Digitalization for manufacturing using machine tools
The way to higher productivity with CNC Shopfloor Management Software
Digitalization sustainably changes the production processes. Both machine manufacturers and machine operators can thus flexibly react to the market requirements and increase their productivity. With the Digital Enterprise Suite, Siemens offers an integrated hardware and software portfolio for digital enterprises. As it has been specifically tailored to the requirements arising in the machine tool sector, the CNC Shopfloor Management Software allows the management, analysis and optimization of machine tools – independently of the controller manufacturer.
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On track to higher productivity with CNC Shopfloor Management SoftwareThrough digitalization, machine builders and and machine users can respond more flexibly to market demands – and at the same time boost their productivity. CNC Shopfloor Management Software specifically addresses the requirements in the machine tool domain. It facilitates the management, analysis and optimization of machine tools – independent of the manufacturer of the control system being used.
Digitalization is key for building, operation, and optimization of machine toolsIn the machine tool sector, Siemens offers digitalization solutions from the first idea for a new machine tool through to its operation and permanent optimization. The systematic application of all digitalization options opens up completely new potentials.
The digitalization offer ranges from machine design and engineering to commissioning and service. For the machine operator, the range of digitizing solutions covers the entire value chain, from product development and production planning through to actual production and digital service. Only Siemens provides solutions which can consistently display the real process chains of the machine builder and machine operator as a digital twin in the virtual world.