Industrial Simulation Use Cases: How Simulation Software Benefits Manufacturers' Operations

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 17 Dec 2019
Code: AN-5255
Research Type: Research Report
Pages: 11
Industrial Simulation Use Cases: How Simulation Software Benefits Manufacturers' Operations
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Provides an appreciation of the potential benefits from deploying simulation software.
  • Identify opportunities for simulation software in a variety of vertical markets.
  • Understand which suppliers are active in this market and the benefits they have delivered.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What is the purpose of simulation software?
  • What types of activities have been simulated?
  • What impact can an investment in simulation software have on a firm’s operations?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • 10 use cases of simulation software each outlining the nature of the problem, the supplier chosen to solve it and the impact of investing in the software.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Practitioners to find out what simulation software can deliver.
  • Software suppliers to identify where the solutions have been implemented and its impact.
  • System integrators to understand the role of simulation software and whether it should be considered for projects going forward.

Table of Contents



2.1. Reasons to Deploy Simulation Software


3.1. Production of the Airbus A350 Reinforced by AnyLogic
3.2. Covestro Modeling the Flow of Chemicals with Aveva
3.3. Electrolux Streamlining Production Line with Siemens
3.4. Fluor Ensures Compliance Using AspenTech
3.5. General Dynamics NASSCO Models Shipyards with AnyLogic
3.6. Globe Trailers Accelerates Product Development with Dassault Systèmes
3.7. Maxiforja Partners with Siemens to Digitize Its Factory
3.8. Nissan Enlists Simio Software in Its Factory in Barcelona
3.9. Plexus Uses SIMUL8 to Assist a Beverage Dispenser
3.10. Tag Heuer Porsche Formula E Team Uses Ansys to Simulate Its Powertrain