At Project Engineering, one of our clients has just announced that they are now taking orders for their new 6kW and 10kW wind turbines.
The turbines which are aimed at the domestic, small business and agricultural markets are among the class leaders in terms of affordability and payback periods (one of the shortest).
Project Engineering assisted our client with CE Marking their 6kW and 10kW turbines. This included guiding them through the CE Marking process for the turbine & generator assembly, the specially developed turbine controller and also the associated electrical equipment.
Project Engineering developed an interactive training aid and game to complement our client’s, O’Reilly Concrete, existing range of concrete sports walls. (Sports walls are concrete structures constructed for use as a training aid for sports such as hurling and football and handball.)
The system developed by Project Engineering provides a fun way to improve shooting and passing accuracy. Although initially developed for hurling, the system can be adapted to suit many different sports, including; soccer, GAA football and tennis.
By combining our mechanical engineering and analytical abilities with quality instrumentation and programming skills, Project Engineering have successfully developed new automated systems for our clients. Utilising both mechanical and electronic elements has allowed us to design systems which are simultaneously controlled and flexible. We have the knowledge to ensure your system is well-designed, robust and reliable.
Please click here to read about a case study which is an interesting example of combining mechanical, electronic and software engineering to create a controlled manufacturing system.