Join this e-seminar to learn more on how simulation can be used to solve the contradiction of being innovative and at the same time minimize the development time of new packaging by up to 50%.
Requirements for modern packaging are becoming increasingly diverse. Fast development cycles, low packaging weight, sustainable packaging concepts and compliance with norms and standards are required. In this field of tension, simulation is a crucial tool to provide efficient answers.
This e-seminar will show how simulation can be used to solve the contradiction of being innovative and at the same time minimizing the development time of a new packaging by up to 50%. Simulation methods which enable an acceleration of the development process will be shown in the field of primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. Simulation scenarios in automated production lines are also addressed. This will be underpinned with numerous practical examples. Also discussed are automation options that enable the execution of complex simulations even for non-experts. In addition, it will be shown how digital collaboration with other players in the development and manufacturing process can enable a seamless end-to-end workflow.
The e-seminar will answer questions such as:
The solutions presented are used in a large number of industrial sectors such as fast-moving consumer goods, the automotive and aviation industries and their suppliers, mechanical and industrial engineering and plant construction, high-quality electronic components and devices and medical technology.