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Industry 4.0 for design engineers

Graham Immerman
July 18, 2017

Design engineers have to stay up to date with technology because efficiency is vital. “By using information transparency and predictive analytics, design engineers can build on and improve their design processes for future products by making the most of relevant data from the manufacturing process.” They can use the safety features Industry 4.0 offers to increase security. Within manufacturing, design engineers can use features such as digital twinning and virtual commissioning in their work. The ability to plan ahead and see the bigger picture can make or break a project, so MachineMetrics is here to give you the efficiency and visibility you need.

Industry 4.0 for design engineersSource: http://www.engineerlive.com

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