|Rapid Emulation Development for a Demonstration Work Cell – Mati Chessin, The Dennis Group
This presentation will describe a recent digital twin modeling effort to replicate a combined manual/robotic demonstration loop. In only a week, we had to skin a 6-axis robot, connect to two PLCs, manage giant CAD files, coordinate between three companies, and debug code, all while system details were changing daily.Creating Unique & Interesting Digital Twins, Emulations, and Hybrid Simulation/ Emulation Models – Sheldon Smith, Haskell
This presentation will present several case studies showing how Haskell has created emulation models that are unique in their functionality. Examples will include integration of vehicles similar to MagneMotion’s independent cart technology, one-way digital twins that recreate a digital representation of an existing system, and emulation models that utilize predictive line control to maximize throughput with a sub-optimal design.
Using Emulate3D Technology at Infinity MEC – Doug Wegner, Infinity MEC
This presentation starts with importing 2D CAD of the system layout and goes all the way to connecting PLCs to the model for controls testing with Emulate3D. It’s a “soup to nuts” account of how Infinity MEC gets value from their workflow and how it also produces significant benefits for their customers.
Creating a Flexible Demo3D Catalog for FlexMove/Dorner – Alec Poulton, Glenvern
This presentation shows how Demo3D is being used to incorporate customer CAD and Demo3D functionality to provide a unique conveyor building environment for quoting, visualisation and simulation. It will discuss how Demo3D is being used to improve that process and reduce errors in sales proposals.
Simulation and Emulation through the Plant Development Cycle – Steffen Hertling, Simplan
This presentation will use a selection of application examples to demonstrate the effectiveness of Emulate3D technology throughout the development cycle in plant engineering. It covers high-level simulation and emulation applications in different fields.
Optimizing Simulation Models With High Load Counts – Donald Montgomery, Haskell
This presentation will show users multiple ways to simulate systems that contain tens of thousands of loads. Haskell has developed tools to capture every single load as it moves through the simulation for more accurate results for improving design and testing controls logic.