Advanced virtual reality with Plant Simulation software
In this lecture, we explore the integration of Plant Simulation software with Virtual Reality (VR) technology, specifically HTC Vive, and discover the transformative impact it has on manufacturing efficiency. By merging the power of Plant Simulation software’s digital modeling with the immersive capabilities of VR, we unlock a new dimension in optimizing and streamlining manufacturing processes.
Unleashing the benefits: Convincing experts to embrace standardization in production systems
Defining a software as a standard tool doesn’t ensure its adequate usage. This blog shares how Bosch Powertrain Solutions tackled this topic by working on standards development, data consistency and training. It highlights the development of a standard library focusing on the involvement of new users and existing experts.
Simplified model generation for AGV simulation using Plant Simulation software
At the Siemens Gerätewerk Erlangen, an automatic Plant Simulation software model setup was developed that enables dynamic and simple modeling without expert knowledge. As a result, the model always remains up-to-date and supports the planning and optimization of logistics and production.
Superior shipbuilding modeling and simulation
The development of the STS library for Plant Simulation software started in an industrial company as the basis for simulation of complex production and logistics. Today, the STS library provides varied functionality for model building, analysis and data management in many industries.
The empowering benefits of linking the digital twin of production online with real production
By linking the digital twin of production online with the real production, a completely new quality of data is generated within the material flow simulation model. This enables the unlocking of new use cases for planners and shop floor leaders.
Welcome to the 2023 Tecnomatix Plant Simulation User Conference!
Discrete event simulation is a powerful tool used in many industries, including manufacturing, logistics, and healthcare. It involves modeling a system as a series of discrete events, such as the arrival of a customer or the start of a production run, and simulating how the system behaves over time. This allows analysts to study the system’s performance under different scenarios, identify bottlenecks and inefficiencies, and test new strategies for improvement. Plant Simulation software from Siemens is one of the leading platforms for discrete event simulation, and the annual user conference is a key event for experts in the field to share knowledge and insights.