Industrial Engineering / Operations Consulting
Process Designer / Process Simulate
PMC leverages advanced, best-in-class Siemens Tecnomatix Process Designer and Process Simulate engineering software, and we integrate them with current and historical data. This allows your organization’s knowledge workers more insight throughout all stages of process development and process verification, in order to make value-added decisions and ultimately maximize program success.
Hierarchical database tools
Process Designer and Process Simulate (PDPS) are hierarchical database tools that link OEM product with Bill of Process (BOP) information and Bill of Equipment (BOE) information in order to create a digital twin of your manufacturing environment. Together, they comprise a ‘single source of truth’ where all process information can be correlated, interrelated and controlled. Siemens Tecnomatix Process Designer and Process Simulate have been in production since 2004, and they are proven, field-tested software that bring value to your company’s supply and value chains.
Benefits of adopting Process Designer and Process Simulate
- Improve manufacturing engineering productivity.
- Increase process quality, commonality and consistency.
- Reduce cost of change with early detection and communication of product design issues.
- Reduce number of physical prototypes with upfront virtual validation.
- Generate and communicate 3D workspace visualizations.
- Advance the application of Industry 4.0.
Process Simulate Human
Creating effective ergonomic studies for your plant’s manufacturing system
Process Simulate Human, built on Siemens industry-leading Jack™ technology, is a human modeling and simulation tool that enables you to improve the ergonomics of your product designs and to refine industrial tasks. This software provides human-centered design tools for performing ergonomic analysis of virtual products and virtual work environments.
Process Simulate Human enables you to size your Jack and Jill human figures to match worker populations, as well as test your designs for multiple factors, including injury risk, user comfort, reachability, line of sight, energy expenditure, fatigue limits and other important human parameters. Using Process Simulate Human facilitates significant cost and time savings by enabling you to improve product quality and process feasibility early in the product lifecycle. In addition, you can seamlessly integrate human factors and ergonomics into the planning, design and validation stages of your product lifecycle. Businesses that use Process Simulate Human gain a significant competitive advantage thanks to classic ergonomics and human factors assessment techniques coupled with the latest visualization and simulation technologies.
A premier human simulation tool for populating your designs with virtual people and performing human factors and ergonomic analysis
Jack™ software is a human modeling and simulation tool that enables you to improve the ergonomics of your product designs and to refine industrial tasks. With its optional toolkits, this software provides human-centered design tools for performing ergonomic analysis of virtual products and virtual work environments.
Jack™ enables you to size your human models to match worker populations, as well as test your designs for multiple factors, including injury risk, user comfort, reachability, line of sight, energy expenditure, fatigue limits and other important human parameters. This software facilitates significant cost and time savings by enabling you to improve product quality and process feasibility early in the product lifecycle.
“Quality Award presented to Production Modeling Corporation for Distinguished Achievements toward Customer Satisfaction as a member of the Plant Simulation Team.”
– North American Automotive OEM
“Your engineering team responded to challenges along the way, and proved to be an excellent source for our [simulation] needs.”
– World leader in Specialty Glass and Ceramics, Senior Process Project Manager
“The abilities of your group to perform numerous studies and analyze the results in short order to support a variety of proposals directly affecting [our activities] have assisted our Senior Management in making the appropriate decisions regarding issues such as, the conversion of delivery methods, development of top-hat processes and storage layouts.”
– North America Automotive OEM, Senior Operations Manager
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