Qualified Service and Experience
Venus Automation is an authorised distributor and importer of leading European and Japanese automation manufacturers. With a huge product range from Wieland, Reer, Pizzato, ASO, Nuova Elettronica, Sprecher & Schuch, Hokuyo Safety Scanners, Metal Work Pneumatic, Schlegel, Dold, Palazzoli, and Mechan; our product specialists and engineers will assist in finding and designing the right solution to fill your sensing, automation, safety and connectivity needs.
Our lead engineer has 30+ years of experience in the automation industry, and we maintain a staff that is knowledgeable about the products and industry we serve. We specialise in providing risk assessment, safety design, validation to the Machinery Safety Standards, along with the Workplace Health and Safety Act and Regulations.
Founded in 2016, Raju Kotecha established Venus Automation in his garage located in Pymble.
He was able to become an exclusive distributor for some of the leading European safety manufacturers such as Wieland Electric, ReeR Safety, ASO Safety Safety Solutions and DOLD. With 30+ years of engineering experience Raju was able to gain a foothold in the safety automation industry, selling safety PLCs, interlocks and sensors all over Australia. He also earned the trust of Australian manufacturing companies performing safety and validation assessments on their machines.
In February 2018, Raju was able to move into Venus Automation’s first office and warehouse to facilitate his small team of employees. During this time he was able to gradually grow his product range contracting with other leading European manufacturers Pizzato Elettrica and Schlegel.
In late 2021, Anton Szakacs joined the team, operating from Melbourne. Utilising his expert knowledge, Venus Automation has been able to expand our product range to the Wieland connectors and Palazzoli.
An on-site examination of plant and equipment
Analysis of primary hazards
Evaluating existing risk reduction principles
Comparison of machine compliance with existing regulations
Priority list (hierarchy of risk)
Plant assessment report
Consultation with all relevant personnel
Provide a detailed report documenting risk control recommendations
Safety requirement specification
Detailed electrical, mechanical, software and control system design
Engineering drawings for easier upgrading and installation of safety devices
Assessment of existing design against safety requirements
Evaluate selected components
Test of safety related hardware and software equipment
- 1 Day – Machine Safety Training and Practical Wiring/Programming of Safety Controller
1 Day – Safety Training Form
3 Day – CESE: Certified Electrical Safety Engineer
3 Day – Safety Training Form