Virtual commissioning and operator training with SIMIT
Clever combination: Testing and training of automation projects
Bringing products to the market faster while maintaining the same level of quality requires integrated engineering workflows as well as short changeover and start-up times. The simulation platform SIMIT enables comprehensive tests of automation applications and provides a realistic training environment for operator even before the real startup. This creates opportunities for process optimization and know-how retention which results in reduced commissioning time and significantly shortened time-to-market. Overall this means more efficiency throughout the entire lifecycle of manufacturing and process plants.
SIMIT V10.3 - Optimized interfaces for even more possibilities
Due to the extension of the standard interface including bus synchronization freely selectable simulation tools and any co-simulations can be embedded in SIMIT. This includes products from Siemens as well as those from third party suppliers. The newly designed interface supports the previous standard and thus already coupled simulation models.
Synchronization of acyclic data during communication between simulation and automation environment provides more choice and flexibility: Through the exchange of parameters or messages, the switchover takes place between Hardware-in-the-Loop and the integrated Virtual Controller or SIMATIC S7-PLCSIM Advanced reactionless. These innovations allow even more extensive reuse of existing data for the simulation over the entire system life cycle.
Real-time simulation - a foundation for your digitalization strategy
SIMIT enables comprehensive tests of automation projects as well as the virtual commissioning of systems, machines, and processes on a single platform. In addition, the simulation platform can also be used for realistic training environments to train operating personnel.
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Results of the Simulation Survey 2020
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