Video: Design your workstation and processes to restart assembly manufacturing
In this video you will learn how Siemens Process Simulate software can play a key role in planning a safe restart of assembly manufacturing.
Process Simulate can be used to identify and reduce the impact of workplace changes required to comply with social distancing guidelines.
Examples include the impact of adding safety screens, inefficiencies imposed by altering tasks performed at a workstation, or working with changed staffing.
Process Simulate can be used to test alternative workstation designs and processes, ensuring employees can remain productive and efficient, prior to committing to shop floor changes.
This video was produced by Ulrich Raschke, Siemens Digital Industries Software. For more information about this solution, contact Ulrich.Raschke@siemens.com.
About Process Simulate Human
Process Simulate Human, built on Siemens industry-leading Jack technology, is a human modeling and simulation tool that enables you to improve the ergonomics of your product designs and to refine industrial tasks. Process Simulate Human provides human-centered design tools for performing ergonomic analysis of virtual products and virtual work environments.
Process Simulate Human enables you to size your Jack and Jill human figures to match worker populations, as well as test your designs for multiple factors, including injury risk, user comfort, reachability, line of sight, energy expenditure, fatigue limits and other important human parameters. Using Process Simulate Human facilitates significant cost and time savings by enabling you to improve product quality and process feasibility early in the product lifecycle. In addition, you can seamlessly integrate human factors and ergonomics into the planning, design and validation stages of your product lifecycle. Businesses that use Process Simulate Human gain a significant competitive advantage thanks to classic ergonomics and human factors assessment techniques coupled with the latest visualization and simulation technologies.
Social distancing simulation, good.
However I could not understand why those green trays are taken away?