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9/14/2016

Digital Factory Simulator Mirrors Real Production Environment

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Cenit’s FastSuite Edition 2 digital factory software for smart manufacturing is designed for high efficiency.

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Cenit’s FastSuite Edition 2 digital factory software for smart manufacturing is designed for high efficiency. Based on the mechatronic simulation of resources and components, this universal software platform enables system integrators and manufacturers to emulate a real production environment. As a result, the company says, the software offers maximum performance through the digital mockup of the true shopfloor setting.

The software assists with factory automation tasks, from planning to ongoing operation, which includes a wide range of production technologies. The range of applications extends from transferring engineering data to virtual startup of production systems. The modular structure offers system-specific applications, meaning that automation providers can easily expand and adjust functions as project requirements change, for example.

The software’s scope includes process-driven technology and control packages to provide offline programming, even for sophisticated applications and technologies. CAD data is transferred using standard interfaces like STEP or JT, as well as direct interfaces to NX, CATIA, SolidWorks and others. 

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