Intelligent Performance Engineering reduces manufacturing and machine design complexity

Intelligent Performance Engineering (IPE) provides competitive edge solutions for machinery design. The industrial machinery industry is driving the demand for highly intelligent, flexible, configurable and automated industrial machinery equipment. To comply, companies must develop new design practices to keep up with growing machine complexities.  

Bill Butcher
Bill Butcher, Senior Marketing Manager of Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment Industry at Siemens.

In a recent webinar, Frans Adamowicz, Solutions Director for Industrial Machinery for Siemens Digital Industries Software, and Bill Butcher, Senior Marketing Manager for the Siemens Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment Industry, discuss how global factories and plants use digital transformation to innovate the response to dynamic customer demands, and the need to adopt new technologies to stay in step with global competition. 

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IPE provides information sharing between design teams, analysts, production test teams, and service engineers, all connected via a digital thread for process automation. Therefore, teams can evaluate the capabilities and limitations of product variations most efficiently. An intelligent performance engineering solution focuses on improvements in simulation, design and connectivity for machine builders.

Frans Adamowicz
Frans Adamowicz, Solutions Director for Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment Industry at Siemens.

Developing industrial machines requires an ideal balance between productivity, accuracy, reliability, and efficiency. Doing all that digitally assist in innovating more effectively with higher quality machines than the competitors.

This webinar discusses the value of the Intelligent Performance Engineering solution in detail while focusing on three differentiators:

  • Multi-physics simulation – Multidisciplinary collaboration and simulation across a wide range of physics and disciplines is crucial to improving smart machine performance.
  • Integrated design and simulation – Designers and simulation engineers use a design concept model across tools while keeping simulation data in sync with the design.
  • Closed-loop validation – Closed-loop processes validate simulations to capture and validate the relationships between requirements

Siemens software

Siemens Digital Industries Software drives the transformation to enable a digital enterprise where engineering, manufacturing and electronics design meet tomorrow.

Xcelerator, the comprehensive and integrated portfolio of software and services from Siemens Digital Industries Software, helps companies of all sizes create and leverage a complete digital twin that provides organizations with new insights, opportunities, and automation levels to drive innovation.

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About our experts:
Frans Adamowicz
, Solutions Director for Industrial Machinery, Siemens Digital Industries Software, is responsible for supporting the Industry Lead in delivering key strategic initiatives, solutions and global business development. As part of the industries team he is responsible for identifying key initiatives and developing solutions for the industry while working closely with industry leading customers and providing thought leadership on new and emerging issues faced by the machinery industry.

Bill Butcher, Senior Marketing Manager for the Siemens Industrial Machinery and Heavy Equipment Industry, is responsible for delivering strategic marketing content including campaign strategy, go-to-market messaging and digital inbound content that communicates the value of the Siemen’s Digital Industries Software portfolio.

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