motorized drawers are neat but you have to have a clear area in front of it and room behind it for any wires.
you can put the actuator and wires below it to get more room in the drawer but then the whole thing is thicker and takes up more space.
the actuator needs to give even/centered force or it will not extend correctly.
even the best ball bearing slides will bind some during extension. and they aren't cheap.
you will also find the automated controllers are seldom right for the actuators.
some actuators like what Auto-loc sells have hall effect sensors.. but you won't find a good controller for them.. and the actuators controllers are made for are not strong enough to do the job.
I have used a Dakota Digital controller with a Auto-loc actuator. It doesn't work well but it does kinda work. I had to re-wire the actuator because although the plug was the same the pin-out was different and some of the leads were useless.
or, you can just buy some relays and a aftermarket window switch... but that's not "automated"
$115 for the AutoLoc 12"actuator rated for 200lbs - amazon
$110 for the Dakota Digital PAC-3100 controller - SummitRacing.com
Another option is to get a window motor and mono-rail gear out of an old chrysler (they are strong as shit)..
you will have to re-make the mono-rail but you could save space and just use window switches to control it.