Dassault Systèmes's Innovation Center will present the latest trends and recommendations at Hamburg's ZAL - Center for Applied Aviation Research at the Innovation Marketplace.
Join us on March 1st to meet other industry experts, with various networking opportunities over lunch.
Virtual commissioning represents one of the most immediate ways that manufacturers can use the virtual twin. Through this approach, engineers can test and validate certain functionalities for real-world commissioning on an accurate, virtual model of a machine or system that was created using the data of that machine or system itself.
Virtual commissioning provides manufacturers with many paths to value. Advantages include reducing the time to full production, removing the need to physically debug systems, and lowering costs through analysis of product system upgrades. Together, they accelerate innovation and help manufacturers make better production decisions.
If you want to reap the full benefits of virtual commissioning, please join us in person on March 1st at ZAL - Center for Applied Aviation Research in Hamburg, Germany.
We look forward to seeing you there!