Ingenious Power and Control Systems: Creating the Next-Gen of Industrial Automation Experts

Ubaidulla ,  Director

Ubaidulla M, Director

The global industrial automation market is projected to touch $352.2 billion by the end of 2024, growing at a 6.6 percent CAGR over the projected period (Transparency Market Research Report). However, the skill gap between what the manufacturing industry needs and what the graduates know must be closed before the industry can make full use of industrial automation. Hence, the industry and the academia should work together to build a strong repository of automation skills before the crisis reaches critical state. Cochin-based Ingenious Power and Control Systems’ (IPCS) industrial automation training programs are designed to map and bridge this gap. Its curriculum is designed for the job seekers and working professionals, and is imparted by trained experts holding yearsof industry experience. Additionally, being into Projects, Products, Training and Consulting services empowers IPCS to design syllabus (industry endorsed) considering not just the present, but the future needs of the industry too.
"We train students on miniature versions of our projects to make them confident to approach real industry"

The Caravan of Training Modules
IPCS’ array of courses cover Professional Diploma in Industrial Automation (assured internship with stipend), Electrical Controls and Panel Designing (designing various control panels, doing live wiring with three phase supply, and building motor control circuits), Certified IoT professionals (advanced training program on IoT to make students a real asset for the industry through practical training with advanced hardware and tools), and Certified BMS Engineer (to equip graduates to work independently on the building automation controls). Further, its Industrial Networking is a program for experienced engineers to familiarize about different industrial protocols and communication systems. All these programs are certified by BSS and STED Council by Central Government of India, TUV Rheinland Germany, DELTA and Allen Bradley, DEHN Germany and others.

IPCS provides hands-on practical training (90 percent of training is practical) at its highly equipped labs, along with participation in its live projects apart from industry visits for practical exposure. It further provides online certificate validation, free support to revise the training programs even after completion of the course, along with on-the-job training and
internship programs. “We train students on miniature versions of our projects to make them confident to approach real industry. In thelatest updates, we are concentrating on IoT and IIoT concepts, AI and robotics,” asserts Ubaidulla M, Director, IPCS.

Apart from industrial automation training and services, the company also provides services in BMS, CCTV & Security Systems Training, Embedded Systems, NDT, Digital Marketing training & Services and IT programs. The training programs provide the best practice in the latest technologies, trends, and challenges in the immensely competitive areas of automation and embedded technologies. It further provides extensive support on soft skill development and placement assistance to students. Inching ahead every minute with its extraordinary methods, IPCS has served corporate giants like Malayala Manorama, KMML, Sudan Currency Printing Press, ARAMCO, Milma Hindalco, and others.

The Way Forward
Established in 2008, IPCS has already flexed its stand by incurring almost 80 permanent staff spread across Cochin, Calicut, Trivandrum, Kasaragod, Coimbatore, Chennai, Siliguri, Dubai, Qatar, and Kenya. Its growth rate has remained very promising and has reached a whopping Rs.10 crore last fiscal year. The company plans to establish 20 more centers in India and 10 abroad, apart from launching training programs by integrating online learning and hands-on practical training.