Automation, Instrumentation and Telecommunications are the disciplines that form the core business of ATM. A brief description of each discipline, and of ATM’s approach to each one, is provided hereinbelow.


Automation is commonly defined as the use of Control Systems in industrial processes, to reduce the need of human intervention, not just with regard to physical work, but also with respect to human sensory and mental requirements.

According to ATM’s approach, Automation is mainly the opportunity to maximize plant safety and productivity, as well as business profitability, by combining readily available state-of-the-art technologies with the process characteristics and requirements.

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Instrumentation is a general term used to cover any device meant to measure and monitor process variables such as flow rate, temperature, pressure, chemical composition levels, etc.

As observed in the case of Automation, instruments are usually a winning factor to improve the safety, productivity and reliability of a process, as well as to monitor quality.

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Telecommunications can commonly be defined as the systems used to transmit signals from a certain source, which signals are then converted into data, or usable information, by an appropriate receiving system.

The scope of telecommunications, however, is being continuously broadened, from the initial telephone, radio and TV systems and equipment, to the Internet, Local Area Networks and Satellite Communication Systems, Paging, Intruder Detection, etc. systems, including the relevant equipment, such as UPS systems, power distribution panels and a full range of accessories.

The use of Page Europa’s services, combined with ATM’s plant engineering expertise, enables us to provide all-round added value services in a continuously developing sector.