Automation and control

We maximise the profitability and safety of our client’s' assets by integrating complex systems in industrial facilities through the application of technology coupled with deep domain knowledge.

Being technology enabled allows us to provide the best solutions to our clients, and globally proven execution methodologies mean the deployment will be predictable and safe.

Wood's automation and control solutions are provided globally by around 1,400 dedicated technical staff across a network of 41 offices in 17 countries. Enhanced by our extensive discipline engineering expertise, high-value engineering offices and unmatched global reach, technology projects are delivered to virtually all corners of the globe. We employ only the best personnel and focus on building teams with deep domain knowledge around the industries we serve, and the operations, equipment and technologies that make them work.

We apply the latest digital techniques to deliver projects smarter, safer and more cost effective. Whether we are using our artificial intelligence (AI) tools to automatically adjust process simulations, deploying audit tools to compare configuration to design data in real time, or virtual commissioning to reduce time at site, we are always pushing for innovation and data-centric execution.

Our technology and service offerings span a number of areas:

  • Process automation systems
  • Facility automation, robotics and vision
  • Simulation, learning and virtual systems
  • Asset protection solutions
  • Intelligent operations

Wood’s automation and control expertise covers many industries – spanning all oil and gas segments, to automotive manufacturing and fabrication, renewables, mining & minerals, industrial, power, nuclear, and pharmaceuticals.

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