Register now for the Plant Simulation Experiment Manager web training event

By Stephanie Aldrete



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Would you like to participate in live technical training to learn how to get the most out of Plant Simulation Experiment Manager?  Many of our annual conference attendees indicated that free web training would be extremely helpful and now we want accommodate their request.

Please join us!



Thursday, November 3rd, 2016 at 14:00 German time (=CET)
Duration: 45- 60 minutes

Germany is in the Central European Time Zone.

Central European Standard Time (CET ) is 1 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time
( GMT+1 ). Summer / Daylight Saving Time until: Sunday 30 October 2016 01:00 GMT




Live web training using the Experiment Manager in an existing model.

The Training is free of charge.

The web based training requires registration.

During the session you will learn about:


  • Stochastics: Run the same simulation automatized with multiple observations (this should be a “must” for every simulation including random numbers such as failures or manual worktimes)


  • Automatic multi-level experiment design.  Get the most out of your valuable simulation model. It shouldn’t take a few weeks to create the model.  Let the computer do the work and analyze it.


  • Statistics.  Understand median, average value, confidence interval, etc.

  • Random experimental design


  • Two-level experimental design


  • Factor analysis


  • Understand the confidence level


  • Best utilization of multi-core computers


  • Reports generation


  • There will be a Q&A session after the training




It will be a technical training intended for Plant Simulation users understanding how to build Plant Simulation models. The conference is for Plant Simulation users, including customers, partners and Siemens employees. 
Please register now as the number of phone lines is limited to 100 participants. 

For registration please use the online link:

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