Digital Factory solution for smart manufacturing

  • 06-Sep-2016 06:31 EDT
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With FASTSUITE Edition 2, CENIT (Auburn Hills, MI) provides an efficient Digital Factory solution for smart manufacturing. The latest generation of CENITs’ universal software platform, which is based on the mechatronic simulation of resources and components, enables systems integrators and manufacturers to emulate a real production environment. As a result, the software offers maximum performance through the digital mock-up of the true shop floor setting. FASTSUITE Edition 2 assists with factory automation tasks, from planning to ongoing operation—which includes a wide range of production technologies. According to CENIT, all the technologies and functions interact seamlessly and complement each other in a single, innovative user interface with a standardized data model. For more information, visit www.fastsuite.com.

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