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Heavy equipment manufacturers are developing high-performance machinery with new sensor technology and alternative materials. Along with the need to extend the product lifecycle, manufacturers face many challenges: global competition, multi-site manufacturing, compressed development cycles, total-cost-of-ownership reductions, fuel economy, and regulatory emissions standards. These challenges require an integrated set of design, simulation and manufacturing tools that are managed in a unified and integrated environment.
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The pace of digitalization is unprecedented. It's all enabled by digital threads that turn silo data into connected disciplines and processes. These threads form the neural network of a digital twin -- a virtual entity that mirrors the physical world, turning data into insight to continuously design, build and optimize throughout the product and production lifecycle.
Heavy equipment companies cannot afford to miss out on the ongoing innovation wave, which can be characterized by the massive introduction of new capabilities based on digital technologies and by electrification. They must investigate how to upgrade their products, define their future span of activities, and rethink their position in a market that is in full transformation. But to create the necessary bandwidth for such existential considerations, they must secure their daily business by timely delivery of current equipment.
By accelerating equipment design and delivery, Siemens helps OEMs successfully navigate through this complex transition period. Siemens Accelerated Equipment Design solutions offer OEMs a collaborative design environment for multi-disciplinary design to specifically address those challenges that slow down product development and equipment design. These include dealing with many equipment design variants, increased design complexity, regulatory compliance, and disconnected design workflows.
Le secteur de l'équipement lourd a atteint un tournant critique. Les fabricants sont confrontés à d'énormes défis. Ils doivent se conformer aux réglementations en matière d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre et de sécurité de plusieurs gouvernements, tout en intégrant les technologies connectées que les clients exigent.
Les fabricants d'équipements lourds doivent combiner la simulation et les solutions IoT pour créer la prochaine génération de machines. Les solutions de Siemens pour l'ingénierie prédictive des performances intègrent la conception multi-physique, la simulation, les tests et l'analyse des données de terrain dans des flux de travail communs et connectés afin de produire des résultats précis plus rapidement, tout en faisant des économies.
Heavy equipment manufacturing companies must manufacture a totally new generation of machines to address today’s increasing demand for digital technologies, electrification, and specialization. This adds complexity to their heavy equipment manufacturing process, such as more components from more diverse suppliers and a greater degree of customization. To stay in business, they must find a way to deliver this without affecting their margins, thereby additionally challenged by having global operations and an increased mandate to implement a sustainability strategy.
With smart heavy equipment manufacturing capabilities, Siemens helps companies win in the global marketplace by making what their customers demand in an efficient and sustainable way. Siemens Smart Heavy Equipment Manufacturing solutions offer heavy equipment manufacturing companies all the necessary capabilities to achieve zero defect manufacturing everywhere. They can achieve this by optimizing their manufacturing operations and by digitally connecting departments and locations, throughout their organization as well as with suppliers.
Heavy equipment service lifecycle management and analytics on large data from equipment service and operation are trending. OEMs consider equipment service an excellent revenue opportunity during turbulent economic times. Besides, their greater involvement in equipment service is also required to master the exploding complexity in today’s increasingly software-driven and customized machines. But how should OEMs position themselves amidst the current equipment service offer, typically involving dealers and specialized equipment service providers?
Through Siemens Service Lifecycle and Analytics, OEMs can become partners rather than merely vendors, and enrich the equipment service value chain with their unique product knowledge. Equipment service lifecycle management helps OEMs boost overall equipment service efficiency by ensuring service execution consistently happens based on accurate, comprehensive, specific, and up-to-date machine configuration data. Besides, through equipment service lifecycle management and analytics, OEMs can also close the loop between equipment service and design to continuously improve machine performance and to better tune equipment service into the actual need.
Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) has become indispensable for today’s innovative machine design. Heavy equipment development programs have always happened under pressure because of machine complexity, the numerous configurations, and the timebound delivery. Still, many OEMs spend half of their resources on fixing integration problems due to flawed communication between domains and with suppliers. Today, with software, digital innovations and electrification multiplying the interactions between subsystems and with the environment, they can no longer afford that.
With MBSE, they can eliminate all static document-based information exchange between stakeholders from across departments and suppliers. Instead, MBSE helps them drive dynamic collaboration between everyone, based on shared system models and their interactions at the interfaces, while continuously focusing on the overall requirements. In this way, MBSE will help OEMs achieve their design goals faster and dramatically reduce the risk that problems are discovered late, when they are expensive or even impossible to fix.
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Digital Mockup and Virtual/Augmented Reality for the Heavy Equipment Industry enables users to perform form, fit and function studies, as well as conduct design reviews by immersing themselves in the virtual world of the product’s digital twin to view and analyze the 3D model at the proper scale.
Poussé par la nécessité de réduire les émissions et le bruit, le marché des équipements lourds effectue une transition vers des systèmes de propulsion hybrides, électriques et même à hydrogène. Cette évolution a un impact sur toutes les étapes de la chaîne d'approvisionnement. Ces technologies nouvellement déployées dans le secteur des équipements lourds ont un impact important sur le processus d'ingénierie. Définir la conception d'une machine électrifiée la plus optimale est complexe et nécessite que les ingénieurs apprennent et fassent progresser leur expertise dans un nouveau domaine. Cette conception doit également permettre aux utilisateurs finaux dans le domaine de la construction, de l'agriculture ou de l'exploitation minière d'atteindre, voire, de dépasser les niveaux de performance habituels tout en garantissant que la machine respecte les normes plus strictes en matière de bruit et d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre.
Travaillez avec les meilleures solutions de simulation et d'IoT de leur catégorie pour élaborer la prochaine génération de machines. Intégrez la conception multi-physique, la simulation, les tests et l'analyse des données de terrain dans des flux de travail communs et connectés pour produire des résultats précis plus rapidement, grâce à Predictive Performance Engineering de Siemens.
Accelerated Equipment Design helps OEMs address challenges that slow down equipment design, such as dealing with many design variants, increased complexity, regulatory compliance, and disconnected workflows.
Heavy equipment service lifecycle management and data analytics help OEMs become solution partners rather than vendors and gain additional revenue from equipment service, leveraging their unique product knowledge to enrich the equipment service value chain.
MBSE for heavy equipment helps OEMs achieve their design goals faster and reduce the risk for late discovered problems by driving dynamic collaboration between all design stakeholders, based on shared system models and their interactions at the interfaces.
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From agriculture to construction, mining, and material handling, heavy equipment is undergoing a shift in sophistication. This includes enhanced integration with the manufacturing operating environment.
Changing design requirements, from more powerful powertrains to complex load cases and operating conditions, challenge single-discipline simulation and analysis tools. Software-driven product features, functions, and operating systems are becoming more complex, requiring integration with IoT sensors and increased emphasis on software validation and revision management. The integration extends to the manufacturing floor and supply chain, driving the need for increased, closed-loop quality with a focus on operating costs and waste reduction.
Sophistication and interoperability among design, simulation, manufacturing, and service operations, without compromising speed or data integrity, are critical to industry success. Advanced design solutions expand part conceptualization beyond conventional 3D approaches. This allows designers to take advantage of generative design and additive manufacturing methods to create innovative and material-efficient components. Improved analysis capabilities provide electro, hydraulic and mechanical simulation that seamlessly extends to 3D load cases.
A single-source data management system is essential to managing the different forms and data created, while keeping a focus on engineering, manufacturing, and product life BOM. Our solutions for the heavy equipment industry help you excel in challenging and dynamic environments and deliver innovative products while decreasing the total cost of ownership.