In this webinar, Lionel Broglia, Business Development Manager for System Simulation at Siemens Digital Industries Software, introduces system simulation principles and methodologies that increase machine efficiency and production. System simulation assesses machine performance early in the development cycle, finding the optimum performance attributes, including energy, efficiency and manufacturing rate.
The essential benefits of using model-based systems engineering tools to improve machine productivity include:
- Increasing productivity and energy efficiency.
- Accelerating co-development of multiphysical systems and control strategies.
- Sharing subsystem models and data in the extended enterprise.
- Ensuring machine productivity to maximize output while reducing production cost.
The machine industry requires robust, innovative development techniques to accelerate development time while ensuring performance balance to maximize output while reducing costs. Thus, limiting the reject rate, increasing reliability to in-service time, and improving overall efficiency by reducing energy costs and complying with environmental regulations.
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About our expert:
Lionel Broglia – Business Development Manager for System Simulation, Lionel is involved in multi-domain system simulation since 1999 and has had several positions such as technical sales, account manager, technical marketing, product manager, and now, business. He has a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Polytechnic University Lyon.