The technical knowledge required to design, develop and successfully implement computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) systems, has been adapted across several industries. Our knowledge, initially in the textile industry, has been applied to food and beverage, plastics, and rubber compounding. CC+I has demonstrated proficiency in design, development, and implementation of real-time monitoring and control systems, for each of these industries.
Our systems span a wide variety of discrete, batch and continuous processes. Specific processes where these automation techniques have been exhibited include: beverage filling lines, continuous textile ranges, injection/blow molding, batch and continuous mixing operations, material handling, motion control, textile/ slasher control, machine monitoring, work-in-process tracking, and laboratory testing.