, from Florian Wegmann, machineering

Fluent synchronisation secures successful engineering

The development process in present-day machine and plant construction is largely distinguished by sequential processes. The development starts with the design. Once this is done, the electrical circuit diagram, cables and further connections are added. At the end of it all the automation engineer, who is possibly already overseas at the customer, has to program the controllers and commission the plant. Since all the errors from the preceding development come to the surface in this process, this...

, from Claudia Zeitler, Text & PR

Interview with Dr. Wünsch on the subject of virtual commissioning

There is a lot of potential in virtual commissioning, for example the virtual verification of complex mechatronic systems within the development of the product or plant – in other words before the construction of the real plant has even begun. That saves a great deal of effort in the real commissioning, which is naturally reflected in the costs. Today's virtual commissioning needs to be "thought" further however. It's no longer sufficient to end the verification process with the start of...

, from Beate Freyer, machineering

New approach: Continuous Commissioning in engineering

When you start planning a new machine or plant, the design begins directly with the first drawings. A little later in the process the Electronics Division adds switching models, cables and other connections in the form of CAD data. Right at the end come the plans for the automation and it is at this moment that the team is very often faced with the problem that the various plans don't fit together and cannot be implemented as such. The necessary new or re-planning costs a lot of time and money...

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