, from Dr. Georg Wünsch, machineering

The digital twin in the control cabinet

The digital twin – the real-time simulation model – will accompany every machine from planning to operation. That applies not only to developments at the major players, but also to work processes at mid-size and small enterprises. The latter in particular are hesitant to approach the topic of simulation models.

, from Claudia Zeitler, machineering

The way to the digital twin – a guide to implementation

The digital twin accompanies plants over their entire lifecycle. The common opinion is that the virtual counterpart is only brought to life with the real commissioning of a machine. That doesn't mean, however, that companies cannot benefit much earlier in the development process from the advantages of the digital twin. With the simulation model (also called a digital prototype) as the basis of the digital twin, all development steps can be secured, from the initial planning to the assembly and...

, from Beate Maria Freyer, machineering

An oracle for production – how predictive maintenance can be implemented

Until now a production plant had to fail before it was repaired or defective parts were replaced. Today a fault can be predicted before it even occurs. Predictive maintenance is the new catchphrase that saves an enormous amount of money and can open up new business models.

The packaging industry requires smooth procedures, fast implementation and immediate results. This applies both to the suppliers of packaging machines and to the users of such plants. In order to overcome these challenges, many companies have decided to integrate simulation software such as industrialPhysics from machineering into both the development process and the running operation. Not only that, however: the machineering digital twin now also belongs to the infrastructure in many companies....

, 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 Florian Wegmann

The digital twin – hype or real added value?

Everybody's talking about the digital twin. Everybody wants it, everybody needs it, everybody should get it. But why? Does the digital twin offer genuine added value or is it all just hype that will soon fizzle out? We've taken a closer look:

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