3D simulation is a process of developing a three-dimensional, computational model of a real system to analyze the impact of changes. The goal is to show the users how effective their decisions in practice really are.
Sales support presentation of ideas
Optimization of processes and constructions
Digital twin, teaching with a model
Convince your prospects, work colleagues and external partners with performance of your automation system. Show it in a 3D simulation, your benefits are:
immediate visualization of the processes with 3D animation in slow or fast motion, flying the camera to the areas of interest,
all the processes are functioning the same as in the real system, plus you can interact with it and make system adjustments even during the presentation,
support for management decisions through demonstrating simulation scenarios answering their "what if?” questions,
key performance indicators KPIs are immediately available, displayed in the most convenient way.
The 3D simulation model can accurately reproduce a specific area or even a complete production system. It is used to search for a better solution, to test alternatives, to optimize a system beyond what is known now. You can:
set your goal higher and create a better layout, increase its performance,
investigate alternative scenarios risk-free and interactive, observe its functioning with key performance indicators,
optimize processes and their controllers, reduce costs by, for example, avoiding downtime or finding a failure in the system before its realization.
The digital twin is a key component of the future oriented smart factory. This is a simulation model of the complete production processes, which is connected to all important data sources (ERP, MES, etc.) and can be used immediately. Benefits are:
an immediate analysis of the complete and up-to-date production system under current order load,
a predictive planning tool that can compare alternatives for further action,
selecting risky orders, that will not be produced on time,
infinite testing options, where users such as system operators, planers and managers test real effects on the system, to learn interactions within production processes before they happen.
With an in-/direct connection to a virtual model of your system using a variety of interfaces such as PLC, MES, Excel, OPC, TCP IP or suitable robot controls, you get access and daily benefits such as:
timely simulation and software test,
reduced downtime when migrating existing systems,
increased planning security, faster completion,
higher software quality saves costs and time (programming),
resource deployment planning to optimize costs.
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