ProduktionMaterial flow simulation in planning and operation

With the help of a dynamic process simulation, which displays the complexity and dynamics realistically, the limits of a static examinations can be offset. In doing so already in the run-up the simulation facilitates an otherwise impossible transparency of the existing or planned processes as cause-effect relationships are clearly presented in the simulation model.

Thus very quickly and efficiently bottlenecks can be analysed and optimisation measures deduced, which can then be examined in a simulation model completely risk-free.

This safeguards crucial decisions and inv

estments and differs from the classic method, which is mostly designed for local optimisation.

Your benefit:

  • Improvement and reduction of plant planning
  • Increase in process quality as bottlenecks can already be detected and rectified with suitable measures during the planning phase
  • Optimisation of plant components under realistic conditions
  • Optimisation of the buffer layout in order to uncouple plants and increase throughput and overall availability
  • Risk-free analysis of improvement measures
  • Virtual plant commissioning (Emulation)

Further information

Article: Use of simulation for production planning and optimisation in solar industry

Info sheet: Production

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