore and survey hard-to-reach offshore construction locations for the oil and gas industry.
  • Sun Explorer: Reliability Testing for The Solar Orbiter Instrumentation
    Proving the reliability of key hardware on board the Solar Orbiter, which is a European Space Agency spacecraft that will find out more about our nearest star.