industrialPhysics

Digital engineering, simulation and augmented reality for machines, production lines design and plant logistics

industrialPhysics is an innovative simulation platform for the digital design and virtual commissioning of complex production machines, lines and plants. By integrating the mechanical, electrical and software engineering it provides substantial benefits, such as the possibility to further optimize the machine sequence planning, immediately verify solutions and reduce costs.

industrialPhysics enables comprehensive engineering from the CAD level to the PLC and robots simulation. It provides the ability to realistically simulate lines and plants and obtain better Throughput and OEE estimates. It enhances communication between the mechanical and the automation design teams effectively reducing risk for complex plants and projects and simplifying commissioning. It provides the possibility to evaluate multiple design solutions and seamlessly explore new ideas and what-if scenarios. Furthermore, industrialPhysics integrates the Augmented Reality features that advance the production processes visualization allowing to effectively engage the design and sales teams with customers.

industrialPhysics is a product of Machineering Gmbh

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Main Benefits

  Reduce risk for complex plants / projects

  Evaluate multiple solutions / implement what-if analysis

  Simulate and visualize production processes

  Get realistic Throughput and OEE estimates

  Optimize machine sequence planning

  Simplify commissioning

  Increase modularization and improve change management


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