Simulation Based Design of Manufacturing Systems

Tue, Sep 18, 2018 2:00 PM EDT

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Over the last five years, new industrial companies have emerged to disrupt companies and markets. Consumers continue to pressure manufacturers to create new products faster than ever. It's unlikely that this will ease up, forcing industrial players to adapt to this faster timeline.

Manufacturing systems are changing from low variability, worldwide shipping models to ones that include multiple products, smaller batches, made-to-order models and factories closer to the consumer. As these systems change, their design requires a process that is also newer – one that involves simulation and robotics.

This webcast will explore the different roles and components involved in designing a robotic manufacturing system. In addition, attendees will learn how different designs and engineering changes can be accessed and utilized from a single platform. By collaborating across multiple engineering disciplines in a simulated environment, the manufacturing system can become a reality in the shortest amount of time.

Keith Shaw
Robotics Business Review
Tony Karew
Software Introduction Specialist
Dassault Systemes’ DELMIA brand

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