Our test system expertise flows through the veins of each Optimation company, giving Optimation the opportunity to provide applications to customers across the country and the world, and across different industries. Test system applications served as a base for our original growth, and we have only added expertise and strength as the years have gone by. In 2002, we acquired Quantum Controls, a leading test system integrator located in Detroit. In 2003, we acquired Omnia Technology in Houston, focused on test and validation systems for medical devices. In 2004 we completed the acquisition of Dumont Associates, a firm with a long legacy of bio, pharmaceutical and validation experience in New England.
User Friendly Test Software
Optimation’s software is object oriented, allowing for easy expandability as testing needs grow. Key parameters reside in a test system database, which makes system maintenance straightforward for onsite personnel.
Many of the test systems we implement today leverage reusable code we have developed using National Instruments LabView software. Optimation’s manufacturing test software boasts an intuitive and consistent user interface that make operator training easy. The consistency of the look and feel of the interface allows operators to switch from one of our test stands to another with a minimal learning curve.
Because of our wide range of expertise, Optimation is sensitive to the critical nature that system documentation plays in industries such as medical, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical. Our documentation process begins before the system is built. Optimation creates comprehensive requirements specifications and design descriptions that detail the hardware, software, and database implementations.
Automation Test System Report Generation
The validation phase of the project consists of a validation plan, validation protocol, and validation report. Upon successful test stand installation and operation, process performance parameters will be measured and the product being tested on the stand will be assessed against known bench test values. The validation will also include information on the configuration management requirements for continuous test system use.