Siemens Announces Tecnomatix Process Simulate Collaborate
Digitalize collaboration in Process Simulate with dynamic 3D simulation.
February 28, 2023
Siemens releases Tecnomatix Process Simulate Collaborate, a web-based application designed to maximize productivity on Process Simulate studies. Using 3D simulation and visualization, users can improve collaboration on Process Simulate studies, run workcell simulation, and view studies in a digital environment to perform design, safety and quality reviews.
Built for Process Simulate engineers, line builders, original equipment manufacturers, or system integrators: visualize, review and analyze factory production lines authored in Process Simulate. Whether you are a collaborator or reviewer of studies, input all study data into our cloud application and collaborate in a digital environment with multiple users.
Streamline Digital Collaboration
Allow participants to review studies independently or collaboratively, improving productivity and collaboration through 3D visualization and simulation. Eliminate the manual way of sharing studies and gain a flexible and effective approach to collaborating on Process Simulate studies with multiple people among cross-functional teams.
Join or lead a collaborative environment all from the browser, review studies independently, or observe the presenter’s view alongside colleagues.
Share a Study
Enable seamless sharing, organization and validation of Process Simulate studies. Upload new studies or sort and filter existing studies by various criteria, such as project name or modified date.
Collaborate on a Study
Collaborate on Process Simulate studies with internal or external stakeholders without the need for a Process Simulate application. Inviting stakeholders to collaborate on a study is as simple as creating a unique link and sending it digitally to each stakeholder.
Collect and document Process Simulate study changes independently or in a 3D collaboration environment. More readily put study feedback into action to enable efficient communication and streamline the process of making improvements and implementing necessary changes to the study.
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