Date: Friday, Mar. 12th, 2021
Time: 10 am – 11 am Eastern Time
Tengyuan Zhang, Director of R&D and Commercialization at LTS
Jeethan Tellis, Solutions Consultant at Siemens PLM Software
Machine builders and line designers are constantly finding new ways to improve their products and production systems. But while these efforts create new opportunities for some, they also create challenges for companies struggling to keep up.
That’s why the team at Longterm Technology Services has partnered with Siemens Digital Industries to host a webinar on Friday, March 12th for companies thinking about their next step in line and/or mechatronics design. The webinar will explore how modern forms of simulation and virtual commissioning are slashing production timelines by a minimum of 25%, taking the risk out of line and machine commissioning, and increasing product quality and profits in the process. It will also discuss how the use of physics-based simulation to fully understand how a product or process will behave in the real world.
The webinar will focus specifically on how companies can use virtual commissioning to analyze, test, and optimize their lines and machines in a 3D environment using actual PLC code, which can then be downloaded into real-world machines for error- and collision-free commissioning.
Webinar participants will see and discuss examples of how this approach:
- -Allows electrical, mechanical, and automation engineers to perform their work at the same time to shorten time-to-market
- -Creates a seamless transition from simulation to reality by using physics-based modelling identifies design issues and validates alternative design concepts much earlier in the development lifecycle
- -Eliminates collisions and errors at the time of real-world commissioning
- -Saves significant amounts of time and money while increasing the ability to innovate
Simply put, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for companies that don’t use this approach to compete with those that do, since all machine crashes and production system occur virtually rather than on real-world machines.
Is this Technology Really a Game-Changer for Your Company?
The best way to answer this question is to see the software in action and to ask the questions that matter most to you. That’s why the team at Longterm Technology Services is hosting a one-hour webinar on Friday, March 12th to provide you with everything you need to determine if and how line design and mechatronics virtual commissioning can move your company forward.