In response to competition and ever-growing user demand, the products of today are smart, eco-designed, long-lasting, connected and customisable.
With this in mind, Design Offices must now take industrialization and end-of-life constraints into account from the product design phase.
The arrival of digitalisation has added a new dimension to our market, with growing technological constraints involving the large-scale integration of electronics for the purposes of data capitalisation.
Covering the entire life cycle of the product now presents a daily challenge for engineers, who must not only be experts in their fields, but also be agile in order to meet the requirements of the entire product cycle.
At T&S Group, we've taken this on board. Our multidisciplinary consultant teams work together every day to fulfil our clients' requirements, but also to innovate and surprise the end user, ensuring that performance translates into growth.
In our 4 design offices (Electronics, Mechanical, IT & Digital), our experts work tirelessly to make the innovations of tomorrow a reality for today.

engineering solutions


  • Intelligent systems
  • Simulation


The design of a product requires several areas of expertise, involving the input of various engineers and technicians. Products have progressed from mechanical and electronic subassemblies to complex systems incorporating mechatronic and computer components. In order to optimise development costs and test all operating methods, products are simulated on computers, with an eye for form but also functionality.

These blocks are interfaced with others by relying on physical or dematerialized communication networks. Digital enables data collection, sorting, exploitation and modification of product behavior.

At T&S Group, our experts work to develop intelligent systems for our highly discerning clients in the Energy, Transport, Medical and Tertiary sectors. From design to simulation and testing, our consultants innovate to ensure the performance and reliability of products.

Smart factory

  • Intelligent systems
  • Simulation


The product industrialisation process has changed significantly in recent years, progressing from version 1.0 (mechanization) to 4.0, incorporating digital technology and connecting people, products and processes. The production process is currently undergoing major transformation.

Innovations in technology have made it possible to reduce manual labour and increase productivity and quality. Production lines are now connected in order to optimise the manufacturing process

The trend for ultra-customisation is creating new constraints, in terms of design, but also and particularly in the industrialisation stage. By way of example, automotive production lines are being modified for greater flexibility, with a view to meeting the needs of end users looking for greater internal and external customisation. Agility, a term used in start-ups, is now a guiding principle for production plants.

Agility must also translate into profitability. The challenge for factories is to produce faster, with more benchmarks, while maintaining a competitive price.
Engineering, Production and Supply Chain are now interconnected by physical and digital networks that allow factories to share information more rapidly and easily and to anticipate corrective measures.

Our experts at T&S Group support our clients both by advising them on the strategy to be taken, and by working with them, on the ground, to optimise existing processes. Our clients are companies from all sectors, from steel to the pharmaceutical industry.

IT & Marketing solutions

Smart data

  • Intelligent systems
  • Simulation


Products are now designed to gather information, relay it via internet, analyse it and optimise their behaviour accordingly. This is what we call the Internet of Things (IoT).Objects can also be connected to each other. Most sectors are now making use of this technology: from healthcare to home automation.

The success of a product is no longer based solely on its technical performance, but also on the behaviour of users and their needs. This is possible thanks to Smart Data (collection and sorting of relevant data) and Business Intelligence (translation of data into key information to help in decision-making).

The capture of this data also opens up points for vigilance in terms of ensuring their security. The smart product gathers data and relays it to its creator in order to optimise its behaviour. Security breaches in communications can result in the malicious use of the data.

Our consultants assist large companies, and particularly the banking sector, in interpreting the data they collect. The Cyberstrategy and Cybersecurity at T&S Group advise clients on their security strategy in order to anticipate, secure and optimise their products and processes.