SOMA Test systems & Automation

Test systems from SOMA

Margin pressure and ever stricter specifications are forcing every company to work as effectively and efficiently as possible. The "zero defects" requirement is the starting point of targeted test methods for fault detection and prevention along the entire value chain.

Those who ultimately profit here are those who have an experienced test systems partner with the necessary technical and physical knowledge, and specifically detailed industry and product knowledge. Well-known customers from various industry sectors have learned to appreciate this benefit and entrust us with solving and realising their test engineering tasks.
This is reflected in a wide variety of successfully implemented test systems and facilities and customer relationships that have been forged over time. Our corporate structure is markedly interdisciplinary and is designed to enable us to offer complete solutions from one supplier. Our customers especially appreciate the advantage of having only one point of contact – from conception through to realisation.

Automation solutions from SOMA

Especially high volume producers of highly innovative products have to include a series of potential influencing factors, such as fluctuations in customer call-offs, dynamic prioritisation of product variants, shifting production to other locations, etc, within their resource planning and use these as a basis to determine their automation strategy requirements.

This requires modular, cost-efficient and investment-protected assembly and automation solutions, which can be easily and quickly adapted to altered production conditions due to their flexibility.

However, in sectors where products are manufactured with long run times and few innovation cycles, less emphasis is placed on the flexibility of the automation equipment.

High availability and high throughput rates with the lowest possible investment are more important in this case.

SOMA offers solutions for a wide range of automation requirements, from simple, flexible, manual workplaces, to customised, strictly linked rotary or linear transfer systems through to fully automated assembly systems with process modules that can be used flexibly.