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Siemens Plant Simulation
Tecnomatix Plant Simulation is a discrete event simulation tool that helps you to create digital models of logistic systems (e.g. production), so that you can explore the systems’ characteristics and optimize their performance. These digital models allow you to run experiments and what-if scenarios without disturbing existing production systems or – when used in the planning process – long before the real production systems are installed. Extensive analysis tools, such as bottleneck analysis, statistics and charts let you evaluate different manufacturing scenarios. The results provide you with the information needed to make fast, reliable decisions in the early stages of production planning.
In times of increasing cost and time pressures in production, along with ongoing globalization, logistics has become a key factor in the success of a company. Money can be lost daily through inefficient schedules, local instead of global optimization, inefficient resource allocation, and poor productivity. The need to deliver just-in-time (JIT) / just-in-sequence (JIS), introduce Kanban, plan and build new production lines and manage global production networks requires objective decision criteria to help management evaluate and compare alternative approaches.
Key Capabilities and Benefits of Plant Simulation
- Object-oriented models with hierarchy and inheritance
- Open architecture with multiple interface support
- Library and object management
- Genetics algorithm for optimization
- Energy consumption simulation and analysis
- Value stream mapping and simulation
- Automatic analysis of simulation results
- HTML-based report builder
- Case Study: Pitfalls of Simulation Modeling and How to Avoid Them by Using a Robust Simulation Methodology
- Case Study: Proper Management Techniques are Keys to a Successful Simulation Project
- Case Study: Simulation Methodology — A Practitioner’s Perspective
- Brochure: Plant Simulation
- Case Study: Steel Plant Simulation
- White Paper: A Uniform Methodology for Discrete-event and Robotic Simulation.
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