At Enginasion, the process is the solution. Step 1 in the process: we listen. Your current situation is important, but it’s secondary. Tell us where you want to go. We’ll disqualify what not to do and clear the path to explore the technologies that are available—or are waiting for us to invent. Let’s solve your unique problem with a new, cost-effective and efficient outcome, whether it’s a product, process, or entirely new system or technique by which you and your customers can thrive.
Invention is an art form. Our skill sets free us up to be artists. As we approach a new challenge, our first question is “What is the real problem?” We start at the root problem and remove any preconceived notions of the solution. Finding the real problem is the key to innovation.
The start of any design is the discovery phase.Read More
Bring together hardware, software and mechanics to solve the problem.Read More
Build a working model to determine the feasibility of the engineering.Read More
Finding and solving the real problem is the key to innovation.Read More
Limited production & manufacturing services to fit low-volume needs.Read More
As Experts in the Impossible, our unique approach to solutions has given us experience over the past 20 years in a variety of industries and technologies.
Medical devices and instrumentation requires innovative solutions.Read More
Enginasion solves the complex challenges of the military complex.Read More
Automation and precision combined with efficiency of process.Read More
We created precision automation tools for pharmaceutical production.Read More
Developing data acquisition in the machine-to-machine environment.Read More
The technology solution had to be simple yet reliable. There was only one outsourcing choice for us: Enginasion.
Enginasion is the perfect solution for us without our own in-house resources to develop software and hardware enhancements.
“We pride ourselves on our ability to provide innovative solutions for industrial automation, industrial control electronics and integrated product development.”