Integrated Machine Building, Design and Simulation
Intelligent Performance Engineering responds to the challenges machine builders face today.
Multi-physics simulation ensures greater reliability for more complex machines.
Integrated design and simulation allow for more customizable machines with different variations to meet the needs of every customer.
And closed-loop validation improves the performance of smarter machines with more advanced technology.
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Benefits of Closed-Loop Validation
Closed-loop validation plays a significant role in Intelligent Performance Engineering as one of its three main elements.
By incorporating closed-loop maintenance, machine builders realize significant savings on service maintenance, a reduction in downtime, and an increase in manufacturing output.
All these factors combined lower the overall cost of ownership and help companies compete in a more competitive global environment.
This infographic highlights the importance of closed-loop validation.
Intelligent Performance Engineering and Machine Simulation
Machine simulation has become more important as machines have become more complex with intertwined mechanical, electrical, and automation components.
A more complex machine would typically require longer development times, but instead, those schedules have been shortened.
That’s why testing and simulation is being integrated into the design process.
As a result, machine builders are seeing a reduction in development time, a reduction in controls development time, and cost savings through a reduced number of prototypes.
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