Application Automation

SECG excels by using advanced programmatic methods that facilitate iterative design by leveraging the power of custom built advanced workstations and numerical servers. Automating common tasks in programs such as Solidworks, Inventor, and Excel can greatly expedite relative tasks to improve workflow. This is done by the use of in-program macros, software API, and standalone software for user interface and control.

Utilized Programming Languages

  • .NET (ASP, VB, C#)
  • C/C++
  • JAVA
  • HTML
  • SQL

Embedded Control System Design

Embedded systems can be found in almost every item on the market -- from automotive to aerospace to oil and gas, and consumer products. There is a huge necessity for design that emphasizes the use of high-level software, hardware, and tools. SECG can design high-quality embedded systems to fit any need small to large.

Embedded Control System Design

PCB and Electronic System Design

From developing complex schematics to specifying parts for a bill of materials, SECG provides a PCB and electronic system design for prototype or production. SECG uses National Instruments Circuit Design Suite for circuit design, routing, simulation, and validation to ensure your design is optimized before going to production.

Control Systems and Instrumentation

SECG can design and develop equipment used to monitor and control engineering systems. SECG’s main goal is to design your systems such that they run correctly and efficiently.

Control Systems and Instrumentation

Harness Development and Routing

Through the use of harness design and routing software, SECG can greatly minimize harness and wiring creation and assembly costs. A 3D hose or wiring route is created to verify length and fit-up, this is and then the 3D route is transferred into a 2D nailboard drawing. The nailboard drawing can then be sent to a harness manufacturer to create harnesses and hose runs in large quantities. Designing standard wire and hose routings can reduce material and build cost, while simultaneously creating a more consistent product line.