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The Digital Twin in the cabinet

Nowadays many producers and operators already rely on the Digital Twin. The virtual copy of the real machine holds multiple benefits for companies, there is just one problem: up to now the digital twin lived in the cloud. A good solution if there wasn’t the security issue. Machinery data is highly delicate, powerful and only updated with some delay. machineering now offers the perfect solution: machineering’s ‘Digital Twin’! The Digital Twin is directly integrated into your cabinet. For producers, the hardware-based digital twin adds value to the company. Finally, machinery data can be hosted, administrated, processed and used within the company’s building: no more fear of a security gap in the VPN, no more insecurity about the real-time capacity of relevant data. All simulations created by the Digital Twin run with the well-known industrialPhysics interface.

Mobile Metrology

Today, due to increasingly shorter production and development times, the inspection of tools, systems and parts directly takes place during the ongoing production. GOM responds to this challenge of industry with mobile and flexible measuring systems that can be used directly on-site of the measuring object.

ATOS Measuring Data for Industry 4.0

The most important measure for optimizing manufacturing processes in tool, pattern and mold making, is quality assurance, involving measurement, control and correction processes. To do so, three-dimensional digitizing of the actual states of finished and semi-finished products, tools and machines has formed the respective basis.

GOM Conference 2017: 3D Metrology is a Driving Force for Industry 4.0

The 13th GOM 3D Metrology Conference focused on digitization. More than 750 metrology experts from over 50 countries shared their experiences in the field of metrological automation solutions and virtual assembly analysis. Further key topics were optical 3D inspection of airfoils and materials testing.

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