In the realization of complex mechatronic devices, the effective integration of all the composing elements plays a crucial role for the proper functioning of the final system.
For this motivation, despite some activities in the production process are sometimes outsourced to external service suppliers (like the machining of large-size mechanical parts or the welding of components on electronic boards), the final integration steps on the systems under development are always performed by Graal Tech people.
Expert technicians routinely execute all the operations related with mechatronic assembling and cabling, by exploiting the facilities of the internal electronic laboratory and mechanical workshop.
The successive step is the execution of the operations related with the calibrations of sensors and the configurations of all the devices, like servos, requiring an initial firmware programming, before usage.
Once finalized, the systems are first examined with lab instruments, then different functional tests are performed to verify the compliance wiith the working specifications.
Whenever needed, wet tests are also executed, before field trials, by exploiting the indoor pool (equipped with a wave generator and with a sensorized load cell) and the outdoor tank (filled with sand and used for testing systems that have to interact with the sea-bottom surface).