DELMIA Communities Week in Review for August 23
Blog: Apriso Blog
Hello and Welcome to the Week in Review! This is the weekly blog post for a one-look overview of what happened in the DELMIA Communities this past week. But there is a lot more than what is below. Visit the communities to see the exchange of information and ideas between members and DELMIA experts.
With eight active communities, you are sure to find at least one to suit your DELMIA interests. Connect with us to exchange and share on the DELMIA Communities.
See you there!
3DLean Customer Success at Valmet
We are pleased to share one of recent customer success stories from Valmet, a great customer that develops and supplies automation for the paper and energy industries).
After seeking a multi-site meeting and collaboration solution Valmet picked DELMIA 3DLean to integrate digital data sources into their operational meetings help digitalization of shop floor practices, deal with remote team challenges from COVID-19 and improve visibility of operations.
Read the case study.
With the COP26 climate strategy gathering scheduled for November 2021 in Glasgow, pressure is mounting on corporations to deliver on their environmental promises. The big question: How? Although the answer will have many parts, one promising strategy applies virtual twins – the same technology that many companies already use to improve their products and processes – to the challenge of sustainability. Compass Magazine examines the potential.
Read the special report.
Improving Sustainability with Virtual Twin Experiences
The process of creating sustainable products and services should be sustainable, too. Discover how companies use Virtual Twin Experiences to perfect all stages of their products via scientifically accurate 3D models. Virtual Twin Experiences save time and materials, guide decision-makers to sustainable choices and eliminate waste and rework, improving both profitability and sustainability.
Watch the video in the Community.
William DEMING and Walter STEWHART, both have been influential in developing Continuous Improvement philosophies.
Supporting manufacturers to continually improve, DELMIA Apriso Visual Quality Defect Tracking (vQDT) speeds up defect reporting and adds powerful visuals to enhance quality reviews and improve Root Cause Analysis. Mark the location of problems on 3D models, CAD drawings or actual photographs and tag with defect codes for later analysis. Enrich your continuous improvement process and reach that next zone of quality control sooner.
Read more in the Community.
The DELMIA Factory Flow Simulation app enables you to create, define and simulate a production system to optimize production performance. You can create a factory flow between several resources such as conveyor, NC machines, and storage resources. Two methods are available to generate a factory flow.
Learn how in the Community.
Thank you for reading and we’ll see you next week! In the meantime, don’t forget to stay up to date with the DELMIA Communities.