Bishop-Wisecarver Group (BWG), a WBENC certified woman-owned family of companies that works with manufacturers to engineer, manufacture, and build linear and rotary motion solutions, custom complex assemblies, and optimal embedded intelligence systems, has announced the launch of their mechatronics based engineering service company.
WRW Engineering helps companies integrate mechanical, electrical, and software engineering into custom mechatronic solutions that achieve higher production efficiencies, faster time to market, and increased revenues.
“By understanding the interplay between these three disciplines, we design and develop optimal embedded intelligence systems such as automated flexible testing stations, smart products, and autonomous machines,” said Ali Jabbari, Vice President of Engineering. “I am very excited to offer our customers this holistic approach.”
The core of WRW is founded on BWG’s roots, building on its history of creative problem solving, engineering expertise, and extensive industry knowledge.
WRW’s multi-talented team is focused on the development of solutions and patents that can be applied to a wide range of problems, the creation of intuitive modular systems and tools, the provision of software hooks to facilitate interaction between proprietary software and the customer’s software, and engineering higher performance and lower costs through embedded intelligence.
“For more than 60 years we’ve been very focused on delivering products and solutions that provide a single point of service for our customers,” said Pamela Kan, President of BWG. “These new offerings result in custom designs, product differentiation, increased efficiencies, and accelerated time to market.”
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