IAS (Industrial Automation Specialists) began in a small rented office in Newport News, Virginia back in 1992. Since then, owner Kathy Burton and Vice President of Operations Preston Burton have built a reputation for accomplishing the impossible. With the motto, “There is always a way,” IAS Corp. continues to grow and now operates out of a 15,000 square foot full service facility in the NASA / Langley Research and Development Park in Hampton, VA. Additional fully equipped machine shop locations in Chester, Virginia, and in Houston and Humble, Texas offer custom-built machines, automation systems, and quality control equipment in use world-wide.
A member of AutomationDirect’s SIDirect Program, IAS Corp. offers time and money-saving mechanical and automated solutions from giant wind turbines to microscopic vision testing systems.
As a custom machine builder, IAS Corp. fits machines to customers’ exact needs. In many cases, new equipment is not needed. Instead, the best solution may already be on the floor of the customer’s facility. IAS Corp. has the engineers, technicians, and in-house resources to retrofit outdated machines with custom controls, making old machines new again.
IAS Corp. has more than 30 years combined engineering expertise, providing a solid track record for developing innovative machines, practical tools and software applications, saving clients time and money.
IAS Corp. also specializes in automation and efficiency systems. IAS Corp. builds systems that make industrial applications easier to operate, more efficient, and offer a greater return on investment. Services offered include:
• Electrical components and installation
• Pneumatic components and installation
• Electrical and Pneumatic schematics
• Assembly Machines and Lines
• C++ Programming
• DirectLOGIC PLC Programming
• Integration into existing equipment
• Operator training and manua
• Remote monitoring
The combined practical experience of the IAS Corp. team of engineers and technicians enables quick solutions to complex electrical, mechanical, chemical, and software issues, from which others have walked away.
For your next industrial automation control solution, contact IAS Corp. directly:
By Tim Roberts,
Originally Posted: Sept 1, 2011