Specialized in engineering, computer science and project management, and with its own integrated R&D and design office, the T&S Group supports its clients in innovative development projects in line with market requirements.
With its expertise in mechatronics and more specifically embedded systems, its core business, T&S has been able to expand its offer by combining its expertise with that of the group's other brands.
The group now has solid expertise in Mechanics, Industrial Processes, IT and Digital, thanks to its entities Antaes, Octelio, Arias Maia and Lormatech. This multidisciplinarity offers new avenues for development of our talents.
Our consultants are the foundation of the T&S Group technical know-how. All graduated from high level schools and universities, they bring their technical skills to the projects, and also their sense of innovation and their ability to deliver technical advise to our customers.
Transversal teams are responsible for orchestrating the smooth running of projects, providing advice to the different contributors. Human Resources, Sales Administration, Accounting, Quality, Training, Communication and Marketing form the backbone of the T&S Group collaborative project.
Our sales managers are the privileged interface of customers, consultants and internal transversal teams. They carry the actions of recruitment, management, development and management of their area.
Key competence of the Group
Software Development Engineer
Their main tasks are to contribute to the detailed analysis of functional and technical needs, to code the solution (software, application, system etc.), to produce the corresponding documentation, to implement the solution with the selected technologies, to conduct the testing and sign off on its development, manage the corrective and adaptive maintenance of the application.
They may also be required to train users, contribute to production, guide the acceptance testing process, handle acceptance test feedback, and provide customer support. Accessible to young graduates, this role can vary depending on the size of the company and/or the project. The size and complexity of the projects will have an impact on the Developer's job. In a small organisation, an experienced developer may have to handle elements of design and architecture. The job takes on a different scope along with projects' varying technological scopes Some projects may lend themselves to close contact with the customer, while others will involve none at all.
Embedded electronics engineer
The embedded electronics engineer designs and builds complex electronic systems and defines the architecture of products and components for applications in various industries (automotive, aeronautics, mobile and networked objects, energy, healthcare, etc.).
Their main activities are the study of the preliminary project, the technical translation of the functional need, the design and development of the product and testing and validation. On some projects, the embedded electronics engineer also provides support to the start-up by performing the installation and on-site configuration. On some important projects, the embedded electronics engineer may be required to supervise teams of engineers and technicians. They may also personally ensure the purchase of hardware or components and/or software.
From time to time, they may be required to perform pre-sales activities by providing technical support to the sales teams. The embedded electronic engineer role and skills required may vary, depending on the type of embedded system on which they work. As such, complementary skills, or even dual skills in electricity, robotics, avionics, calculation, mechanics, etc. may be required, depending on the field of activity for which they design the product.
A minimum of 1 to 3 years’ experience in the field is required. However, the position of embedded systems engineer can be accessible to young Bac+5 graduates.
A world without mechanics: no satellites, no high-speed trains, no engines and no gearboxes. In combination with electronics and IT, it provides industries with the equipment and components they need. Automotive, aerospace, arms, shipbuilding, mechanics, metal, energy: all of these sectors use mechanical engineers.
In the design office, the mechanical engineer is involved in the creation of new products or the improvement of existing ones. On their computer screen, they are able to design an aircraft wing, landing gear or the shape of a bodywork part and determine the stresses acting on the mechanical system (temperature, air resistance, friction) and derives the characteristics of each part from that calculation. This work requires many calculations made using specialised software.
In an engineering consultancy, the mechanical engineer designs the equipment used by industrial companies. They then define the architecture of the automated machines that manufacture motors or assemble vehicle bodywork. After which, they oversee the installation of the machines. Responsible for a production unit, they ensure the smooth running of the workshops and compliance with quality and deadlines, help to solve various technical problems, and improve the organisation of the workstations.
The mechanical engineer will most often hold a degree in engineering, either from a non-specialist school (Ensam, ENI, Insa, the central schools of Paris and Lyon, etc.), or more specialist aeronautics, shipbuilding or automotive manufacturing schools (Estaca, Ensta, Isae Supaéro). Graduates from Bac+5 (Masters)-level courses can hold equivalent positions in applied research, development studies or industrialisation methods.