Presented by Longterm Technology Services and Siemens Digital Industries 


Small and medium-sized companies around the world are always finding new ways to digitize their products and processes. As a result, the pressure is mounting to make more complex, higher quality products in shorter timeframes. But this situation brings just as many opportunities as it does challenges. No matter what its size, every company always a next step forward when it comes to digitizing its processes 

For that reason, Longterm Technology Services is working with Siemens Digital Industries and global experts to host a series of essential webinars to help companies move their production forward in 2021 and beyond. Whether it’s high-level plant simulation or single-machine concept design, these webinars will give you an inside look at how your company is going to digitize its processes over the next five years.  

Please review the events below to see which webinars might be right for you and your team. We look forward to seeing you! 


Optimizing Your Plant with Digital Twin Technology 

DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 3rd, 2021 

TIME: 10 am – 11 am Eastern

No matter what your size, you can reap huge benefits from simulating the flows of your unique production facility using a digital twin in a virtual environment This webinar will explore how forward-looking companies are using this approach to eliminate bottlenecks, optimize energy usage, and streamline the throughput of their production systems. Attendees will leave this webinar with a clear sense of if, when, and how this plant simulation can help their business take its next step forward.  

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Leaping Forward with Next-Gen Robotic Simulation 

DATE: Thursday, Mar. 4th, 2021 

TIME: 10am – 11 am Eastern

As robotics and automated systems become the new standard in global production, leaders are looking to use these tools in more innovative and efficient ways to gain a competitive edge. This webinar will look at how companies can use modern solutions to engineer and optimize their processes using 3D robotic workcell design, simulation, and offline programming. Attendees will see how to design complete workcells with 3D kinematic models; plan, simulate, and optimize robotic operation path; and program robots and automation completely offline.  

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Virtual Commissioning: The Next Step in Advanced Manufacturing 

DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 10th, 2021 

TIME: 10 am – 11 am Eastern

Around the world and across Canada, companies big and small are using virtual commissioning to reduce real commissioning times by over 50%. But can this really be the case for your company? Attendees will leave this webinar with a clear understanding of the technologies that will help them validate their assembly and production processes in a virtual environment using actual PLC code, which can then be downloaded and used for error-free production. They will also learn how advancements in simulation libraries have expanded access to virtual commissioning from large enterprises to companies of all sizes.    

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Leading the Way in Simulation-Driven Machine and Line Design  

DATE: Friday, Mar. 12th, 2021 

TIME: 10 am – 11 am Eastern

Machine builders and line designers all over the world are constantly finding new ways to improve their products and production systems. This webinar will explore how modern functional models are allowing electrical, mechanical, and automation engineers to work more collaboratively earlier in the design process to shorten time-to-market by as much as 50%. Attendees will leave the webinar with an understanding of how new solutions and approaches can allows these engineers to perform their work concurrently while identifying design issues and validate alternative design concepts much earlier in the development lifecycle.    

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Bringing the Human into Your Process Planning 

DATE: Wednesday, Mar. 17th, 2021 

TIME: 10 am – 11 am Eastern

Humans aren’t always taken into consideration when modelling and planning a production process, but the rewards of doing so can be massive. This webinar will demonstrate how companies can validate the safety of their production processes and increase employee efficiency by more than 30% by incorporating virtual humans into their process simulations. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how to test design and operational aspects of a wide variety of human factors, including injury risk, timing, user comfort, reach-ability, line-of-sight, energy expenditure, fatigue limits, and other important parameters while modelling their production processes.  

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