Leading the way in industrial simulation software
Siemens continues to rank highest in industrial simulation software according to industry experts at a global tech market advisory firm.
To meet tomorrow’s manufacturing demands today, companies must adopt digitalization in industry and embrace simulation to help them ensure that they will be able to achieve their strategic product and production objectives. ABI Research conducted a competitor ranking study of simulation software providers for both product simulation and manufacturing simulation, showing that Siemens is a clear leader in offering software to create and simulate the most comprehensive digital twin that closely matches the behavior of real-world products and production systems. This means that customers can create the most innovative products, solve the most difficult problems, and deliver the toughest jobs, easily making the necessary decisions with confidence before products are created or systems are built and commissioned since the simulation is giving them the correct answers.
The analytical capabilities provided by Simcenter™ software allied with the capabilities of the Tecnomatix® portfolio and the rest of the Xcelerator portfolio means that Siemens can provide both deep expertise in terms of solvers and also breadth of coverage with an ability to model many different types of machines on the factory floor.
By offering solutions based on their role, both experienced and novice users can take advantage of Simcenter and Tecnomatix software to model the performance of products, machines, production lines, and the facility overall.
Siemens is your choice for the creation of a comprehensive digital twin enabled by simulation due to its ability to combine software, hardware, technology and manufacturing know-how into its deep portfolio of product engineering and digital manufacturing solutions, including Simcenter, Tecnomatix Process Simulate, and Tecnomatix Plant Simulation software.
Read the report from ABI Research to learn why Siemens ranks highest in industrial simulation software.
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