Automotive Industry

The automotive and auto-component industries are evolving at an incredible pace. According to the IFR (International Federation of Robots) 2019 report, the automotive industry is the largest user of robots worldwide. More than 30% of robot installations happen in the automotive sector.

Automating the repetitious welding, material handling, and car body component assembly operations is known as automotive body assembly automation. Robotics, vision, and software integration can reduce labor costs and rework while enhancing quality and repeatability for automotive machining assembly, testing, and more.

Tyre Manufacturing

We offer best-in-class solutions for the tire and rubber industry. The needs for inspection and monitoring systems rise in line with the continuing automation of tyre manufacturing processes and consistently raised standards for quality.

Get intelligent automation solutions, sophisticated quality assurance systems, and cutting-edge control components for your tough automation jobs since we have extensive tyre industry expertise and know what matters.


The pharmaceutical and life science industry faces intense competition and strict regulatory guidelines. An essential objective for them is to optimize their operations. Since this industry is highly impacted by globalization, adopting a universal system makes it easier for the industry to reach high operational efficiency.

Acetech Automation is an engineering and build provider of FDA-validated medical and life sciences systems, including sterile, robotic material handling systems, automated medical device assembly, and pharmaceutical process and assembly systems.


Acetech Automation helps power industries to automate their processes for efficient and effective operations. Power plants can control energy efficiency, system security, and safety systems in real-time online thanks to an intelligent integrated distributed control and automation system. This improves energy efficiency, lowers costs, improves reliability, allows for planned control, and maximizes resource utilization.

Our end-to-end solutions provide a wide range of support for solar, wind, nuclear, thermal, and battery technology for EVs and more. These solutions, along with our industry experience and holistic approach, maximize performance, ensure safety, and improve reliability.


The oil and gas business finds cost saving automation technology a lucrative investment. It is used more frequently in procedures and processes along the value chain of exploration and production. Automation can generate a steady supply of valuable data while lowering errors. This is done to facilitate better company analysis and decision-making.

Using remote or difficult-to-access industrial infrastructure, machinery, or equipment, mobile technology, networked sensors, and data visualization increases the company 's control systems and frees human labor from doing hazardous activities.


The complexity of electronic production is rising as the size of components and circuits gets smaller. Manufacturers face various challenges while creating products, including high component density, narrow pitches, several layers, and small, delicate pieces that need exact positioning.

These problems could pose difficulties that would make product assembly and testing more difficult. Additionally, the sensitive nature of the circuits necessitates extra caution, but even then, mistakes, waste, and inefficiencies are possible. Manufacturers must seek creative and effective solutions as the market becomes more competitive and the demand for new features and goods grows.

Robots can automate almost all steps of the electronics production cycle. Some critical areas include processing materials and components, assembly lines, etching, inspections, testing, and other processes. Since most of these tests are repetitive, robots can significantly lower labor costs by reducing the number of humans while boosting production speeds, decreasing errors, and minimizing waste.

Aerospace/  Aviation

The aerospace sector is expanding, and producers are looking for creative ways to increase production. The difficulty is that because they are intricate, highly sophisticated machinery, airplanes require precise manufacturing of their parts. The aerospace industry is overcoming these obstacles with improvements in robotic integration technologies.

High automation potential exists in the manufacture of aircraft. Robotics can handle fabrication tasks, including drilling, routing, and carbon fiber layup. Assembling functions like painting, sealing, and robots can also complete fastening. Due to the stringent standards demanded of the aircraft industry, they are now also employed to examine airplanes, which takes much time.


Robotics and automation have revolutionized the manufacturing sector globally and significantly improved productivity. Technology growth has benefited the civilian sector and the military in particular. Military defence automation is already well-established. However, the field is experiencing exponential expansion due to new robotic and artificial intelligence technologies.

Better actuators and automation technology will be used in the military as technology develops. Military robots will keep getting better and performing better than their human counterparts.


IoT is helping various industries, including railways, as it continues to increase in popularity. Rail has many possibilities with automated IoT-driven solutions, from enhancing safety to boosting service reliability.

The term "Internet of Things "(IoT) has become popular and is a hot topic in many industries, including rail. The rise of IoT is reshaping industries and giving them access to fresh approaches to pressing issues.

The industry benefits from incorporating automated and IoT solutions by reducing costs and addressing train-related issues.

Acetech Automation specializes in providing secure, automated solutions for railways infrastructure. These automated systems enhance the security and safety of railway lines while also lowering the possibility of human error.

Off Road Vehicles

The deployment of autonomous cars and trucks in the real world is still years away. But a variety of off-road vehicle types are already being developed daily in agriculture, building, mining, port logistics, and other fields.

Recent technical developments promise to minimize investment barriers, increase cost savings, and improve reliability and safety. Other obstacles to mainstream acceptance include the necessity to complete coordinated, complex tasks and the demanding requirements for dependability.

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