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Our mission is to continuously improve our customers’ operational performance through technology. We bring revolutionary products to life for a wide range of industries. As of today, the CAMLIN operation spans over 20 countries across the globe.


Asset Monitoring,
Transformer & Generator Monitoring


3D Pantograph Monitoring,
Reconfigurable Power System


End-to-end Fault Location, Network Health Monitoring,
Asset Management Services


Enabling More Efficient Biogas Upgrading

A Global Technology Leader

CAMLIN operates with the vision of bringing revolutionary products to life for a wide range of industries, including power and rail, and also has interests in a number of R&D projects in a variety of scientific sectors.

At CAMLIN we believe in high quality engineering and design, allowing us to develop market leading products and services. In short, we love creating value for our customers by solving difficult problems. As of today, the CAMLIN operation spans over 20 countries across the globe.

World Class Facilities

CAMLIN has made significant investments in hi-tech equipment both at the headquarters in Northern Ireland and satellite facilities in Bologna, Parma and Krakow.

Intensive Research & Development, along with world class staff and equipment enables us to produce a large proportion of component parts internally, reducing production times and putting quality at the heart of our customer focused operation.

A Partner You Can Trust

CAMLIN maintain a large team of specialists deployed in centres of excellence across the globe. This offers technical support to customers at a local level.

Furthermore our field support engineers service a global remit. We have engineers placed in China, USA, Europe, Australia, South Africa & Middle East.

Driving Performance Via Machine Learning & AI

The SAPIENT service continuously monitors equipment deployed in the field and analyses the resultant data. It can offer highly targeted information to users searching for faults on the network.

This removes the need for multiple excavations and saves both time and cost. Through continual monitoring, faults, even incipient ones, can be identified early, allowing proactive repairs to be carried out and avoiding customer disruption.