The latest release of STAR-CCM+ software includes several features to help organisations enhance and accelerate their ability to digitally simulate and understand how a product will perform in the real world using the digital twin.
EcoStruxure Profit Advisor uses big data analytics to measure the financial performance of an industrial operation in real time, from the equipment asset level of a plant up to the process unit, plant area, plant site and enterprise levels.
The right mobility solution gives the whole organisation the ability to manage the workflow seamlessly and keeps all operational elements connected.
Maplesoft has released MapleSim 2016.2, a system-level modelling and simulation platform used by engineers to reduce development time and gain insight into system behaviour.
Schneider Electric has announced the availability of SimSci SimCentral for Process Utilities, a software platform to manage how processes are engineered across their entire life cycle.
Schneider Electric has launched its RefineryWise software for the oil and gas industry, aiming to transform refinery operations to improve profitability, grow revenue by up to 5% and cut costs by up to 10%.
MMG Ltd, a leading Australian metals, mining and minerals (MMM) company, has selected Schneider Electric's Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) solution to improve asset utilisation and overall equipment effectiveness.
The software can be used to program IDEC's entire line of PLCs.
Seeq Corporation has announced the release of R15, the latest version of Seeq, an application for engineers and operations analysts in process manufacturing to rapidly achieve insights from asset and operations data.
Schneider Electric has announced its first release of SimSci Spiral Suite, a software solution for unified, enterprise supply chain management focused specifically on the mining, minerals and metals (MMM) industries.
Now is not the time for engineering companies in Australia to be 'retiring' experienced design engineers, project engineers, and estimators, as staff attrition will create a greater dependency on software to replace their skills.