FGR is an engineering firm that specializes in the design, the software development and the implementation of PLC and PC based distributed control systems.

Established in 1985 FGR's mission has been to collaborate with our customers and utilize our experience, engineering and programming skills, to develop systems that will offer significant improvements in their overall plant efficiency, control and profitability.

Commitment to our customers success has driven us to develop systems that meet, not only the current needs of our clients, but are sufficiently modular and flexible to quickly adapt to future changes .  This creates an increase in plant profitability, delivering a high quality end product by providing the client with significant improvements in overall control. Efficiency is also maximized by integrating dynamic predictive maintenance and quality reporting.

In addition, FGR has frequently served as a consultant to major corporations.  We have installations involving the control, monitoring and data acquisition required for applications in excess of 5,000 digital I/O points and 100 PID analog control loops.

FGR has developed and installed integrated control systems around the world for the total automation of manufacturing processes in:

  • Production Line Automation

  • IIOT Systems for Total Plant , Single Machine or Geotechnical Monitoring

  • Vision Systems Including Line Vision System Scan Applications

  • Glass Fabrication

  • Consumer Product Packaging

  • Cement Plants

  • Conveying Systems

  • Elevator Control Systems

  • Advanced Motion Control Applications

  • Remote Telemetry Applications - IIOT

  • Concrete Batching

  • Bulk Material Handling

  • Steel - Continuous Casting, Walking Beam Furnace & Blast Furnace

  • Refineries

  • Power Generation

  • Coke Oven Control

  • Water and Waste Water

  • Coal Preparation

  • Pharmaceutical Product Packaging

  • Recycling & Waste Reduction

  • Rapid Truck & Train Loading (Batch Weighing, Coupled in Motion & Flood)

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