Installers and design offices

In both the tertiary and industrial sectors, companies face strong pressures on prices and timescales for their services. To preserve their margins, they must innovate and change their methods of working. CAD work in an Engineering Office often leads to estimation problems, and can cause disagreements both in-house and with customers. For this, Algo'Tech provides support for electrical engineering offices to evolve through innovative solutions.

Stop drawing! Focus on your added value tasks

Import the entire installation from your calculation or layout system.

Communicate efficiently through sector standards (DWG, IFC, PDF, etc) and incorporate BIM into your application procedures for tertiary-sector studies

Automatically generate complete, accurate single- or multi-line folders with controls, PLCs, terminal blocks, parts lists, wiring, etc


Our answers

To your questions


How to optimise study timescales for tasks with low added value ?

In both the tertiary and industrial sectors, drawing is frequently a time-consuming, low added value process for the engineering office. The work of designers must be refocussed on their core business of producing a high-quality installation at a competitive price. Through its solutions, Algo'Tech can automate to a maximum these tasks that have no value and take time.

How can you avoid errors in diagrams ?

Today, a tertiary-sector electrical study is often split into three major phases: the layout of devices on a site plan using AutoCAD or Revit; the design calculations; and lastly the diagram. For each of these phases, the same information must be entered a number of times, leading to a high risk of errors and inconsistencies between the different steps. Our solutions allow this process to be automated.

How can you design your electrical wiring diagrams simply ?

With Elec'View CAD, you have an extremely powerful, ergonomic drawing and CAD tool. You have access to a large palette of symbols and equipment databases, plus advanced automation functions.