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Get new product ideas to market faster and drive innovation with intelligent performance engineering

Siemens’ Intelligent Performance Engineering (IPE) solution helps industrial machine manufacturers go from design to commissioning and beyond. With Intelligent Performance Engineering, companies are better able to simulate and validate innovative solutions throughout the product lifecycle. It provides a single thread of information to optimize processes and improve collaboration across teams, including key performance data from operational machines that can be leveraged through the Internet of Things to offer greater product insight and further improve future designs. Download our infographic to learn more.

Benefits of simulation-driven design

Multi-Physics Simulation: Balance multi-attribute engineering by bringing together a wide range of physics disciplines under one umbrella. Capture complexities and address multiple needs simultaneously, study phenomena across physics domains.

Integrated Design and Simulation: Design to commissioning and beyond by connecting designers and simulation engineers to the same models in one system. Keep simulation data in sync with design to increase efficiency and collaboration.

Closed-Loop Validation: Validate simulation through testing by leveraging the IoT to validate the simulation by capturing the data from the field and using it as input to test the relationships between requirements, functional layout, logical implementation, and physical implementation to improve engineering and design.

What is Intelligent Performance Engineering (IPE)?

Intelligent Performance Engineering is a comprehensive digital thread designed to help industrial machine manufacturers manage the complexities of building the next generation of machines with lower cost and risk. The digital thread connects teams to the same digital environment, allowing designers and engineers to collaborate more efficiently. Design, simulation, and validation run simultaneously, reducing your time to market and development costs. Download our infographic to learn more.

Siemens’ Intelligent Performance Engineering (IPE) solution helps industrial machine manufacturers go from design to commissioning and beyond. With Intelligent Performance Engineering, companies are better able to simulate and validate innovative solutions throughout the product lifecycle. It provides a single thread of information to optimize processes and improve collaboration across teams, including key performance data from operational machines that can be leveraged through the Internet of Things to offer greater product insight and further improve future designs. Download our infographic to learn more.

Benefits of simulation-driven design

Multi-Physics Simulation: Balance multi-attribute engineering by bringing together a wide range of physics disciplines under one umbrella. Capture complexities and address multiple needs simultaneously, study phenomena across physics domains.

Integrated Design and Simulation: Design to commissioning and beyond by connecting designers and simulation engineers to the same models in one system. Keep simulation data in sync with design to increase efficiency and collaboration.

Closed-Loop Validation: Validate simulation through testing by leveraging the IoT to validate the simulation by capturing the data from the field and using it as input to test the relationships between requirements, functional layout, logical implementation, and physical implementation to improve engineering and design.

What is Intelligent Performance Engineering (IPE)?

Intelligent Performance Engineering is a comprehensive digital thread designed to help industrial machine manufacturers manage the complexities of building the next generation of machines with lower cost and risk. The digital thread connects teams to the same digital environment, allowing designers and engineers to collaborate more efficiently. Design, simulation, and validation run simultaneously, reducing your time to market and development costs. Download our infographic to learn more.