Automation Studio Professional Edition Software by Famic Technologies

renewable energy  electrical circuit simulation


wind turbine and solar panels  electrical circuit simulation


Automation Studio™ was created to design, model, validate and integrate systems related to all kinds of engineering fields, particularly energy production and storage.

Automation Studio™ helps you model renewable energy sources, power generation plants, and energy transportation and storage systems.


  • Solar Panels
  • Wind Turbine
  • Generators
  • Batteries
  • Condensers
  • Voltage Booster Transformer
  • Reservoirs...

System Modelling

  • Off-grid Systems
  • Distribution Centers
  • Electric Power Stations
  • Hydraulic Power Stations...

In addition to facilitating the sizing of your photovoltaic plants, wind farms, etc., the software also allows you to study and analyze efficiency and productivity in order to maximize your production and earnings accordingly.

Automation Studio™ is the ideal tool to train your operators effectively in all extreme conditions through a realistic and safe environment. The simulation allows you to test and validate your maneuvering plans.

Automation Studio™ includes an Electrotechnical module for your industrial electrical infrastructure, as well as a One-Line Electrical module for your power distribution stations. You can reproduce all your electrical installations in order to simulate them. For example, you can optimize your power factors or analyze the selectivity of differential protections.

You can also validate start-up sequences and test the proper operation of your facilities in all types of environments using our IEC or NEMA standard libraries. You can test your installation under normal or defective service conditions (faults at the terminals, online, short circuit, etc.) using the troubleshooting module. The latter allows an analysis of the system’s behaviour in failure mode, and thus the implementation, for example, of a preventive correction even before a physical failure occurs on the actual machine.