The Way to minimize risk and assure success
Somit Automation has embraced a standard workflow to manage a project that’s just one example of our commitment to excellence.
Project workflow is a process by which everyone involved in an automation project can perform to clearly defined expectations, completing the project on time and within budget.

Stage One
Client and our Project Team define expectations and come to an understanding of the financial motives and justification for the project. Often during this stage, we use simulation techniques that give customers a realistic glimpse at how the system might perform.
Simulation is a tool for proving concepts and defining expectations long before a major investment of resources is made.

Stage Two
In the second stage, our project team develops a functional description of the system, which results in a scope of work. This migrates into a detailed description and acceptance test plan and procedure.
During this planning process, our engineers and client freely exchange ideas and information, committing the scope of the project to paper. No hardware is ordered nor is any code written.
This stage also involves the actual development and implementation of the project. Software is written, hardware schemes developed, and actual hardware and software products are integrated. The resulting system is tested to the specifications agreed upon earlier in the project.

Stage Three
The final stage of this project methodology begins with the factory acceptance test, where the complete system hardware and software is demonstrated.
We provide emulation techniques to prove system performance. Modifications to make at this point are much easier than reorienting and rearranging hardware on the plant. Emulation provides yet another opportunity to fine tune the system before it is shipped to the client’s facility.
During this stage, start-up and commissioning are supervised by the project team and also provides comprehensive training for operators and complete documentation.