As the complexity of production equipment grows, machine and line builders tasked with the design of his equipment struggle with cost, quality, functionality as well as time-to-market. To meet these challenges, they are confronted with an increasing amount of interaction and interfaces among the mechanical, fluidic, electrical and software disciplines that adds further complexity to their processes and design work.
Siemens’ Automation Designer provides a unique solution to these problems by offering a collaborative environment where electrical and software engineers can do their work and integrate seamlessly with the mechanical design. This allows the design process to be more structured and enables parallel engineering of the disciplines. Speeding up design time while simultaneously increasing design quality and consistency.
Watch the video and see how Multi-Disciplinary Design can help solve your problems.