Is your company „intelligently integrated“ already? Using the this year’s guiding theme of the DIGITAL FACTORY at Hanover Fair, Dassault Systèmes and WestRock, a worldwide leading packaging company, presented how companies can practically implement Industry 4.0.
We hope you experienced how customer insight analysis and intelligent integration of engineering, product development and manufacturing are leading the way towards innovative packaging and smart packaging machines. The link across the entire business processes is a tremendous time saving that cuts up to 60% of the time out of this process.
Visitors at our booth could gain a deeper understanding about intelligent integration and experience live that it is much more than just automated production within a smart factory. A best-practice example for innovative packaging from concept to retail shelf became 'touchable'. The demo stations explained the full scope - from gathering insights and resulting specifications; design and simulation of packaging; resource optimization and manufacturing to solutions for digital factories or production of lot size 1 as well as logistics.
Thank you for visiting us at Hannover Messe 2017!
« The customers' expectations for individualized products and the number of variants that come with it challenge manufacturers across all industries. At Hannover Messe 2017 we will show solutions for agile manufacturing models. Intelligent integration is much more than just automated production within a smart factory. It rather means systematic and optimized use of digitization potential along the entire value chain. »Andreas Barth Managing Director Eurocentral, Dassault Systèmes
Consider the needs of customers
Making complex matters producible
More than just look & feel
material consumption, product simulation and process
Virtual and real world connect
Collaboration between branded product manufacturers and mechanical en
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Integration into existing systems
More than the sum of the parts
Additive manufacturing: a concrete example
A virtual model can show more than just geometry
Make more of existing data
Silo-busting in the process chain
Assembly instructions and reconfiguration during operation
Know what matters before setting off to see the customer
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