Automation Studio Professional Edition Software by Famic Technologies

space exploration rocket  landing gear simulation

Aerospace

helicopter  landing gear simulation

Aerospace

airplane wing with engine  landing gear simulation

Aerospace

airplane landing gear  landing gear simulation

Aerospace

Automation Studio™ is the ultimate tool used to model, optimize and validate the different energy systems, control systems and actuation systems present in aerospace and aeronautics applications, as well as in flight simulators.

The software allows you to design, simulate, analyze, and partially or completely integrate the hydraulic, pneumatic and/or electrical functions of your systems.

Functions

  • Brakes
  • Cooling, Lubrication, and Filtration
  • Auxiliary Functions
  • Flow Control Module
  • Air Management Systems and Pressurization
  • Flight Control and Actuation Systems
  • Filtering
  • Gears and Gearboxes…

Types of machines

  • Engine Fuel Pumps
  • Pressure Valves
  • Power Transfer Unit (PTU)
  • Landing Gear
  • Door Actuation System
  • Secondary Flight Controls
  • Fuel Metering Valve
  • Electro-hydraulic Actuators (EHA)...


From the very first design stages, you can simulate your systems with different types of fluids, such as oils and gases, all the while taking into account their technical characteristics. This allows you to easily size your system facilities under different conditions, for example a condition of high pressure and high flowrates. Using simulation, validate preliminary design and verify that it meets the required specifications before production.

You can design and model your test benches in this virtual environment to test your aeronautical equipment in a cost-effective manner before proceeding to actual machine testing. Automation Studio™ also allows testing in extreme conditions that can be difficult and/or expensive to accurately replicate on physical test benches.

Reusing your schematics and modeling your control panels allows you to train your operators and maintenance technicians in a simulated system. You can teach them the proper way to handle instruments and demonstrate procedures used in their daily activities. Consequently, they will be able to repeat these scenarios safely until they fully master them.