TECHNOLOGICS headquartered in Bangalore, India. is established by technology pioneers having decades of experience across India & Middle East in controls and automation industry. We offer a wide range of services, related to PLC SCADA, IBMS, LabVIEW, Building Automation, Home Automation, Embedded systems, ETAP Power, JAVA JSP, Python, Device Driver, IOT & OPC for commercial, residential and Industrial sectors.
TECHNOLOGICS commenced business trading as a designer and installer of multi-brand controls, automation distribution systems, providing a complete range of Custom Installation services and has an extensive experience in the field of complex turn-key solutions development and integration. We propose, design, develop, train, install, integrate, operate and maintain the state of the art EMBEDDED, IBMS/SCADA and the PLC automation systems and solutions. The services we offer span the full development / integration lifecycle from definition of requirements to field testing of implemented solutions.
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