ABB and CORYS Partner to Develop Digital Twins

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By Michael Larner | 1Q 2021 | IN-6026


Companies Are Combining Their Simulation Expertise


Swiss industrial automation and robotics companies ABB and CORYS (a supplier of simulators employed for training staff and augmenting engineering processes) have signed a strategic partnership to combine their expertise in digital twin modeling and simulation technology in order to support firms in the energy and process manufacturing sectors. The companies will utilize ABB’s Ability 800xA Simulator, which develops digital replicas of a plant’s control system, and CORYS’s high-fidelity Indiss Plus process modeling simulator, which is used to accurately reflect process behavior during both normal and transient periods.

Process manufacturers and energy producers need to ensure their facilities are both safe and running at optimal performance. Digital twins and simulation software help firms to identify issues, evaluate options to rectify them, and then use simulators to train staff on how the changes need to be implemented.

Both Firms Are Key Suppliers to the Sectors


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