3D Digital Twin

3D Digital Twins are powerful masterminds to drive innovation and performance.


Instead of commissioning a new system or robot cell in the physical world, virtual commissioning involves creating a digital twin and then testing and verifying the model in a simulated virtual environment.
 

Simulation statistics are created, modified, and visualized on the statistics dashboard. 

The dashboard helps to visualize the dynamics of the production line, identify bottlenecks, and evaluate changes to production performance. 

 

When more in-depth analysis is required, simulation data can be easily exported and processed with the use of AI - Machine Learning technology.

 

Virtual Reality (VR) allows users to immerse themselves in the environment of the 3D DigitalTwin.

Virtual Commissioning

 

The design and implementation of a new production solution is often a time-consuming and costly process.

Once the design is finalized and the equipment is installed, there’s one more phase to complete before production handover commissioning. This is where controls are integrated, bugs are found and fixed, procedures are written and operators are trained on new equipment, new processes or revised procedures.This phase is challenging to plan and overruns frequently, which delays production and can result in late shipments and even lost business.

Digital twins can be used for a wide range of purposes, including design adjustments and diagnostics. Additionally, because they’re accurate representations of physical assets, they can also be utilized to streamline and optimize the commissioning phase.

 

Instead of commissioning a new system or robot cell in the physical world, virtual commissioning involves creating a digital twin and then testing and verifying the model in a simulated virtual environment.

 

This enables:

  • Code testing and debugging in a virtual environment

  • The simulation of equipment operation, identification of possible problems and the quick evaluation of alternative solutions

  • The simulation of robot cell operation

  • The development of operating procedures

  • The training of supervisors and equipment operators

  • The simulation of the impact of new machinery on the existing operation to identify choke points and space constraints so they can be addressed before installation

The potential benefits of digital twin applications are compelling: improved efficiency, better product quality, shorter unplanned downtime, and reduced start-up times, to name a few.

 

Digital twins can be applied from initial factory planning and design to commissioning and maintenance, giving them value throughout the production lifecycle.

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