- Digital twin of the machine, the workpiece, and the controller available in an end-to-end offering on Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace
- Siemens underscores its technology leadership in combining the real world with the digital world
- Less scrap and avoidance of machine damage
- Up to 40 percent faster production ramp-up of the machine
The technology company
Siemens, an innovation leader in automation and digitalization, and DMG MORI, a
leading global supplier of cutting-edge machine tools for turning, milling, and
grinding as well as for additive manufacturing, are presenting the first end-to-end
digital twin for machine tool machining on Siemens Xcelerator. Based on the
Digital Native CNC Sinumerik One, the offering includes the digital twin of the
controller, the customer-specific DMG MORI machine tool, and the workpiece and
is available now on Siemens Xcelerator Marketplace.
Under the motto "Accelerate transformation for a sustainable tomorrow", Siemens will be presenting at this year's EMO how companies in the machine tool industry can master current challenges, such as the increasing need for energy efficiency and sustainability, while at the same time meeting the demand for high-quality, affordable, and individualized products.
The key to meeting these challenges - building on automation - lies in digitalization and the resulting data transparency. Only a digital enterprise is able to connect the real world with the digital world and make the right decisions using smart software tools in order to produce flexibly, quickly and sustainably.
You can experience the Siemens solutions and meet with the experts in
person at the EMO exhibition booth (Hall 9, G54) in Hannover.
- Sinumerik Ctrl-E in V6.22 with new functions for evaluating and reducing energy consumption
- Flexible HMI portfolio for multifunctional machine tools
- Perfect compatibility in use and programming for easy integration into the existing machine fleet
At this year's EMO, Siemens is expanding its range of products and services with the "Digital Native" CNC Sinumerik One. The new CNC generation from Siemens, which was launched on the market in 2019, comes with numerous innovations in software and hardware. With the new Sinumerik software version V6.22, there are new technology functions for the Sinumerik One that increase transparency in the machine, simplify operation, reduce machine wear, and increase performance. This leads to the optimal use of available resources, for example by reducing scrap and repairs. It also helps to increase machine productivity by minimizing idle and production times, for example.
- CNC digitalization portfolio Machinum is integral part of Siemens Xcelerator with focus on parts manufacturing
- Analyze and optimize machine tools with Machinum
- Make digital transformation easier, faster and scalable with Siemens Xcelerator
Under the motto "Accelerate transformation for a sustainable tomorrow", Siemens will
be presenting at this year's EMO how companies in the machine tool industry can meet
energy efficiency and sustainability requirements while at the same time meeting the
demand for high-quality, affordable, and individualized products.
- In a pilot project, Siemens is combining its Sigreen emissions management software with BayWa Carbon Connect, BayWa’s software for emissions offsetting
- The real carbon footprint of products is made transparent across the supply chain, from emission generation and reduction to offsetting
- In an initial use case, Siemens is offsetting the carbon emissions of selected products of the Simatic S7-1500 family at the Electronics Works Amberg for the duration of the project
The technology company Siemens and BayWa AG are working together to advance CO2-optimized industrial production. As part of a pilot project, the two companies are combining Sigreen, Siemens’ software for emissions management, with BayWa Carbon Connect, BayWa’s software for emissions offsetting.
- Industrial Connectivity Lab opens at the Erlangen site
- Test environment for industrial connectivity technologies
- 5G, WLAN, RTLS, and RFID: Users test application scenarios and interoperability in industrial conditions
The technology company Siemens has opened a new test laboratory for industrial connectivity technologies at its Erlangen site. Embedded in the Siemens Technology Center on the Erlangen campus, the Industrial Connectivity Lab offers 300 square meters of space for extensive testing of any connectivity solution in industrial environments: Industrial WLAN, 5G, real-time localization systems (RTLS), and radio frequency identification (RFID).
- Collaboration to make industrial robotics more accessible and usable for manufacturing SMEs
- Exploration of new solutions to advance interoperability and more efficient interfaces between automation and robotics systems to address existing hurdles and cost drivers
- Solutions to speed up the development process for flexible work cells and facilitate their operation
Intrinsic, an Alphabet
company, and Siemens have teamed up to explore integrations and interfaces
between Intrinsic’s robotics software, which is designed for easy use of
AI-based capabilities, and Siemens Digital Industries with their open and
interoperable portfolio for automating and operating industrial production.
- Lighter, faster and more efficient aircrafts are needed to reduce emissions in aviation
- By leveraging Siemens Xcelerator – our open, digital business platform – companies achieve digital transformation easy, fast, and at scale
- With SINUMERIK ONE, our digital native CNC, aerospace manufacturers can take high-end part manufacturing to the next level
Aerospace industry has many challenges ahead:
cost pressure, changing market conditions, and society’s demand for sustainable
mobility. Automation and digitalization are helping airplane
manufacturers to take up these challenges and reach climate targets like ‘Fly
Net Zero’. Therefore, Siemens offers a wide range of solutions for aviation
along the entire value chain – from the concept and design until an aircraft is
ready for take-off and through end of service. Siemens portfolio consists
of design and simulation software, manufacturing automation and management,
robotics, composite solutions, intelligent building automation management
systems and lifecycle management software.
- Siemens Xcelerator portfolio used to develop the digital twin of the next generation of Maeve’s zero-emissions, all-electric aircraft
- Maeve 01 aircraft enables 44+ passengers to travel in a range over 250 nautical miles at significantly lower energy consumption compared to the previous generation
- Latest design aircraft reduces operating economics by 30% compared to existing turboprops
Siemens Digital Industries Software today announced
Maeve Aerospace B.V. has adopted the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio of industry
software and services to aid in the development of Maeve 01 – its next-generation,
zero emissions all-electric passenger aircraft. Unveiled at the Paris Air Show,
Maeve 01 enables 44+ passengers to travel in a range of 250nmi with zero
integrated solutions provide customers with real-time visibility into global
component availability, demand, cost and compliance data
with integration of the Supplyframe DSI platform with Siemens’ Xpedition software
for electronics systems design
Siemens Digital Industries Software today announced that it is integrating the
Supplyframe™ Design-to-Source Intelligence platform with its Siemens Xcelerator
portfolio of software and services to bring robust real-time supply chain intelligence
to the world’s most comprehensive digital twin technology.